Alyssa Farah Griffin, who was White House Communications Director under Trump said that Mark Meadows told her not to resign and said that Trump wasn’t leaving office.
Alyssa Farah Griffin says Mark Meadows told her not to resign from the White House because Trump was going to be staying in power after losing the election. pic.twitter.com/YHie3hkQEI
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) July 13, 2022
Griffin said on CNN:
We know that Sydney Powell, Michael Flynn, who does not — he refuses to say he believes in a peaceful transition of power, were in the oval office and then the yellow oval in the residence.
Who waived them, which is putting them through security to get onto White House grounds. We don’t even have that answer now. I suspect it was Mark Meadows, and I say that because I can tell you before I resigned, I said sir, I’m planning to move on. I want to put in my notice. And he said to me, what if I can tell you we’re actually going to be staying? You can interpret that as hypothetical, but there were people around the president telling him that, and that’s what led to this absolute insanity.
Mark Meadows has criminal liability for the plot to overthrow the government, which is why he has refused to appear before the`1/6 Committee. The House referred Meadows to the Department of Justice, which declined to prosecute him for contempt of Congress.
The more the American people hear about what was going on behind the scenes in the days and weeks before the 1/6 attack, the more the word coup becomes an appropriate description of events.
Mark Meadows should be getting very nervous because he is up to his eyeballs in a plot to overthrow the government.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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