President Donald Trump's legal team has filed two lawsuits – federal and state – against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger after a confidential conference call with the president was leaked to leftist media outlets, a report said.
The lawsuits were filed after Raffensperger secretly recorded the “confidential settlement discussion” of litigation that is still pending, the Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday, citing Georgia Republican Party chairman David Shafer.
To the surprise of no one, leftist Democrats and their comrades in the corporate media framed the call as Trump somehow making a demand for votes. Some on the Left even called for another impeachment.
After listening to the full audio of the call, Raheem Kassam of The National Pulse noted: "Despite the partisan framing from The Washington Post – that the call somehow reflected Trump making demands for votes from his Republican colleagues – the President actually does no such thing. Throughout the call, the President makes clear that his calls are for election transparency, full and transparent audits, and public access. At no point does the President imply he wants votes invented or confected, as the establishment media is portraying. He even offers to recuse himself from parts of the conversation and ends by asking for 'the truth… it’s just that simple.'
It was not even close to the “pressure”-filled call as the Washington Post reported it, Kassam note: "The President went out of his way over 62 mins to go through details, obstruction, and continuously be sure that he was looking for accuracy, transparency, and public access."