President Trump, with only a handful of congressional representatives coming out in support, is single-handedly having to defend the Republic from massive election theft.
He spoke yesterday from the White House, explaining the overwhelming amount of “evidence” that exists, and promised not to the let election be stolen, despite continued efforts to do so.
President Donald Trump promised Thursday to level significant legal action to challenge elections in important swing states after watching his margin of victory whittled away by late-counted ballots for Vice President Joe Biden.
“We think there’s going to be a lot of litigation because we have so much evidence, so much proof, it’s going to end up perhaps at the highest court in the land, you’ll see,” he said. “We think there’ll be a lot of litigation, because we cannot have an election stolen like this.”
The president spoke to reporters at the White House press briefing, demanded transparency in the process, and casting doubt on the Democrat-run voting systems.
“We want every legal vote counted, and I want every legal vote counted,” he said. “We want openness and transparency – no secret count rooms, no mystery ballots, no illegal votes being cast after Election Day.”
The president said he correctly predicted that mail-in ballots opened the election up to fraud and that they would challenge the results.
“Democrat officials never believed they could win this election honestly. I really believe that that’s why they did the mail-in ballots, where there is tremendous corruption and fraud going on,” Trump said.
The president said that there were a lot of “shenanigans” in the election, complaining about electoral workers turning away Trump election observers or keeping them away from watching the ballot counts.
“If you count the legal votes, I easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us,” Trump said.
The president berated the pollsters for falsely predicting that he would lose the election, accusing them of knowingly doing so to suppress the Republican vote.
He also cast doubt on the voting systems being run by Democrats, accusing them of blocking his votes.
“The voting apparatus of those states are run in all cases by Democrats,” Trump said. “We were winning all the key locations by a lot actually, and then our numbers started miraculously getting whittled away in secret.”
Detroit and Philadelphia, he warned, had a history of corruption in their cities and that casts doubt on the results. Certain locations, Trump said, stopped counting or submitted large chunks of ballots in the early morning hours of the election.
The president said that his team had collected “horror stories” of voting discrepancies, suggesting that he would reveal them to the public.
“Our goal is to defend the integrity of the election. We will not allow the corruption to steal such an important election or any election for that matter,” he said.
All The major news networks (like in a totalitarian regime) cut away from the president’s remarks.
The three major news networks — ABC, CBS, and NBC — all cut away from President Donald Trump during a press briefing on Thursday evening in which he was discussing his view of the 2020 election results, including the presidential race.
Trump said: “If you count the legal votes, I easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us.” The Biden campaign likewise claimed Wednesday that it “won,” though Joe Biden himself has put that in future tense.
The president detailed Republican successes in the election — and irregularities in the vote count in several places.
MSNBC cut away — followed by the three “alphabet” networks.
WOW. NBC, ABC, CBS all dipped out. https://t.co/rNxzQenzbn
— Danny Freeman (@DannyEFreeman) November 5, 2020
Trump reminded reporters — who remained in the White House briefing room — that he had been leading in several states by wide margins on Election Day, and that his lead had been “whittled” down as mailed-in ballots had been counted in cities. He predicted that there would be “a lot of litigation” before the final result was known, because of large-scale vote-by-mail.
The president concluded by saying he would leave the final outcome of the race to be made by the courts: “It’s not a question of who wins — Republican, Democrat, Joe, myself. We can’t let that happen to our country. We can’t be disgraced by having something something like this happen. So it will be hopefully cleared up, maybe soon, I hope soon. But it will probably go through a process, a legal process. And as you know, I’ve claimed certain states, and he’s claiming states, and we can both claim the states, but ultimately I have a feeling judges are going to have to rule. But there have been a lot of shenanigans and we can’t stand for that in our country. Thank you very much.”
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 6, 2020