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President Donald Trump released a lengthy 46-minute speech on social media Wednesday detailing his concerns about the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Calling it “the most important speech I’ve ever made,” the president said America’s election system “is now under coordinated assault and siege.”
The “assault,” he continued, is a product of Democrat efforts to take the alleged fraud they’ve been committing in major cities for decades and export it to the whole country.
“While it has long been understood that the Democrat political machine engages in voter fraud from Detroit to Philadelphia, to Milwaukee, Atlanta, so many other places, what changed this year was the Democrat Party’s relentless push to print and mail out tens of millions of ballots sent to unknown recipients with virtually no safeguards of any kind,” he said.
“This allowed fraud and abuse to occur on a scale never seen before. Using the pandemic as a pretext, Democrat politicians and judges drastically changed election procedures just months, and in some cases, weeks before the election on the 3rd of November.”
Listen to his whole speech below:
He added that “rarely were legislatures involved,” which is a problem because “constitutionally, they had to be involved.” Indeed though, by not involving them, the Democrats inadvertently made their efforts vulnerable to legal challenges.
In California, for instance, Gov. Gavin Newsom used executive power to implement universal mail-in ballots. The move was slammed in court last month:
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) November 16, 2020
“Many states, such as Nevada and California, sent millions of live ballots to every person on their voter rolls whether those individuals had requested ballots or not, whether they were dead or alive, they got ballots,” the president continued.
“Other states such as Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin, instituted universal absentee balloting right in the middle of an election year, sending absentee ballot requests forms to all voters on all rolls. It didn’t matter who they were.”
The president then argued that this “expansion of mail-in voting” opened the flood gates to “massive fraud.”
Though the media has tried to deny this, The New York Times itself confirmed in 2012 that mail-in votes “are less likely to be counted, more likely to be compromised and more likely to be contested than those cast in a voting booth.” Facts matter.
As one example of alleged fraud, he pointed to the massive ballot dump that reportedly occurred at 3:42 am on the morning immediately after Election Night.
“We were leading by a lot, and then at 3:42 in the morning, there was this, it was a massive dump of votes, mostly Biden, almost all Biden. To this day, everyone’s trying to figure out, ‘Where did it come from?'” he said.
Continuing his speech, the president then turned his attention to Dominion Voting Systems, the company that he and his attorneys have claimed switched votes from him to Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden.
“In one Michigan County, as an example, that used Dominion systems, they found that nearly 6,000 votes had been wrongly switched from Trump to Biden, and this is just the tip of the iceberg. This is what we caught. How many didn’t we catch?” he said.
“Are there 100s of other examples throughout the country? Are there 1000s? We just got lucky and they called it a glitch, but we found numerous glitches that evening.”
All of this is true, including attempts by election officials to downplay the gross error in Michigan by calling it a “glitch.” Yet voting machine experts cast down on this claim, arguing that the nature of the “glitch” “sounds like a technical design flaw.”
I’ve spent 30 years in IT as a developer, engineer and administrator but, I’ve NEVER seen software ACCIDENTALLY do anything. Michigan officials deny GOP’s claim that a software ‘glitch’ gave Republican votes to Dems, call it ‘accidental error’ https://t.co/nKzTpAMJj0
— Karl (@BMW_e38forever) November 7, 2020
“Dominion is a disaster. Election authorities in Texas have repeatedly blocked the deployment of Dominion systems due to concerns about security vulnerabilities and the potential for errors and outright fraud. Every district that uses Dominion systems must be carefully monitored and carefully investigated,” the president added.
In Texas, Dominion Voting Systems was turned down THREE TIMES for certification in state elections. It listed numerous reasons why the system had major security issues.
Dominion is now linked to voting irregularities in both MI & GA.
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 7, 2020
Another area of concern Trump maintained is the contrast between his allegedly poor performance versus the Republicans’ overall great performance.
“Under my lead, the Republicans won almost every statehouse in the United States, which they weren’t expected to do. We went up to 16 seats in the house. … It is statistically impossible that the person, me, that led the charge lost,” he said.
He then quoted an anonymous state house speaker who’d allegedly said to him, “Sir, I expected to lose my seat, and instead, because of you, and because of that incredible charge, and all of those rallies, we had a tremendous victory, and everybody knows it. You are much more popular than me, sir, except I got many more votes than you did, and it’s impossible that that happened. There is something wrong.”
Trump believes what’s wrong is voter fraud and that this wrong must be righted through a reversal of the 2020 presidential election results — either via a re-vote, which he doesn’t recommend or via him simply being coronated as the correct winner.
“It means you have to turn over the election. … Maybe you’ll have a re-vote, but I don’t think that’s appropriate. When those votes are corrupt, when they’re irregular, when they get caught, they’re terminated, and I very easily win. In all states, I very easily win,” he said.
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