Did Chief Justice Roberts call Donald Trump a 'motherf****r' on phone call? Truth behind Lin Wood's claims

Wood, in a tweet to his 800,000-plus Twitter followers, insinuated that CJ Roberts also said that Trump could not be allowed to have another term


                            Did Chief Justice Roberts call Donald Trump a 'motherf****r' on phone call? Truth behind Lin Wood's claims
Lin Wood, Donald Trump and Chief Justice Roberts (Getty Images)

President Donald Trump's attorney, Lin Wood, in a tweet on Thursday, December 17, suggested that Chief Justice John Roberts called POTUS a "motherfu**er" during a phone call. Wood, in a tweet to his 800,000-plus Twitter followers, insinuated that CJ Roberts also said that Trump could not be allowed to have another term. 

"The People have list of questions for CJ Roberts based on bizarre votes on major cases starting with Obamacare. But let’s ask him just two: 1. Are you the John Roberts on Epstein flight logs? 2. Did you say about @realDonaldTrump “the mother f#*ker would never be re-elected," Wood, who has the QAnon hashtag “#WWG1WGA” in his Twitter bio, tweeted.

Wood, who had also recently called on Trump to declare martial law, further tweeted: "Answers to 2 simple questions below will tell We The People ALL we need to know about Chief Justice John Roberts. We The People are entitled to answers. You work for us, Justice Roberts. Answer these questions. They will not go away. You cannot fly TRUTH away on Epstein jet."



 

 



 

 

The attorney, in the following tweet, also claimed that Justice Stephen Breyer was also in on the conspiracy against Trump. "In discussing @realDonaldTrump in phone conversation in 8/19, Justice John Roberts stated that he would make sure ‘the mother f#*ker would never be re-elected,” the tweet said. “Roberts engaged in phone conversations with Justice Stephen Breyer discussing how to work to get Trump voted out."  Wood, however, did not provide any evidence to support his claims. Wood, instead, suggested that there was "documentation" in the hands of third parties regarding the claims he was making. 



 

 

"The documentation of my claims about Justices Roberts & Breyer has been placed in hands of several third parties. When one cannot attack message, all too often messenger is attacked,” Wood said. “But TRUTH cannot be denied. It cannot be destroyed. I have made sure of that TRUTH.”



 

 

Wood's accusations against Justice Robert comes days after he urged Republican voters in Georgia to hold off their ballots for the party senators in key runoff elections in January, till they are found to be doing enough to help Trump overturn the election results. President Trump, over a month after Election Day (November 3) had still not conceded to President-elect Joe Biden despite the latter being declared the official winner of the 2020 presidential elections by the Electoral College earlier this week.

Wood, 68, said in a tweet mentioning the two Georgia Senators, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, that they did not deserve the voters' backing in the special election until they also joined the demand for action against the so-called ‘voter fraud’ in the Peach State. 



 

 

“Politicians love votes & money (not necessarily in that order). Want to get @SenLoeffler & @sendavidperdue out of their basements to demand that action must be taken to fix steal of the 11/3 GA election? Threaten to withhold your votes & money. Demand that they represent you,” Wood, who is best known for defending Richard Jewell in the Atlanta Olympics (1996) bomb threat case, tweeted. 

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