Proving Fraud Was Never the Goal

Tyler Davis

Weeks before the election, Donald Trump told his plans for the election. He projected that there would be “massive fraud” on November 3, 2020. The two legal challenges won by team Trump have had nothing to do about fraud, but these wins would not change the election results.

When in the courtroom, several judges pressed Trump attorneys to admit they were not arguing fraud. They had no evidence to support that. Judges have not been kind to Team Trump in their verbiage either. None so scathing as U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann.

Judge Brann had strong words for Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s head attorney, after an exodus of top legal firms from Trump’s team regarding the disenfranchisement of 7 million voters. “One might expect that when seeking such a startling outcome, a plaintiff would come formidably armed with compelling legal arguments and factual proof of rampant corruption, such that this court would have no option but to regrettably grant the proposed injunctive relief despite the impact it would have on such a large group of citizens,” Brann wrote. “That has not happened.”

Case after case, the Trump team has been handed legal defeats to the tune of 33 failures thus far. Yet to hear Trump on Twitter, “We will win!” and his baseless promotion of conspiracy theories appears he’s not close to conceding. Enter Sidney Powell, the lawyer for Michael Flynn.

Sidney Powell presents a darker theory. Venezuela, Cuba, and other “communist” countries have written an algorithm into the Dominion software that was used to collect votes in states, to flip Trump’s votes to Biden. Trump had so many votes; it broke the system. Powell is now accusing GOP governor Brian Kemp of Georgia being in on the scam.

Powell states that the U.S. Military has uncovered the server that shows the real election results. Trump won in a landslide. One small problem, the U.S. military has verified they’ve done no such thing has occurred and confirmed by multiple sources.

What is the Trump end game?


The first goal is to raise money to pay off the Trump campaign debt. That is not conspiratorial. That is a fact. We know because it’s in the fine print of the Trump campaign fundraising efforts. The fine print states that 60% goes to campaign debt and 40% to the RNC.

The RNC has sent out text messages and emails with the hopes of raising money for Trump by saying, “President Trump is fighting back to defend the integrity of this Election, but he can’t do it alone.” The RNC fine print states 50% goes to general campaign debt and 50% to the recount effort.


The Trump campaign used Kayleigh McEnany as a surrogate on conservative shows waiving large groups of bundled affidavits as “proof” of fraud. Rudy Giuliani has flooded the airwaves with tales of fraud from Four Seasons Landscaping and in courtrooms. Ronna McDaniel has been on television and tweeting out these same assertions. And the latest Sidney Powell accusations of international intrigue trying to topple Trump.

There is one problem. At every turn, each one of these accusations has been proven either frivolous, as in McEnany’s affidavits, or debunked like Powell’s assertion of international skullduggery. If there were proof, the courts would come to different conclusions.

Flooding airwaves and social media with doubt, they’ve created massive doubt in the electoral system and feed the faithful’s belief. In essence, Trump created a self-fulfilling prophecy of election turmoil. The faithful were listening. Team Trump delivered on the chaos feeding the party faithful.

Creating this intricate web of fraud and underhandedness has been the ultimate goal. Once you feed a belief, you cannot refute it. Facts become “fake news.” Conspiracy becomes fact. You cannot combat an almost religious belief with traditional facts.


Fox News has been the mouthpiece of the Trump administration. The entire evening news lineup has been Team Trump since the beginning. But Fox News made a mistake with the faithful and called AZ. This began a transition to “Fox News is too liberal.” This would happen if you look at Trump’s tweets saying that Fox News was too liberal for months.

Tucker Carlson is the latest victim. In a round table discussion on NewsMax, the latest super right news show, the guests were tying Carlson to Hunter Biden and the infamous pizza parlor in D.C. that was supposed to be trafficking in children.

All GOP leaders who have stood up against this election nightmare have been labeled RHINO’s or accused of direct contacts and payoffs with Dominion Software.


Trump told us weeks before the election that the election would come down to the SCOTUS to decide. Comparisons of the 2000 election and 2020 among the faithful have arisen. The obvious issue is that the 2000 election came down to 500 or so votes in Florida. The 2000 election had nothing to do with purported fraud.

Having Justice Barrett installed before the election was a priority for the party. Trump has even said, “I hope they will do the right thing,” before any cases were presented to the SCOTUS. Trump signaled that if he lost, his legal team would take the results to the SCOTUS weeks before the election.

Why would they seem so sure it would reach the SCOTUS? One only needs to look at District Court reassignments to understand.

MI — Brett M. Kavanaugh

WI — Amy Coney Barrett

PA — Samuel A. Alito

GA — Clarence Thomas


Trump has made it no secret that the GOP is his party. Even if all else fails, he plans on staying in control of the party. Reporting states that if he loses, Trump is going to run again in 2024. Reporting states that Don Jr wants to run in P.A. for Senate. Lara Trump is eyeing a run in N.C. There is support for an Ivanka presidency as well.

Trump has no designs to let go of the GOP empire that is fueling his ambitions and his pocketbook, again, not a conspiracy, but fact. Trump also has plans to start a media empire. Without viewers, there is no empire. To create an empire, one must grow a faithful base that will believe you over facts. Trump has said in the past, “Don’t trust what you’re shown. Trust me.” The faithful have embraced that.

Donald Trump may still end up holding onto the presidency in the end. Even if he doesn’t win, Trump isn’t going away. There is a willingness to tear the country apart to accomplish his goals. No one is safe from Trump supporter wrath and that is why Republicans won’t step forward. They fear the wrath of the Trump faithful.

Tyler Davis is the author of New America: Awakenings, now available at most book outlets, including Amazon and Itunes.

Author of New America: Awakenings now avialble at Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Googleplay, Kobo

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