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Trump & Giuliani called senators during riots in Capitol to still sabotage Biden's profits+ leaked Giuliani voicemail.

 
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Trump called senators during riots in Capitol to sabotage Biden's profits

While his supporters engaged in deadly riots in the Capitol, President Donald Trump had other concerns. He called a Republican senator in the beleaguered Congress building in an ultimate attempt to sabotage the election victory of the incoming President Joe Biden.

His only concern was the meeting of the US Congress, where the votes of the electoral college would be counted to confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Wrong number
Both Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani attempted to sabotage that procedure by telephone. But they accidentally called the wrong senator in the building. Trump called on Republican Senator Mike Lee's cell phone, but the call was actually for Senator Tommy Tuberville.

The senators had then been evacuated from the conference room and taken to safety elsewhere. Lee passed his phone over to Tuberville.

In the conversation, which lasted less than ten minutes, Trump tried to convince the brand-new Alabama senator to make additional objections to the election results. It was an ultimate attempt to block the proceedings in Congress, The conversation was cut short as the senators were taken to a safe place.

Voicemail
The second call to Lee came in hours later. It belonged to Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. He, too, assumed that he was calling Tuberville. When there was no answer, Giuliani left a voicemail message.

The message was the same as the message received by another Republican senator, a spokesman for Senator Lee confirms. A transcript of that conversation has been leaked.

"I'm calling you because I want to discuss with you how they are trying to speed up this hearing and how we need you, our Republican friends, to try to slow it down," Giuliani said.

"I know they will meet again at 8pm tonight, but the only strategy we can pursue is to object to countless states and raise issues."



Trump and Giuliani saw an ally in Tuberville because he was part of a group of six Republican senators who objected - unsuccessfully - to the election results in the state of Arizona. Even after Congress reconvened that night, he still urged the senators to persevere in their resistance.

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what a little bitch, first the tape then this .
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Trump called senators during riots in Capitol to sabotage Biden's profits

While his supporters engaged in deadly riots in the Capitol, President Donald Trump had other concerns. He called a Republican senator in the beleaguered Congress building in an ultimate attempt to sabotage the election victory of the incoming President Joe Biden.

His only concern was the meeting of the US Congress, where the votes of the electoral college would be counted to confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Wrong number
Both Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani attempted to sabotage that procedure by telephone. But they accidentally called the wrong senator in the building. Trump called on Republican Senator Mike Lee's cell phone, but the call was actually for Senator Tommy Tuberville.

The senators had then been evacuated from the conference room and taken to safety elsewhere. Lee passed his phone over to Tuberville.

In the conversation, which lasted less than ten minutes, Trump tried to convince the brand-new Alabama senator to make additional objections to the election results. It was an ultimate attempt to block the proceedings in Congress, The conversation was cut short as the senators were taken to a safe place.

Voicemail
The second call to Lee came in hours later. It belonged to Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. He, too, assumed that he was calling Tuberville. When there was no answer, Giuliani left a voicemail message.

The message was the same as the message received by another Republican senator, a spokesman for Senator Lee confirms. A transcript of that conversation has been leaked.

"I'm calling you because I want to discuss with you how they are trying to speed up this hearing and how we need you, our Republican friends, to try to slow it down," Giuliani said.

"I know they will meet again at 8pm tonight, but the only strategy we can pursue is to object to countless states and raise issues."



Trump and Giuliani saw an ally in Tuberville because he was part of a group of six Republican senators who objected - unsuccessfully - to the election results in the state of Arizona. Even after Congress reconvened that night, he still urged the senators to persevere in their resistance.

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The president and his attorney Giuliani had EVERY RIGHT to make those calls to thwart MASSIVE ELECTION FRAUD.
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Trump called senators during riots in Capitol to sabotage Biden's profits

While his supporters engaged in deadly riots in the Capitol, President Donald Trump had other concerns. He called a Republican senator in the beleaguered Congress building in an ultimate attempt to sabotage the election victory of the incoming President Joe Biden.

His only concern was the meeting of the US Congress, where the votes of the electoral college would be counted to confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Wrong number
Both Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani attempted to sabotage that procedure by telephone. But they accidentally called the wrong senator in the building. Trump called on Republican Senator Mike Lee's cell phone, but the call was actually for Senator Tommy Tuberville.

The senators had then been evacuated from the conference room and taken to safety elsewhere. Lee passed his phone over to Tuberville.

In the conversation, which lasted less than ten minutes, Trump tried to convince the brand-new Alabama senator to make additional objections to the election results. It was an ultimate attempt to block the proceedings in Congress, The conversation was cut short as the senators were taken to a safe place.

Voicemail
The second call to Lee came in hours later. It belonged to Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. He, too, assumed that he was calling Tuberville. When there was no answer, Giuliani left a voicemail message.

The message was the same as the message received by another Republican senator, a spokesman for Senator Lee confirms. A transcript of that conversation has been leaked.

"I'm calling you because I want to discuss with you how they are trying to speed up this hearing and how we need you, our Republican friends, to try to slow it down," Giuliani said.

"I know they will meet again at 8pm tonight, but the only strategy we can pursue is to object to countless states and raise issues."



Trump and Giuliani saw an ally in Tuberville because he was part of a group of six Republican senators who objected - unsuccessfully - to the election results in the state of Arizona. Even after Congress reconvened that night, he still urged the senators to persevere in their resistance.

bumpbump
 Quoting: Dangerous Times


The president and his attorney Giuliani had EVERY RIGHT to make those calls to thwart MASSIVE ELECTION FRAUD.
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massive election fraud lol

For Georgia they counted Georgia 3 times,
then again, with trump replublican watchers in the room, what do you want ? count it 500 times ?

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Trump called senators during riots in Capitol to sabotage Biden's profits

While his supporters engaged in deadly riots in the Capitol, President Donald Trump had other concerns. He called a Republican senator in the beleaguered Congress building in an ultimate attempt to sabotage the election victory of the incoming President Joe Biden.

His only concern was the meeting of the US Congress, where the votes of the electoral college would be counted to confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Wrong number
Both Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani attempted to sabotage that procedure by telephone. But they accidentally called the wrong senator in the building. Trump called on Republican Senator Mike Lee's cell phone, but the call was actually for Senator Tommy Tuberville.

The senators had then been evacuated from the conference room and taken to safety elsewhere. Lee passed his phone over to Tuberville.

In the conversation, which lasted less than ten minutes, Trump tried to convince the brand-new Alabama senator to make additional objections to the election results. It was an ultimate attempt to block the proceedings in Congress, The conversation was cut short as the senators were taken to a safe place.

Voicemail
The second call to Lee came in hours later. It belonged to Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. He, too, assumed that he was calling Tuberville. When there was no answer, Giuliani left a voicemail message.

The message was the same as the message received by another Republican senator, a spokesman for Senator Lee confirms. A transcript of that conversation has been leaked.

"I'm calling you because I want to discuss with you how they are trying to speed up this hearing and how we need you, our Republican friends, to try to slow it down," Giuliani said.

"I know they will meet again at 8pm tonight, but the only strategy we can pursue is to object to countless states and raise issues."



Trump and Giuliani saw an ally in Tuberville because he was part of a group of six Republican senators who objected - unsuccessfully - to the election results in the state of Arizona. Even after Congress reconvened that night, he still urged the senators to persevere in their resistance.

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I hope all the phone calls are released that they made while the Trump terrorists were sent in to take hostage targeted individuals. How could they be making these calls while watching what was unfolding? That makes no sense to make a bunch of phone calls during an emergency like what was occurring! The only way it makes sense is that they set it in motion and planned to make these phone calls while the senators were not in safe lockdown but in handcuffs. I cannot believe these men are not in prison right now. At least I see that Trump is having bank accounts liquidated.Small price though.

To see in the news that Pence and Trump had a conversation today only tells me that Pence is compromised. Trump has something on him. It will be something like what he did to Loeffler. It turns out Trump blackmailed Loeffler into opposing certification to begin with, by threatening to go on stage and “do a number on her” to make sure she wasn’t reelected, according to Politico.
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Trump called senators during riots in Capitol to sabotage Biden's profits

While his supporters engaged in deadly riots in the Capitol, President Donald Trump had other concerns. He called a Republican senator in the beleaguered Congress building in an ultimate attempt to sabotage the election victory of the incoming President Joe Biden.

His only concern was the meeting of the US Congress, where the votes of the electoral college would be counted to confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Wrong number
Both Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani attempted to sabotage that procedure by telephone. But they accidentally called the wrong senator in the building. Trump called on Republican Senator Mike Lee's cell phone, but the call was actually for Senator Tommy Tuberville.

The senators had then been evacuated from the conference room and taken to safety elsewhere. Lee passed his phone over to Tuberville.

In the conversation, which lasted less than ten minutes, Trump tried to convince the brand-new Alabama senator to make additional objections to the election results. It was an ultimate attempt to block the proceedings in Congress, The conversation was cut short as the senators were taken to a safe place.

Voicemail
The second call to Lee came in hours later. It belonged to Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. He, too, assumed that he was calling Tuberville. When there was no answer, Giuliani left a voicemail message.

The message was the same as the message received by another Republican senator, a spokesman for Senator Lee confirms. A transcript of that conversation has been leaked.

"I'm calling you because I want to discuss with you how they are trying to speed up this hearing and how we need you, our Republican friends, to try to slow it down," Giuliani said.

"I know they will meet again at 8pm tonight, but the only strategy we can pursue is to object to countless states and raise issues."



Trump and Giuliani saw an ally in Tuberville because he was part of a group of six Republican senators who objected - unsuccessfully - to the election results in the state of Arizona. Even after Congress reconvened that night, he still urged the senators to persevere in their resistance.

bumpbump
 Quoting: Dangerous Times


I hope all the phone calls are released that they made while the Trump terrorists were sent in to take hostage targeted individuals. How could they be making these calls while watching what was unfolding? That makes no sense to make a bunch of phone calls during an emergency like what was occurring! The only way it makes sense is that they set it in motion and planned to make these phone calls while the senators were not in safe lockdown but in handcuffs. I cannot believe these men are not in prison right now. At least I see that Trump is having bank accounts liquidated.Small price though.

To see in the news that Pence and Trump had a conversation today only tells me that Pence is compromised. Trump has something on him. It will be something like what he did to Loeffler. It turns out Trump blackmailed Loeffler into opposing certification to begin with, by threatening to go on stage and “do a number on her” to make sure she wasn’t reelected, according to Politico.
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Trump called senators during riots in Capitol to sabotage Biden's profits

While his supporters engaged in deadly riots in the Capitol, President Donald Trump had other concerns. He called a Republican senator in the beleaguered Congress building in an ultimate attempt to sabotage the election victory of the incoming President Joe Biden.

His only concern was the meeting of the US Congress, where the votes of the electoral college would be counted to confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Wrong number
Both Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani attempted to sabotage that procedure by telephone. But they accidentally called the wrong senator in the building. Trump called on Republican Senator Mike Lee's cell phone, but the call was actually for Senator Tommy Tuberville.

The senators had then been evacuated from the conference room and taken to safety elsewhere. Lee passed his phone over to Tuberville.

In the conversation, which lasted less than ten minutes, Trump tried to convince the brand-new Alabama senator to make additional objections to the election results. It was an ultimate attempt to block the proceedings in Congress, The conversation was cut short as the senators were taken to a safe place.

Voicemail
The second call to Lee came in hours later. It belonged to Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. He, too, assumed that he was calling Tuberville. When there was no answer, Giuliani left a voicemail message.

The message was the same as the message received by another Republican senator, a spokesman for Senator Lee confirms. A transcript of that conversation has been leaked.

"I'm calling you because I want to discuss with you how they are trying to speed up this hearing and how we need you, our Republican friends, to try to slow it down," Giuliani said.

"I know they will meet again at 8pm tonight, but the only strategy we can pursue is to object to countless states and raise issues."



Trump and Giuliani saw an ally in Tuberville because he was part of a group of six Republican senators who objected - unsuccessfully - to the election results in the state of Arizona. Even after Congress reconvened that night, he still urged the senators to persevere in their resistance.

bumpbump
 Quoting: Dangerous Times


I hope all the phone calls are released that they made while the Trump terrorists were sent in to take hostage targeted individuals. How could they be making these calls while watching what was unfolding? That makes no sense to make a bunch of phone calls during an emergency like what was occurring! The only way it makes sense is that they set it in motion and planned to make these phone calls while the senators were not in safe lockdown but in handcuffs. I cannot believe these men are not in prison right now. At least I see that Trump is having bank accounts liquidated.Small price though.

To see in the news that Pence and Trump had a conversation today only tells me that Pence is compromised. Trump has something on him. It will be something like what he did to Loeffler. It turns out Trump blackmailed Loeffler into opposing certification to begin with, by threatening to go on stage and “do a number on her” to make sure she wasn’t reelected, according to Politico.





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