Trump’s Election Challenges

John Eastman, Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute and a member of Trump’s legal team, speaks in his personal capacity.
The Kim Monson Show
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Trump's Election Challenges
  • Kim replies to her listeners’ comments stating that it is good to have the “conversation.”  The World Health Organization (WHO) updates its guidance on CCP virus test criteria that will significantly reduce false positives.  No compassion in having inflated the numbers that resulted in extreme “carnage” left behind.  Politically charged lockdowns in blue states and cities are being lifted as Biden now holds the Presidency.  Remember when Kim’s guest in November stated that Polis’ orders were based on modeling and not current data.  RTD CEO and general manager Johnson and Polis eye the light rail extension to Boulder very differently.  Johnson cites data pertaining to lack of ridership and extremely higher costs with limited finances as main reasons why it is not viable vs. Polis demand that it be completed regardless of available funding.  This, in light of Colorado being in the bottom eighth of economic prosperity in the nation in third quarter, 2020.
  • Chris Cantwell, Sr. Business Broker with Transworld Business Advisors, joins Kim to talk about opportunities for buyers and sellers of businesses.  Activity is high as the Small Business Administration (SBA) releases several incentives and benefits to buyers, including the SBA paying the first six months of principal and interest on a business loan backed by the SBA.  Give Chris a call to discuss your interest at 844-SELL-BIZ.
  • Jason McBride, VP with Presidential Wealth Management, reviews the market as it tries to march higher.  There is excitement for earnings coming out this week, including Tesla and Apple.  Contact Jason at 303-694-1600 to discuss how current market conditions affect your financial portfolio.
  • Guest John Eastman, Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute and a member of Trump’s legal team, speaks in his personal capacity.  John notes that he is no longer with Chapman University and is no longer allowed to speak on behalf of CU-Boulder/Benson Center.  John makes the distinction that Trump’s cases brought forward were dismissed on procedural grounds and not the merits of the cases themselves.  John references the Pennsylvania and Georgia cases.  We need clarity from the Supreme Court as to who has the authority to change election laws.  VP Pence was asked to continue investigations for 5-10 days, on behalf of the 75 million plus Trump voters, which Pence denied.  The request was based on the 12th Amendment.  The January 6th Capitol riot started before Trump’s speech ended.  Evidence indicates it was pre-planned, and that Antifa and BLM were involved.  John’s speech at the rally included references to confirmed election irregularities.  John encourages listeners to visit as it expands conservative voices ability to be heard.


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