Dems Will Cut GOP Funding If Trump Doesn’t Concede On Their Watch

Democ­rats are grow­ing tired of Pres­i­dent Trump chal­leng­ing the results of this elec­tion. As such, New York’s Demo­c­rat Attor­ney Gen­er­al is declar­ing war on fund­ing for the GOP if the sit­ting pres­i­dent does­n’t con­cede and con­fin­ing with­in their self-serv­ing guidlines.

Don­ald Trump has every right to inves­ti­gate and con­tend the pre­lim­i­nary results of this elec­tion. This is the case for any pres­i­den­tial can­di­date, espe­cial­ly where so many ques­tions remain and need resolve in order to deter­mine the right­ful winner.

Kristinn Tay­lor reports for The Gate­way Pun­dit:

New York’s Demo­c­rat Attor­ney Gen­er­al Puts Pres­sure on Busi­ness Lead­ers to Coerce Trump to Con­cede; Talk of With­hold­ing Dona­tions to GOP Geor­gia Sen­ate Races

Trump-hater New York state Attor­ney Gen­er­al Leti­tia James, work­ing in coor­di­na­tion with her fel­low Demo­c­rat state attor­neys gen­er­al, is putting pres­sure on busi­ness lead­ers to coerce Pres­i­dent Trump into con­ced­ing the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion and start­ing the tran­si­tion to Joe Biden, accord­ing to a report by the New York Times pub­lished Mon­day. The report says the Demo­c­rat attor­neys gen­er­al hatched a plan to have James orga­nize a con­fer­ence call with top busi­ness lead­ers in New York that took place on Fri­day in which the idea was dis­cussed of with­hold­ing dona­tions to the two Repub­li­can U.S. Sen­ate can­di­dates in the Geor­gia runoff elec­tions until Trump concedes.


Con­cerned that Pres­i­dent Trump’s refusal to accept the elec­tion results is hurt­ing the coun­try, more than 100 chief exec­u­tives plan to ask the admin­is­tra­tion on Mon­day to imme­di­ate­ly acknowl­edge Joseph R. Biden Jr. as the pres­i­dent-elect and begin the tran­si­tion to a new administration.

…As a way of gain­ing lever­age over the G.O.P., some of the exec­u­tives have also dis­cussed with­hold­ing cam­paign dona­tions from the two Repub­li­can Sen­ate can­di­dates in Geor­gia unless par­ty lead­ers agree to push for a pres­i­den­tial tran­si­tion, accord­ing to four peo­ple who par­tic­i­pat­ed in a con­fer­ence call Fri­day in which the notion was dis­cussed. The two runoff elec­tions in Geor­gia, which will take place in ear­ly Jan­u­ary, will deter­mine the bal­ance of pow­er in the Unit­ed States Senate.



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