On January 6th, Dr. John Eastman went on with Rudy Giuliani and spoke to over half a million patriots in Washington DC at the ‘Stop the Steal Rally.’
This was before President Trump spoke to the crowd.
And it was hours before rogue elements stormed the US Capitol over a mile away.
The crowd of several hundred thousand cheered Dr. Eastman and his remarks on election fraud.
Dr Eastman shared the following:
…The old way was to have a bunch of ballots sitting on a box on the floor and when you needed more you pulled them out in the dark of night. They put those ballots in a secret folder in the machines, sitting there waiting until they know how many they needed… “
Dr. Eastman went on to share that the machine then matches the un-voted ballots with the un-voted voter and put them together in the machine. Eastman concludes:
We saw it happen in real time last night and it happened on November 3rd as well.”
WE CAUGHT THEM Election fraud captured live in last night’s Senate election in Georgia pic.twitter.com/YWQL8hDsd8
— Catherine (@catherinedbay) January 6, 2021
After the riots at the US Capitol Dr. John Eastman was fired from his position as law professor at Chapman University.
According to a group of current and former law students Dr. Eastman was wrongly smeared and attacked for allegedly inciting violence at the US Capitol hours later.
Today Dr. Eastman will speak out.
Dr. John Eastman, the Director of the Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, will hold a news conference to discuss his representation of Donald Trump in election challenges, his subsequent suspension by the University of Colorado Boulder from his duties as the Visiting Scholar of Conservative Thought and Policy, and a new legal development in the overall controversy.
Time: April 29, 2021 | 12:00pm MDT
Location: Available via Eventbrite registration
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On what should have been his last day of classes, Dr. John Eastman, the 2020-21 Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, will hold a news conference to address the University’s cancellation of his classes and suspension of his other duties, the University’s violation of his constitutional rights to freedom of speech and due process, the defamatory statements made about him by a number of University officials, and the filing by Eastman’s retained counsel of a Notice of Claim, a statutory prerequisite to the initiation of litigation against the University.