Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio.
During the second hour, Carmichael discussed the election laws that were passed by legislation and the Governor of Pennsylvania citing that the only way they would be brought into law was through a change in the state’s constitution. He later discussed the significance of the safe harbor federal law and the concept of voter suppression related to such election law changes.
Leahy: We are joined by the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael. Good morning Crom.
Carmichael: Good morning Michael. How are you, sir?
Leahy: Well, you stay up a little bit later than I do on Sunday nights. I would like to watch Mark Levin. He’s on Fox I think at what seven o’clock central.
Carmichael: (Chuckles) Something like that.
Leahy: I go to bed early I try to okay.
Carmichael: Well Mark Levin covered in great detail and I want to give a shout-out to our caller last week. I believe he was from Fairview, but he said that the fight should continue because I have more or less than I think Biden is going to be our next president, even though I believe he stole the election. And one of our callers took exception to that and said that the fight should continue. And so Mark Levin explained what’s going on in Pennsylvania. And he explained it in a way that I had heard. And so I had some facts.
I’m not going to say that my facts were incorrect. But they weren’t complete. There’s a better way of saying it. And so here’s what here’s what’s happened in Pennsylvania. In October of 2019, the legislature passed a bill that changed the voting laws in Pennsylvania to allow this mail-in voting or mail-out voting as I call it. The governor signed it. But under the constitution of Pennsylvania, the only way the election law can be changed is to change the constitution. So the legislature itself acted unconstitutionally. And and the governor in signing an unconstitutional…
Leahy: Democratic Governor.
Carmichael: Democratic governor. Now the state court and the state supreme court has ruled that what they did was constitutional.
Leahy: The partisan hack Democrats in the Pennsylvania state supreme court.
Carmichael: Yes. Yes. And I’m just going to call them partisan hacks because (Leahy laughs) anyone who just takes a the constitution of any state or federal and then just ignores what it says…And by the way, we never had a chance here in Tennessee back in the 80s and 90s to test once again at the state supreme court level here in Tennessee, whether or not a state income tax was constitutional.
But if you’ll recall there were a whole bunch of writings and what not claiming that even though the constitution had not been amended here in Tennessee it was constitutional. But I go backward but let me continue forward here. A person who lost a congressional race has now sued claiming that the legislature had no right to change the constitution.
Leahy: He has standing. Mike Kelly.
Carmichael: Mike Kelly has standing and that was key because then the state supreme court said no, you’re too late.
Leahy: Hold it. If he had a standing how can you be too late?
Carmichael: Well that that that’s what political hacks do. They just come up with an excuse. Now the if he had sued prior to and he hadn’t lost yet, then they would have claimed he didn’t have standing because he hadn’t been damaged.
Carmichael: Now he’s been damaged and now he’s too late. And by the way, I skipped a part. There was a judge at a lower level than the state supreme court who put an injunction or a stay and said you can’t until this court case is resolved because Mark Kelly is likely to win. So put a stay on Mike Kelly. Put a stay on where they accredited the election certification. Now Alito has said because he’s the Supreme Court Justice over Pennsylvania, and so he has said you have until tomorrow morning.
Leahy: That’s Tuesday, December eighth.
Leahy: It’s an important date because it’s the ‘safe harbor’ date according to federal law.
Carmichael: Yes, because before I came in you explained very well that in fact the safe harbor date is not a constitutional date and it was the legislative date passed in the year I was born. 1948.
Leahy: It’s old. (Laughter)
Carmichael: It’s very old. It needs to take (Laughter) What you have is you have a congressional seat which is a federal who is now suing and so now it becomes a federal case. And so I think it’s going to be very very interesting to see if this case goes to the Supreme Court of the United States because the difference for me in all of this is, first of all, I claimed that the Secretary of State when outside of his or her rights in Pennsylvania by not keeping faith with the legislation that had been passed in October.
It turns out the legislation itself that was passed was unconstitutional because it’s the States Supreme Court that has very specific language on how you go about changing election laws. And they didn’t follow that procedure. And so so Pennsylvania is very much in doubt. Now based on what you said about the December eighth deadline being more of a…
Carmichael: Yes, that there’ll be other states now that might very well come into play. Because there was also a gentleman on Mark Levin last night whose name escapes me right now….Patrick Basham.
Leahy: Patrick Basham. I know Patrick Basham. He is the pollster for the Democracy Institute, which does polling. They are based in D.C. They are an English, UK, and American think tank. I’ve written several stories about his polls at Breitbart.
Carmichael: Okay. Well, he was on and he pointed out that Biden’s victory is due to very specific spikes in voting patterns in very specific precincts.
Leahy: All of which by the way got money from Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Technology and Civic life to get the vote out and to build these drop boxes.
Carmichael: Yes. And so so when you say to get the vote out, I’m going to push back on that. This was stuffing ballot boxes with illegal votes. That’s what this was. And because you don’t get the vote out in these seven very specific cities that were all crucial cities for Biden to win. And so Biden himself, you know, he kind of spilled the beans one day when he’s giving a press conference. And he said that the Democrat Party had the most inclusive and diverse voter fraud operation in history.
Leahy: He said that.
Carmichael: He actually said that.
Leahy: He said that. It is an inclusive and diverse voter fraud.
Carmichael: It is all those things. And that’s exactly what he said.
Carmichael: It was. And there wasn’t any pushback from anybody.
Leahy: A very inclusive voter fraud operation Mr. President-Elect.
Carmichael: And people in the media, they are not stupid. And they have to know the media the organism, the institution of the media, this is frightening. Frightening that the institution of the media has become so partisan that it is also dishonest. That is also willing to throw in with it as Biden expressed it the most diverse and inclusive voter fraud operation in history.
Leahy: Well, they want to praise their excellence at voter fraud. (Laughs)
Carmichael: That’s it. It’s not over yet. But regardless of the outcome, there will be books written that give details of these specific spikes and these specific spikes. And these specific spikes were not just in voter so-called voter turnout. If Trump won the Black vote for example nationally. If he 112 percent of the Black vote nationally in these very specific places he only won six percent.
Leahy: How did that happen?
Carmichael: And so what I’m saying is that now Black people are having their votes suppressed through voter fraud. And voter fraud by the way is the most egregious form of voter suppression. It’s worse than any other form other than just saying because of the color of your skin, you don’t have the right to vote at all. So in this case what you have is you have people who went out whose votes are being suppressed just by having 100s of 1,000s of ballots that were not voted at all just stuffed into these drop boxes. And you talked about the chain of custody issue now.
Leahy: We’ve proven in Cobb County that at least 1,800 ballots put in drop boxes were picked up on one day and not delivered to the registrar of the votes until the following day. What happened that night with those votes?
Carmichael: Right. Exactly. Exactly.
Leahy: We will see.
Listen to the full second hour here:
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