CNN made public on Monday, revealing correspondences with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows from the 2020 election through the aftermath of the Jan. 6 revolt. There was a lot of disturbing evidence. Marjorie Taylor Greene was alleged to have floated the idea of Donald Trump, according to Fox News.
The former Texas governor and for a time, Trump's Secretary of Energy has a long history of declaring and doing. However, this article might take the cake. Perry's phone on November 7, the day news outlets began calling the race for Joe Biden, in which he claims to have discovered information that "show where the fraud was committed."
Perry's spokesperson denied that he was the "author of the text." There's just one flaw in the text: "Rick Perry," showing his signature.
Incredible: Rick Perry denied sending text messages to Mark Meadows with suggestions about reversing the election results, except that he signed one of his text messages "Rick Perry" with his phone number.
Molly Hensley-Clancy (@mollyhc)
Complete with a random quotation, the whole text is written:
We have a data driven program that can clearly show where the fraud was committed. This is the silver bullet. Pam Biondi has seen and accepts it!! Rick Perry
Chris Cillizza of CNN described how Perry could not be the person who sent a text from his own phone:
So, to begin believing Rick Perry's initial denials, you must begin believing:
1. Someone received Perry's phone without him knowing it.
2. Meadows was repeatedly approached by the same person about possible victory plans.
3. That person, who is acoustic, signed the texts "Rick Perry."
You may think that, or you may believe that Rick Perry's phone and signed "Rick Perry" text were actually from Rick Perry.