“If you’re trying to overthrow the government, who tweets about it? Every single one of these alternate electors tweeted in real time with pictures and selfies, here’s our alternate electors. That’s a rather weird way to overthrow the government.
“It was obviously a publicity stunt and part of it was also like, hey, if there is irregularities here’s the electors. And there’s two components of it, and John Eastman talked about it on our program; component number one is that how these elections themselves were conducted were illegally conducted because they changed election law without going through the state legislature.
“So they sent alternate electors saying the entire election itself might be invalidated as an illegal exercise. The second of which, is there enough quote-unquote fraud or irregularities of ballot signatures, mass mail-in balloting, all this stuff.
“It was an open question and that is the core of all of this. You live in a free society when you can ask questions. Even dumb questions.
“You remember when you grew up you said there’s no such thing as a dumb question, we used to teach our kids that, there’s no such thing as a dumb question. Now a bad question or a wrongthink question can land you in prison for 515 years.” – Charlie Kirk.