Speaking of Twitter rants against Republicans, after days of railing against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as an enemy of the people, President Trump has now directed his vitriol against Governor Kemp, for apparently failing to intervene in the Georgia election.
Somehow his rants don't quite have the same force now that he's a lame duck president but I'm sure most Republicans who are keeping their heads down don't want to make themselves targets.
Kemp has been implicated in foul play since the beginning, which is mentioned in Sidney Powell's civil lawsuit:
He allegedly rushed the purchase of Dominion machines in 2019 (budgeting $150 mil) for use in the 2020 election, despite several parties warning/deciding against its use due to security issues within the past few years (e.g., Texas Board of Elections; Klobuchar; Liz Warren). Funny enough, Stacey Abrams fought against his purchase of 30,000 machines. While not included in this initial suit, Powell also claims that Kemp (among others) received kickbacks for the Dominion purchases.
After 5 requests and several reverse rulings, they machines are apparently being impounded. I imagine they've already been wiped clean, though. But if there have been bipartisan concerns about the security of the machines, and GA officials have nothing to hide, then why would they not willingly cooperate with an audit to validate the election results?
The one plausible answer to your question would be that the allegations do not have enough credibility to warrant an additional audit. Any system that would investigate all allegations at face value would be forever stuck in the muck of disproving allegations. A functional system needs to have criteria to determine allegations worthy of addressing. We either trust those systems or we don't.
I have a question for you: Do you think Trump and his lawyers are withholding proof of widespread fraud? In other words, they have the proof, but just aren't sharing it.
Up to now over 30 court cases have been lost, thrown out or withdrawn. In addition, the department of homeland security, the department of Justice, the FBI, both Dem and Republican governors, Secretaries of State, and election Commissioners in battleground states uniformly deny evidence of widespread fraud or conspiracy to commit widespread fraud. Unless you trust absolutely no one who disagrees with you, this just might be the most sweeping, one-sided, convincing failure to prove a case in the history of the world.
But back to the question -- Are Trump and his legal team withholding evidence that would prove what Trump continues to claim? And if so, what are they waiting for?
Oh, one last thing: I wonder if it ever crosses Trump's mind (of course it doesn't) that what he's attempting to prove is a fundamental failure of America. It would be under his watch that America utterly failed - perhaps the very opposite of MAGA.