Jim Jordan: Trump Must NOT Concede ‘for the Well Being of the Country’
Representative says President won
Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) has called on President Donald Trump not to concede the 2020 presidential election to former Vice President Joe Biden.
Speaking on Newsmax TV’s “American Agenda," Jordan said voters instinctively know something is wrong with the election.
Anchor Heather Childers said, “I know that you agree he should not concede.”
“No course not, and you remember this is a president gets things done.'
"This is a president who does what he told the American people he was going to do, accomplishes what he was elected to do, and this is just one more example of him getting something done that’s valuable important to the country.”
“He should not concede."
"Everyone knows, instinctively everyone knows there are problems with this election."
"I mean, you can look at the fact you know 75 million people, 75 million people, he increased his total by ten to 11 million," Jordan said.
.@Jim_Jordan says "this is is a President who gets things done, this is a President who told the American people what he was going to do and accomplishes what he was elected to do."@HeatherChilders @BobSellersTV https://t.co/VlT7z8drtO pic.twitter.com/6BK2RxTAOd— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 8, 2020
"We won 27 out of 27 toss-up states. He increases his votes with Hispanic Americans, African-Americans."
"State legislatures that Republicans control we kept all those plus, increase those numbers. You can just go down the line; he won 19 of the 20 bellwether counties," he added.
"He won Ohio by eight, Florida by three, yet somehow he doesn’t win."
"So we know we need to look at all this. There is a number of lawsuits that are pending, the one that was filed in Texas today regarding several states."
"Let’s see how that all shakes out. Let’s get to the bottom of this for the well being of the country.”
Jordan's remarks come just days after a Michigan judge ordered officials in Antrim County to stay clear from Dominion machines until Trump's legal team completed a forensic audit.
Circuit Judge Kevin Elsenheimer told election officials to preserve all election materials and cease operating any of the Dominion Voting Systems machines.