TRUMP SHREDS CHEATERS, POINTS TO ‘MASSIVE’ AND ‘INCONTESTABLE’ EVIDENCE OF ELECTION FRAUD
Donald Trump wrote in a statement on his own Truth social media,
“Isn’t it INCREDIBLE that the people who Cheated, Rigged, and Stole the 2020 Presidential Election, for which there is massive and incontestable evidence and proof (and now even the Wisconsin Supreme Court just ruled that Ballot Boxes, which are impossible to control & easy to cheat with, are ILLEGAL!), are totally protected from harm (the FIX is in!), and the people that caught them cheating are being investigated.”
Donald Trump said Tuesday that there is “overwhelming and incontrovertible evidence” of “fraud” and “rigging” in the 2020 presidential election.
Democratic lawmakers are investigating Trump and Republicans to prove or disprove the same statements made by Donald Trump. However, despite evidence pointing to Democrats benefiting from “rigging” the 2020 election.
But now the January 6 committee on the matter continues to claim that Trump staged the Capitol riots and attempted to overthrow the US government after the November election.
At the same time, Republicans have watched as Democrats and the media refuse to acknowledge or debate evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.
In a statement on Tuesday, Donald Trump noted how “unbelievable” it is that Democrats are “totally immune from harm” while “those who were the victims of their fraud are being investigated.”
Trump’s warning words were: “Someday soon this will change, or we won’t have a country!”
The 45th president also cited the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Friday ruling that missing drop boxes are illegal in his statement on social justice.
D’Souza responded by saying, “The dominoes are starting to fall.” Many Republicans believe the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling represents an important step in efforts to examine what went wrong in the 2020 election and prevent future election integrity problems.
The question is whether states will do something about the “enormous” evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election or “really sit back and do nothing,” Donald Trump said after the court’s ruling was released.
Other Republicans like MyPilo CEO Mike Lindell believe that based on evidence and court rulings of voter fraud in the 2020 election, states should void the 2020 election results.
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