- Nov 14, 2011
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Yes, he said that after it was reported hd recanted. And it was reported he recanted because he admitted he didn't hear everything he claimed in his sworn affidavit; and said "at this point" he won't swear to it.and what did he say later on about that???LOLthanks for your edited version of events,,,Liar...he didnt recant,,Like the one from the USPS who recanted his sworn affidavit the moment it colided with scrutiny? Those affidavits may be evidence but you're not proof.He demonstrated the fraud. They have over 250 signed affidavits (some from actual poll workers) of fraud they witnessed. He showed how one county got 1,800 absentee ballot requests, and 2,500 were returned. Instances of people going to the poll only to be denied their right to vote because somebody filled out a mail in ballot in their name and sent it in.When asked for Evidence, Rudy didn't have a single one. So don't blame it on the courts. Blame it on the Party of the Rump 3 ring Circus. And it's not a tough call on the SC, the lower courts have done exactly what they should be doing and that leaves nothing for the SC to rule on.
Now, get ready for that walk of shame that some of us did over 2 years ago.
"I didn't specifically overhear the whole story. I just heard a part of it," Hopkins said in the recording. "And I could have missed a lot of it.""My mind probably added the rest. I understand that," he said at another point, adding: "All it is is hearsay, and that's the worst part."When an agent asked Hopkins in the recording if he would still swear to the affidavit's claim that the postmaster "was back-dating ballots," he replied: "At this point? No."
Those quotes from Richard Hopkins are all in that link I posted. He recanted. He admitted what he heard is hearsay and incomplete and his own mind probably filled in some details. Even worse, when asked if he still swears to the affidavit he signed, he said, "at this point, no."
"NO I didnt recant"