President Trump took another swing at the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) this week over their “white-washed” coverage on Pennsylvania election fraud, once again accusing them of covering up the facts about what happened during the 2020 presidential election.
This comes after Trump called out the WSJ Editorial Board for downplaying the reports of election regularities that occurred in Pennsylvania: “Well, actually the election was rigged, which you, unfortunately, still haven’t figured out.”
His battle with the WSJ centers around the Editorial Board’s response to his initial letter that they published this week, in which he ripped them for denigrating the impact of overwhelming reports of election fraud in Pennsylvania.
“The Wall Street Journal just did a white-washed statement, Trump said, “so incorrectly, almost as incorrect as their views on tariffs against China, a country that has been ripping off the United States for years (not even including the disaster of the China Virus), trying to justify the fraud of an election in Pennsylvania, but also saying ‘even if’ we are right, ‘Mr. Trump would be two states short of victory.’”
Additionally, the WSJ appears to have taken a considerable amount of heat from their progressive readers, spurring them to publish an explanation of why they shared Trump’s letter to the Editorial Board in the first place.
Responding to the 45th president’s comments, they stated: “It’s difficult to respond to everything, and the asymmetry is part of the former President’s strategy. He tosses off enough unsourced numbers in 30 seconds to keep a fact-checker busy for 30 days. When one claim is refuted, Mr. Trump is back with two more.” In addition, they accused Trump of pulling election data from “amateur spelunking into voter data.”
President Trump, however, is no stranger to sparring with the mainstream media. He returned fire with another comprehensive list of election data that will likely infuriate the staff of the WSJ, who adamantly insist that the election was perfectly safe and secure, and that President Trump’s claims are “bananas.”
In addition, WSJ’s response letter even claimed that the Arizona 2020 presidential election audit, although it determinatively cited nearly 700,000 problematic mail-in ballots in Maricopa County alone, was a “dud.”
Further, the WSJ’s claim that Trump would still be “two states” short of presidential victory if he legitimately lost Pennsylvania appears to be debatable. “Wrong!” Trump responded. “We were only talking about Pennsylvania, we weren’t talking about other states, which are also wrapped up in large scale fraud or election improprieties.”
Trump highlighted several other key battleground states in the presidential election that have recently been investigated for voter fraud – and they have come up with shocking results. Here’s a short summary:
- 32,431 ballots missing information and 44,272 ballots without corresponding voter ID in Wisconsin alone (according to a new report from the Legislative Audit Bureau),
- 43,907 ballots from Facebook-funded drop boxes violated chain of custody requirements in Georgia,
- 289,866 absentee ballots sent to Michigan voters who never requested them,
- 17,322 duplicate ballots in Maricopa County, Ariz., along with 284,344 corrupted ballot images, and
- In Pennsylvania (as included in Trump’s previous fiery letter to the Editorial Board), 120,000 excess voters not accounted for by the PA Department of State (just one irregularity among a long list).
That’s just the beginning of the staggering findings from professional forensic investigators working in battleground states across the country. These statistics are hardly, as remarked upon by the WSJ, “amateur” spelunking into voter data.
Trump continued: “The Wall Street Journal does not properly refute the numbers in Pennsylvania and doesn’t even address the fact that there are still at least 120,000 excess voters not accounted for by the Pennsylvania Department of State, meaning more votes than voters!”
The overwhelming allegations of election fraud in Pennsylvania – and on a national level – have been consistently ignored by most news outlets like the WSJ, and if the subject is covered at all, it is usually labeled as a “conspiracy.” And yet, staggering evidence of election fraud is piling up across the country, posing one very important question: What’s next for proponents of election integrity, and more importantly, for President Trump?
Trump concluded his statement with a few final thoughts:
“For whatever reason, the Wall Street Journal is doing a complete cover-up of the facts and figures behind the 2020 Presidential Election. After having dealt with them and others in the media for 4 years as president, I have lost complete confidence in them. They don’t want the facts, but the people of our Country, and indeed the world, understand what is going on.”