Jenna Ellis, an attorney who claimed to act on behalf of former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election challenges, has testified as part of her plea deal in the Georgia racketeering case that she received information that Trump was “not going to leave” the White House.

Ellis in the proffer session revealed the purported remark from Dan Scavino, who was a longtime employee of the Trump Organization prior to joining his inaugural presidential campaign. After the Supreme Court refused to take up the Texas case, she said their ability to challenge the election “was essentially over.”

“And he said to me, in a kind of excited tone, ‘Well, we don’t care, and we’re not going to leave,'” Ellis said of the alleged Dec. 19 conversation with Scavino. “And I said, ‘What do you mean?’ And he said ‘Well, the boss’, meaning President Trump — and everyone understood ‘the boss,’ that’s what we all called him — he said, ‘The boss is not going to leave under any circumstances. We are just going to stay in power.'”

Ellis continued, “And I said to him, ‘Well, it doesn’t quite work that way, you realize?’ and he said, ‘We don’t care.'”

While the media is trying to turn the episode into a ‘gotcha’ moment, there is a massive problem with the narrative. Donald Trump, indeed, left office after the Electoral College certified the election results after political extremists disrupted the election challenges on January 6.

He made this announcement on January 7:

“I would like to begin by addressing the heinous attack on the United States Capitol. Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, lawlessness and mayhem. I immediately deployed the National Guard and federal law enforcement to secure the building and expel the intruders. America is and must always be a nation of law and order,” Trump said.

This was thirteen days before Joe Biden was scheduled to take his oath of office to become the next president.

Therefore, the narrative that Donald Trump tried to “overturn the election” with illegal means and to “remain in power” is nothing but a hoax.

As for Jenna Ellis, she claimed the conversation with Scavino came on December 19. However, her own remarks following that date demonstrate that she was either a “true believer” in election irregularities or she was sticking to the narrative for career reasons.

“President Trump should never concede the election,” she wrote on December 28.

She made other comments alleging “fraud” in the 2020 election.

But apparently, that’s not the only “fraud” taking place in Georgia.


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