Michele Bachmann is not letting Nov. 3 go.

The dean of Regent University’s school of government told War Room Wednesday she is working with lawyers, political scientists, and others on how to combat the “coup” that took place installing Joe Biden.

“I don’t think we should accept it,” Bachmann said. “And I don’t think we should live with it the way it is.”

“I don’t think we should allow a coup, because that’s what this was a hostile takeover of a government — an illegal hostile takeover,” she said.

Bachmann held a seven hour conference detailing election fraud last month, and is planning a mock trial to air the legal argument to the public.

“I’m not just going to accept this,” she said. “I don’t think we should accept this dog dish of voter fraud and a stolen election and just stand around and talk about 2 years from now.”

Bachmann said it was “grand theft larceny” and is working with experts to “figure out what we can legitimately do about it.”


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