Trump Praises Georgia Court Win, Says Michigan RINOs Will Be 'Overthrown'
'In Georgia, a big victory. Arizona, the senators, are great patriots'
Donald Trump cheered the news that a judge ruled that a diminished Georgia election fraud lawsuit will now move forward.
Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero dismissed a substantial portion of the claims in the lawsuit but allowed a review of almost 150,000 ballots to proceed.
This is integrity group VoterGA's fifth court victory.
The forensic audit of absentee ballots will now move forward in Fulton County, Georgia.
Garland Favorito, the lead plaintiff in the case, said he viewed the judge's decision as a victory and plans to submit an inspection plan next week.
"We just want Fulton to be held responsible," Favorito said, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution"
"We could be moving forward any time now unless they try to stall again," Favorito added.
President Trump joined Newsmax TV, alongside his former ambassador and DNI Rick Grenell.
Trump highlighted the hopeful news from Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
He then went on to blast RINO politicians in Michigan.
"We got a big victory yesterday in court as you probably heard and were watching being reported," Trump said.
"In Georgia, a big victory. Arizona, the senators, are great patriots," he said.
"I tell you, Karen Fann, and Borelli and all of these senators, they are great patriots, and they will be recognized as such, what they are doing with the forensic audit."
"And it's starting now in Pennsylvania," Trump added.
"You have some great senators up there.
"It’s starting in Wisconsin. I think the people running the senate in Michigan, they’ll be overthrown."
"There’s something very wrong going on in Michigan.
"Detroit was one of the worst places."
"Maybe the single worst place in the United States, and they're trying to pretend nothing happened."
"Detroit always has been very, very corrupt with respect to elections," Trump continued.
"Probably the worst in the country."
"And the Republicans there are trying to throw it under the rug, so I think they’ll be primaried and get them out of there because they’re no good…
"You have to know about it to go forward."
Rich Grenell chimed in:
"No one should be afraid of transparency.
"It certainly shouldn’t be a threat.
"Mr. President, I know you have to run.
"Thank you so much for joining us."