President Trump makes first formal address on the presidential elections
UPDATED 11:41 AM PT – Thursday, December 3, 2020
President Trump made his first formal address regarding the November 3 elections. On Wednesday, the White House posted the President’s 45 minute speech on social media in which he detailed multiple instances of voting irregularities.
“In Wisconsin as an example, where we were way up on election night, they ultimately had us miraculously losing by 20,000 votes,” the President explained. “I can show you right here that Wisconsin, we’re leading by a lot and then at 3:42 in the morning there was this, it was a massive dump of votes, mostly Biden.”
Given the evidence of a lack of security in the 2020 elections, the President went on to suggest his political opponent is supported by something more sinister.
“The corrupt forces who are registering dead voters and stuffing ballot boxes are the same people who have perpetrated one phony and fraudulent hoax after another,” he stated. “You’ve been watching it now for four years., these entrenched interests oppose our movement because we put America first.”
The President has raised concerns Joe Biden seemed to take a backseat in campaigns, while insisting Democrat leaders knew the elections were over before they even began.
Statement by Donald J. Trump, The President of the United States
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President Trump also accused the Democrat establishment of taking advantage of the pandemic by making last minute changes to election procedure. and pushing for universal mail-in-voting.
‘This colossal expansion of mail-in voting opened the flood gates to massive fraud,” he stated. “It’s a widely known fact that the voting rolls are packed with people who are not lawfully eligible to vote, including those who are deceased, have moved out of their state and even our non-citizens of our country.”
From ineligible voters casting their ballots to cyber attacks, the President said the elections were riddled with voter fraud. He went on to warn similar instances might be seen in Georgia’s January runoffs.
This comes as Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are set to defend their seats in a race that is expected to determine which party will control the Senate. President Trump is expected to rally for the Georgia Republicans this weekend while his legal team continues to push for election integrity across the country.
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