Another media disinformation campaign: President Trump has not scaled back legal challenge in Pennsylvania

By Dave Andrusko

For all the reasons, most of which are obvious, pro-life President Donald Trump has an uphill fight as he challenges the vote counts in several contested states, most especially, but not exclusively, Pennsylvania.

We’ve warned going back long before November 3rd that the Major Media would do everything in its considerable power to persuade pro-lifers and the countless millions supporters of the most pro-life President ever that the election was “over.” 

“Over,”  first, as in Mr. Trump was so far behind resistance was futile; “over,” second, that highly dubious machinations meant that pro-abortion Joe Biden was the victor.

Back to Pennsylvania.

As I wrote to many people this morning, never did I believe for one second the reports from the Trump hating Washington Post that the Trump and his campaign team “have scaled back lawsuits and allegations about voter fraud during the Nov. 3 election,” as Jack Phillips wrote this morning.

It’s exactly the sort of disinformation that Democrats and their allies in the media have indulged in for forever and a day.

Writing for the Epoch Times, Phillips offered extensively evidence that there had been no pull back. To cite just one,

Campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh on Monday morning criticized the Washington Post’s report, describing it as a “complete mischaracterization of the Trump campaign’s litigation in [Pennsylvania],” and it is “erroneously claiming the campaign had dropped the claim of nearly 700,000 ballots processed illegally and in secret.” He added: “The campaign did no such thing.”

“Our lawsuit in Pennsylvania absolutely still makes an issue of the 682,479 mail-in and absentee ballots that were counted in secret,” Murtaugh said, suggesting that the Post failed to investigate their amended complaint in court.

Phillips added that Obama-appointee U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann, “has scheduled oral arguments on the case for Tuesday and will hold an evidentiary hearing Thursday.”