An attorney for the Trump 2020 campaign completely humiliated himself and wound up being mocked on social media for a legal filing he made in the state of Georgia on Friday in which he ended his filing by stating that he was making his assertions “under plenty of perjury” instead of under penalty of perjury.
Of course, when you consider that neither Trump or any of his so-called lawyers have yet to provide a shred of evidence proving anything was wrong with the election, “plenty of perjury” would indeed be accurate, though it might not impress too many judges.
Wood was excoriated on Twitter, especially by legal experts. Take a look:
In an effort to enter the Bar Association’s Self-Own Hall of Fame, Lin Wood files Georgia election fraud complaint “under plenty of perjury” pic.twitter.com/aUP2MgZK9j
— Nathaniel Persily (@persily) December 19, 2020
“Under plenty of perjury.”
— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) December 19, 2020
— Anthony Michael Kreis (@AnthonyMKreis) December 19, 2020
— Kripa Upadhyay (@KripaUpadhyay77) December 19, 2020
Let’s take him at his word.
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) December 19, 2020
In the Freudian slip of the year, Lin Wood’s verification in his latest election lawsuit says that it is made “under plenty of perjury.” pic.twitter.com/Qf8ZKBtx9Y
— Michael Li 李之樸 (@mcpli) December 19, 2020
We do the BEST perjury!! 😂🤣
— Chris Pierdominici (@nhmtnbkr1) December 19, 2020
So Lin Wood just submitted an election fraud complaint in Georgia.
And states “plenty of perjury”.
Proceeds to VERIFY said document with a wet signature.
At least he’s telling us upfront he’s perjuring himself.
This is pure gold….
— BlessYourHeart💙🌊 (@BigBritchesYall) December 19, 2020
It’s the most honest admission so far in any of post-election filings.
— Mark Barrington (@MarkBarrington2) December 19, 2020
It’s even funnier that the document is titled VERIFICATION
— Blasine Astolat (@BlasineA) December 19, 2020
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