Jenna Ellis Has Public Meltdown After Avalanche Of Court Losses

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None of Trump’s allies have come remotely close to overturning the election outcome in a single state anywhere in the country, and interests ranging from the Department of Homeland Security to Attorney General Bill Barr have confirmed that there’s no evidence of systematic, election outcome-altering fraud — but Trump and his allies have not let up in their fight against the election results. Trump-allied court cases against the election results around the country have consistently failed, and as the Trump campaign’s case fell apart even further, Trump legal team member Jenna Ellis took to Twitter on Sunday with the slogan “Count ALL Legal Votes!” — as if that’s not exactly what officials across the country have already aimed to do.

During a Sunday appearance on Fox News, Rudy Giuliani — who serves on the Trump campaign legal team alongside Ellis — claimed that a truck delivered 100,000 “phony” ballots to a ballot-counting center in Detroit in the middle of the night in the aftermath of Election Day. During that same Fox appearance, Giuliani reiterated his insistence that a centrally planned Democratic conspiracy to rig the election for Biden unfolded during the presidential race. His claims are nonsense — Giuliani and Ellis’s conspiratorial insistence that illegal votes were systematically counted isn’t grounded in fact. A conspiracy of the size that they have alleged would likely require the cooperation of thousands of people around the country — so where’s the real, legitimate evidence? Ignorant, conjecture-filled affidavits from people who don’t know what they’re talking about aren’t meaningful evidence!

On Sunday, Ellis also shared a post from the president himself calling for Trump’s supporters to get “revenge on the Democrats for their efforts to steal the Presidential election” via voting in the upcoming Senate races in Georgia. Besides the disturbingly violent undertone, this statement barely even makes any sense. Trump suggests that a supposed nationwide election-rigging scheme could be thwarted by… voting, as takes place in every single legitimate election ever? Seriously?

Among other Sunday posts, Ellis also posted comments in which she insisted that “we… recognize that the will of God is vastly superior and desirable in every particular, and therefore we should rejoice we are free from being resigned to our own will.” The comments sound like a potential quotation, but it’s unclear where the remarks might have originated. She also complained about Twitter marking a post with the WiFi password for a Trump rally as disputed, but the point wasn’t whether or not the password really worked — the point was that the password was “RiggedElection!”, which contains a lie.

Check out Twitter’s response below:

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