Leading Senate Republican Finally Stands up for Trump Encouraging Him to ‘Not Concede’ and ‘Fight Back’ Against Alleged Voter Fraud

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman and respected Republican Senator Lindsay Graham has been one of the first longtime Republican lawmakers to fully support President Donald Trump’s claim of fraud in the ongoing push to certify a president from the Nov 3 election.

Trump has continued his pre-election assertion that there was cheating on the part of those who don’t want to seem him installed for a second term in the Oval Office. Trump announced months ago when the idea of mail-in voting came to the surface amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, that there would be a massive vulnerability for fraud in a very delicate electoral system.

Once tales of ballot harvesting (if you don’t know what that is, go to duckduckgo.com and look it up, it’ll raise your hackles) backdating and even just the destruction of legitimate ballots by Democrats working the polls, left many, especially Trump, with an indignant reaction to the media’s interpretation of the election results.

Graham spoke to Fox News host Maria Bartiromo her show, “Sunday Morning Futures,” where he talked not just about his new reelection, but what the country is dealing with in its “contested” presidential election. Graham reiterated what many have been reminding Americans of, that “the media doesn’t decide who becomes president.”

“If they did, you would never have a Republican president forever,” Graham added. “So we’re discounting them.”

“So, what happened?” Graham continued. “The Trump team has canvassed all early voters and absentee mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania and they found over 100 people they think are dead, but 15 people that we verified to have been dead, who voted. But here’s the one that gets me: Six people registered after they died and voted. In Pennsylvania, I guess you’re never out of it.”

“If Republicans don’t challenge and change the U.S. election system, there’ll never be another Republican president elected again,” Graham warned, adding, “President Trump should not concede.”

“We’re down to less [than] 10,000 votes in Georgia,” Graham explained. “He’s going to win North Carolina. We’ve gone from 93,000 votes to less than 20,000 votes in Arizona, [with] more votes to be counted.” The Senate committee chairman referencing alleged “system failure” in the vote-counting programs that caused Michigan to misappropriate thousands of votes toward Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden that should have gone toward Trump.

“Keep fighting for every legal and live vote,” Graham admonished.

“I want Pennsylvania to explain to the American people how six people after they die, can register and vote in Pennsylvania. I want the computer systems in Michigan that flip votes from Republicans to Democrats to be looked at—and the software was used all over the country.

“There’s a lot of shenanigans going on here. If I were President Trump, I would take all this to court, I’d fight back, and from a Republican point of view, mail-in balloting is a nightmare for us. The post office is now the new election center. It’s the wild, wild West when it comes to mail-in balloting. Everything we worried about has come true. So if we don’t fight back in 2020, we’re never going to win again presidentially. A lot’s at stake here.”

While the mainstream media, including the once loved by conservatives, Fox News Network, has all but forgotten about the 2000 election when former Vice President Al Gore was declared victor or really any time that they’ve called an election for someone who had a questionable margin, just to find out later that they had spoken too soon.

Conservatives are furious with some of the networks that appear to be in the DNC’s back pocket, not allowing for the well-established rule that would offer a chance for a recount and even extended litigation.

The Trump campaign has already launched lawsuits in multiple states and legal action from at least one Supreme Court justice has already been enacted. But don’t let yourself be confused with the facts, no doubt the media has this under control.