When it comes to theories about the 2020 election, there are almost as many about how the contest was “stolen” from Donald Trump as there are theories about how Trump was going to somehow flip the result.
First, there were recounts. Then court challenges, and hearings, and even an insurrection aimed at preventing the electoral college votes to be cast.
Now we’re waiting on Maricopa County, Arizona to finish an electoral audit that, no matter the outcome, will be wholly panned by the mainstream media.
But this is no skin off Trump’s back. The 45th Commander in Chief now expects to be back in the White House by August of this year.
(NEWSER) – Maggie Haberman of the New York Times covered President Trump while he was in office, and she now reports that he’s intent on getting back there sooner than people think. On Twitter, Haberman writes that Trump “has been telling a number of people he’s in contact with that he expects he will get reinstated by August.” In subsequent tweets (there’s no Times story about this, at least as of Tuesday morning), Haberman writes that Trump is “laser focused” on state election audits still underway. “It isn’t happening in a vacuum,” she adds. “It is happening as he faced the possibility of an indictment from the Manhattan DA.” Haberman’s initial tweet on this was a reaction to a CNN story about Trump supporters wishing for a coup to restore him to office.
The use of the word “reinstated” comes just days after pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell began to suggest that Trump could retake the White House after being simply “reinstated”, but without offering any sort of argument as to how.