Former federal judge reveals most compelling evidence against Trump’s election lies

Conservative former Federal Judge Thomas Griffith, one of the authors of the report dismissing Trump's election lies, tells CNN's Erin Burnett what he found to be the most compelling evidence disproving Trump's claims. #CNN #News


  1. “The truth has no defense against a fool determined to believe a lie.” – Mark Twain. ~ This sums up most Trump supporters.

  2. Many who have chosen to believe a lie, will not heed the truth, because the lie is what they would rather believe, even in light of the truth.

    1. For the ignorant, the lie has become a raison d’etre. It’s become their id, their ego and their super ego, and even Freud couldn’t extricate them.

  3. “I say this to my Republican colleagues who are defending the indefensible: There will come a day when Donald Trump is gone, but your dishonor will remain.” Liz Cheney

  4. Trump should not be allowed to run for any office again, especially the President. He has to be held accountable for January 6, 2021. I think he should be lock up.

    1. @Easternsun Eastern sun
      Just because *you* do not like my opinion doesn’t mean squat.😏
      Pick a fight with someone who cares what you think because it’s not *this* Gen X chick.😏

    2. Timmy Truth “”He has to be held accountable for January 6, 2021″” News Flash for you in this country “”YOU ARE
      INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY “” by your peers in a Court Of Law !! <<----------<<<

  5. “The dangers of not thinking clearly are much greater now than ever before. It’s not that there’s something new in our way of thinking, it’s that credulous and confused thinking can be much more lethal in ways it was never before.”
    — Carl Sagan, 1996

    1. “Truth and science shall carry humanity to our very best! Ignorance, willful or otherwise, are the hurdles we need to vault over and learn from to make a better future from the shambles of the past”. — Ericsson, 2022

  6. When the trolls come out, it just proves their little minds are like hamsters on a wheel, “that’s not a fact”, “but what about”,”I gotta keep running and denying, running and denying”.

    1. @general population Hey, the troll finally got removed. I hope every one of those are gone for good.

  7. Erin, it’s all well and good producing a 72 page report, the problem is, the majority of trump supporters can’t read..!!🤣🤣🤣

  8. Basically saying what we all know.. How sad.. Just the other day a neighbor,(unvaxxed), came over trying to sucker me into a financial arrangement I did not want or initiate started asking if my life was that bad under Trump. I yelled at him and made him leave.. I just cannot tolerate the f’n lies and willful ignorance anymore!

    1. I really cannot deal with more of this nonsense. If this crap goes on for another two years I’m sure I won’t be the only one looking for a way to affect some change.

    2. @Lawn Chair well, looks like we can all see who the next shooter is going to be.
      “Affect change” ≠ shoot up the place.
      Your assumptions and attempts at belittling me are pretty pathetic. If you disagree, do so, but leave the armchair psychology out of this.

    3. Whew! Sad to hear. What a neighbor! If me, I would hv either ignored him or politely told him “That’s none of your business. Now I don’t desire to hear of this financial matter u spoke of and I’m making tht extremely clear. Hope u can understand and hv a good day.

  9. At this point, those that choose to still believe this lie are going to continue to believe it no matter how much evidence you put in front of them. These folks were allowed to say to say the quiet parts out loud again and it doesn’t matter how that is achieved. Their entitlement trumps all. Literally.

    1. @Kenny Star watch two thousand mules than appologise to joseph ward since he seems to have more of a grasp on reality than you .

    2. @vibradiant Yeah well, i prefer the less violent fanatics thank you. Priorities lead me to take on the biggest threat first, and that threat are those wanting to destroy what they could never build.

  10. “There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.”

    ― Issac Asimov

    1. … and how will that fix our economy, inflation, gas prices, oil industry, border, crime, killings,… how?

    2. @Fer Hierro It might be a start in getting rid of a bunch of elected republicans … which in turn would be a good start to dealing with those issues you list.

  11. AG Garland, I’m starting to get really scared that you’re just going to let the Republican Party get away with their continued coup. We are doomed if you do.

  12. If this guy thinks “fellow conservatives hearing it from conservatives” is going to change anything, he hasn’t been paying attention, and if he thinks there are still ‘conservatives’ on the Trump train, he really hasn’t been paying attention.

    1. … and how will that fix our economy, inflation, gas prices, oil industry, border, crime, killings,… how?

    2. @Fer Hierro
      That’s such an irrelevant response to the OP’s comment.
      Nobody likes talking to you, do they?

  13. I appreciate this man’s efforts and words, but I feel bad for him. He doesn’t realize that his old political party no longer exists. It is gone.

    1. @scottf 345 about the same time rush Limbaugh started pushing us crap. I don’t think newt Gingrich could have been anywhere near as successful as he was without rush Limbaugh

  14. You will have an easier time explaining the color blue to a blind person than explaining to a Trumper that the American people do not want Trump

  15. It would take an unprecedented amount of coordination for an entire election to be stolen. We have NEVER been that coordinated and together here in the US.

    1. I have to disagree, on one point only. During WW2 the American people united as one after Pearl Harbour, but that will never happen again.

    2. @Eric Sutton well that’s 1 in 50 states is my point. I’m saying the sheer scale of that would be as unprecedented. Furthermore I believe in our country and everyday citizens like myself. I believe in our elections. Republicans in your state should be embarrassed period. Lbs

    3. Yes, tht did occur. If will happen evr again, hmmm? Doubtful as today ‘Separatistic’ mindsets abound enmasse. Not to say it can’t/won’t but HIGHLY unlikely.

  16. It’s sad to watch former Judge Thomas Griffin being so naive. He should realize that if people are still supporting Donald Trump at this point in time, no amount of verifiable facts will dissuade them. Not even if those facts are coming from hard core conservatives.

  17. They all know the truth. They just refuse to accept the fact that more people voted against him than for him. Probably, just like me , so many people voted for the very first time in their life, because they knew that he had to go.

    1. … and how will that fix our economy, inflation, gas prices, oil industry, border, crime, killings,… how?

    2. @Fer HierroOh please…the entire world is suffering the same and more….suck it up…how spoiled you must be…

    3. True! I’m 30 and never cared to vote for president my entire life until 2020 to get Trump out. It worked, and now these small minded trumplicans refuse to believe it

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