Patton attacked and attacked and attacked, and so should Trump. From Jay Valentine at americanthinker.com:
It’s always fun to think what an historic personality would do if faced with the same predicament this voter fraud has brought to President Trump. Since Patton is his favorite general, likely the only one he respects, let’s play around.
Patton was the master of offense. Never sit still, always attack, keep your enemy off balance.
Translated to the current situation we see the Trump team collecting every piece of evidence possible showing massive voter fraud. Lots of pieces it appears. People are showing up with their phone photos of election workers covering windows so Republicans cannot see in. This week the litigation starts. That’s an offense of sorts.
While that is critical, it fails in one key respect — these lawsuits have antidotes. The other side shows up and their in-the-bag media pals gaslight America with one story after another about how some fraudulent act was just a process error — happens all the time.
So what would George Patton do?
He would look for the aggressive move against which there is no defense, no antidote, no counterpunch, and he would give all he’s got.
Translation: Pack up the sandwiches, get Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, the Trump kids, gather some of the fraud witnesses, bring Rudy along, board Air Force One and hit the road.
Trump and the team go to each of the six or seven states where Biden leads with clearly fraudulent votes. It’s rally time!
The rally is an appeal to the tens of thousands who show up. “I’m Donald Trump and I am here because your legislature has to certify fake votes! I think that is BS (only he says it, the crowd goes wild)! You cannot let them certify fraud or we lose our country!” You get the rest.
Now Trump has changed every dynamic in this race.
It is about certifying clear fraud. Or not. Are you in or out, Ms. State Legislator?
Remember, every one of these legislatures has two houses and both are Republican. If even one of these chambers (there are 12 -14 chambers in six or seven states) says no, the Electoral College votes do not go to Biden.
The matter goes to the House of Representatives. Trump wins.