Lin Wood Says The Judiciary System Has Been Compromised By The Chinese Communist Party

(PoliticalLookout.com)- Pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood, who continues his fight to ensure election integrity after substantial evidence of widespread election fraud in the 2020 election was revealed, said during an interview on Joshia Phillipp that the American judicial system is compromised by Chinese communists.

Wood, who alleges that the 2020 presidential election was impacted by domestic fraud as well as foreign interference, told Phillipp that courts have repeatedly dismissed evidence of fraud because judges have been threatened or compromised by the Chinese Communist Party.

It’s not the first time Wood has made shocking claims like this, and in recent days he has gone as far as directing his criticism towards the two Republican candidates in the Georgia Senate runoff race.

Wood suggested that the two Georgia senators should be arrested, saying that “real conservative senators” can be appointed about they are behind bars along with Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp.

Wood has even previously suggested that voters should boycott the Georgia runoff election owing to the fact it remains just as open to fraud and misconduct as the presidential election. It’s a suggestion quickly dismissed by President Donald Trump and Republicans across the country.

Despite his criticism of many Republicans, largely for their lack of support in the president’s efforts to secure election integrity, Wood said on Twitter over the weekend that he is confident that the fraud will be exposed and Joe Biden will not be the next president.

“I am confident that on January 20, 2021, @realDonaldTrump will be sworn in for his second term as President of the United States of America,” he said.

Wood’s comments remain controversial, as he even attacked White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Twitter, calling him “just another swamp rat.”

It’s hard to tell where Lin Wood really stands, but if his allegations are true, it’s the biggest scandal in American history.