President Donald Trump’s chances at becoming president seem to be quickly narrowing, as his legal team has yet to secure a victory sufficiently significant to overturn the number of votes required for an election win. All along, the mainstream media has been dismissing the Trump team’s claims as “baseless” — and the team’s recent break with attorney Sidney Powell didn’t help his case.
Many high-profile conservatives are still holding out hope, but Trump ally and legendary conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh expressed disappointment Monday as he told his listeners that Trump’s legal team “promised blockbuster stuff” but, so far, has failed to deliver.
“Just not good”
Limbaugh referenced a recent press conference held by former Trump attorney and former mayor Rudy Giuliani, Texas attorney Sidney Powell and Trump attorney Jenna Ellis in which they made numerous, confident claims that they have the evidence to turn over the election in Trump’s favor, the Washington Examiner reported.
“If you’re gonna do a press conference like that with the promise of blockbusters, then there has to be something more than what that press conference delivered,” Limbaugh said.
“They promised blockbuster stuff, and then nothing happened. And that’s just not good,” he added.
The conservative talk radio host also took a jab at the Trump campaign for the Sunday night memo they released which distanced Powell from any official capacity on the Trump legal team.
Limbaugh pointed out that it was a “tough thing to deny she was ever part of it because they introduced her as a part of it.”
Limbaugh also analyzed Powell’s claims that a communist-backed group with origins in Venezuela were complicit in helping Democrats rig the presidential election.
Though Powell has held the alleged evidence close to her chest, she has mentioned that part of her proof is sworn testimony from expert hackers who can attest to her claims that the Dominion software used in the voting machines in several swing states was purposely compromised.
Limbaugh told his audience that Powell’s claims will require more than “a hacker who can tell us, ‘Yep, everything these guys have said is true. I’ve looked into it, I’ve run the software, I’ve hacked this, I’ve hacked that.'”
The radio host stressed that he is someone who is urging calm and patience as the matter unfolds, as proper court cases — especially ones that would potentially expose one of the greatest crimes in American history — need time and resources to be assembled. Nevertheless, he said that Trump’s lawyers are short on time.
Hopefully Powell and others who are still working on behalf of Trump will manage to come through on the promise to “release the Kraken” and turn the tides of the 2020 election. Nonetheless, Limbaugh is exactly right when he said, “time is of the essence as it is speedily vanishing.”