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Should There Be More Americans Like Rusty Bowers?

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Yes, definitely. 

He refused to succumb to a months-long pressure campaign by former President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 election.  Bowers told the House committee investigating Jan. 6 that “I do not want to be a winner by cheating.”  

According to Bowers, Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani phoned him shortly after the 2020 election and together urged him to initiate a process in the Arizona state Legislature meant to “remove the electors of President Biden and replace them” with electors loyal to Trump.

But neither Trump nor anyone around him ever provided Bowers with evidence to support their claim that Trump had lost Arizona because of fraudulent votes.

“We’ve got lots of theories, but we don’t have the evidence,” Giuliani ultimately admitted, according to Bowers, after Bowers repeatedly pressed for details about what Giuliani alleged were hundreds of thousands of ballots cast by undocumented immigrants and dead people.

Absent such evidence, Bowers said he told Trump, Giuliani, and others that he would not “do something that is counter to [the] oath that I swore to the Constitution” — yet they continued to push him anyway.  Bowers stood firm throughout.

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  • A voter fraud is more likely undertaken by use of intelligent design creating issue of reluctance to prosecute cases of felony perjury. The crime is so complicated, expensive, hard to understand, while it is conducted at such a high rate it is not likely any State would attempt to prosecute the basic Constitutional negligence and legal malpractice had courts even been open.

  • BarnardotBarnardot 157 Pts   -  
    @JulesKorngold Bowers was really saying the obvious because what he said was about doing some thing illegal and he would not do that but the twist is that it wasn’t illegal any way so what he really was saying was nothing but he made it sound like he was.
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