President Trump Tells Pennsylvania Hearing That He’s NOT Finished Fighting For Fair Election

( President Donald Trump spoke at an election fraud hearing in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, appearing over the telephone to tell an audience that he wasn’t finished fighting for a fair election. The president made a last-minute appearance at the event, hosted by Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, where dozens of witnesses came forward to describe the election interference and fraud they witnesses.

It was initially reported that President Trump would attend the hearing in person, but soon after it was revealed the president’s trip was canceled after Giuliani was exposed to another person who tested positive for COVID-19.

Speaking over the phone, President Trump told everyone in the room that they were “fantastic people” and “great patriots.”

President Trump made similar claims to the witnesses who appeared at the hearing, saying that voting irregularities compromised the election. He also said it was important to challenge the results now, rather than waiting another four years.

“It would be easy for me to say, ‘Oh let’s worry about four years from now,’” he said. “No. This election was lost by the Democrats, they cheated, it was a fraudulent election.”

Suddenly the reports from the media that the president had conceded don’t ring so true, do they?

“This was an election that we won easily, we won it by a lot,” the president added. “This election was rigged, and we can’t let that happen. We can’t let that happen for our country.”

The president also said that his lawyers have enough evidence to change the national result of the election, and said it was now just a matter of making sure judges hear the evidence.

“We have to turn the election over, because there’s no doubt we have all the evidence, we have all the affidavits, we have everything,” the president said. “All we need is to have some judge listen to it properly without having a political opinion or having another kind of a problem, because we have everything and, by the way, the evidence is pouring in now as we speak.”

As it stands, Joe Biden is predicted to win 306 electoral votes – the same number of votes the president received in 2016 when he won the presidency.

During the Pennsylvania hearing, attorney Jenna Ellis reminded the state legislature that it is their responsibility to appoint electors, and that they have the power to appoint electors who would vote for President Donald Trump if they believe the evidence of voter fraud is compelling.

And from the sounds of it…they do.