President Trump takes to Twitter with a ‘protest’ warning ahead of Electoral Vote

Electors in 50 state capitals and Washington, D.C. will be gathering on Monday to cast their formal votes for president in the 2020 election, and President Donald Trump made it clear in a series of tweets Sunday that he is protesting the outcome.

The corrupt media establishment is certain to characterize the tweets as a last-grasp maneuver, but they took on more of a tone of frustration expected from someone who feels they have been cheated from something of great value they’ve rightfully earned.

 

With the clock now running out on convincing a court, the president took to Twitter to push his allegations of “massive voter fraud,” warning swing states impacted by these fraudulent votes risk committing a severely punishable crime if they legally certify their vote.

“Swing States that have found massive VOTER FRAUD, which is all of them, CANNOT LEGALLY CERTIFY these votes as complete & correct without committing a severely punishable crime,” Trump tweeted. “Everybody knows that dead people, below age people, illegal immigrants, fake signatures, prisoners, and many others voted illegally.

Naming Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere, the president charged that these “illegally-“cast votes were enough to sway the winner in each of the respective states.

“In all Swing State cases, there are far more votes than are necessary to win the State, and the Election itself. Therefore, VOTES CANNOT BE CERTIFIED. THIS ELECTION IS UNDER PROTEST!” he tweeted.

The media will proclaim Monday’s Electoral College vote marks the end of Trump’s legal challenges to contest an election marred by irregularities — this being the same media that has had zero intellectual curiosity about those claims and have made no effort whatsoever to report on them.

From the moment it appeared that Joe Biden won, they have worked feverishly to dispel any notions of voter fraud, repeating the now-familiar refrain of there being “no evidence,” as they refuse to report on the Trump campaign’s findings.

President Trump was interviewed earlier in the day at the Army-Navy game at West Point by Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade, who asked about the Supreme Court turning down the lawsuit filed by Texas challenging the outcome of the election in several key battleground states.

 

“It’s not over,” Trump vowed. “We keep going. We’ll continue to go forward. We have numerous local cases — some of the states that got rigged and robbed from us. We won every one of them. We won Pennsylvania. We won Michigan. We won Georgia by a lot.”

Kilmeade asked the president if he was worried about the country being divided if he continues to challenge the outcome up to the inauguration of Biden.

“I worry about the country having an illegitimate president, that is what I worry about,” Trump replied. “A president that lost, and lost badly. This was not like a close election. Look at Georgia, we won Georgia big, we won Pennsylvania big. We won Wisconsin big —  we won it big. Won all of these states.”

When asked if his legal team has proven those claims, the president said, “We never get a chance, they say you don’t have standing.”

Tom Tillison

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