Larry Ellison was in a phone conversation with Sean Hannity and Lindsey Graham to discuss the annulment of the election results

According to a report by The Washington Post. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Fox News host Sean Hannity, Donald Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow and True the Vote lawyer James Bopp Jr. also participated in the call.

As reported by To post, details of the appeal surfaced in a court filing associated with a legal battle between True the Vote, a nonprofit that promotes baseless allegations of voter fraud, and Fair Fight, an advocacy organization. voting rights led by Georgian politician Stacey Abrams. Last year, Fair Fight filed a lawsuit against True the Vote, alleging the group attacked voter eligibility in Georgia.

“Jim was on the phone tonight with Jay Sekulow, Lindsey O. Graham, Sean Hannity and Larry Ellison,” True the Vote co-founder Catherine Engelbrecht wrote in an email seen by the To post. “He explained the work we were doing and they asked for a preliminary report as soon as possible, to use to rally their troops internally, so that’s what I’m working on now.” The email has been posted on Twitter by Puck journalist Teddy Schleifer as well.

An anonymous participant in the call also confirmed to To post that Ellison was on the call and indicated that Graham may have been the one who invited him. The source allegedly assumed that the head of technology was brought in to discuss unsubstantiated allegations that the voting machines used during the election somehow interfered with the results. When asked why Graham may have invited Ellison to the call, Graham’s spokesman Kevin Bishop told the To post “Probably because Ellison supported Trump.” The edge contacted Oracle with a request for comment, but did not immediately respond.

Although Ellison stepped down as CEO of Oracle in 2014, he is still the company’s chief technology officer and remains executive chairman. In February 2020, Ellison hosted a major fundraiser for Trump and also worked closely with the former president to gather information on trial data associated with unproven antimalarial drugs in the treatment of COVID-19. . Most recently, Ellison donated $15 million to a super PAC that backs Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), who has expressed an interest in being Trump’s running mate in the 2024 presidential election.

Ellison is also the biggest supporter of Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter, pledging $1 billion to the cause. In the past, Ellison has called Musk a “very close friend” and even joined Tesla’s board in 2018.


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