A few days ago, President Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, was called out by Trump “insider” and loyalist Patrick Byrne for allegedly “sabotaging” the president behind his back.
According to Byrne, Meadows encourages Trump’s fight for the election when he’s looking, but does the opposite when he isn’t.
Byrne claimed that Meadows, among others like the White House chief counsel Pat Cipollone, are encouraging staffers and aides not to help President Trump fight this sham of an election.
On Tuesday night, Meadows wrote on Twitter to “stay tuned” as something was happening. However, after what Byrne said, most of what he received was skepticism.
He wrote that a meeting between President Trump and several Congress members had just finished and that they were “preparing to fight back against mounting evidence of voter fraud.”
Is the tide turning?
More and more senators and Congress members have started speaking out against election fraud, saying that they will be contesting the election when the final elector vote comes. Is it real this time, or is it all just for show?
We’ll soon find out how this ends, and that’s when we’ll find out who’s real and who isn’t.