President Trump released a blistering statement combatting claims made by “RINO” South Dakota Sen. Mike Rounds who claimed that Trump had in fact lost the 2020 election despite Trump’s claims to the contrary.
Trump, who once endorsed Rounds for Senate, promised to never endorse Rounds again following his tv appearance on ABC News’ This Week in which Rounds claimed “The election was fair—as we’ve seen. We simply did not win the election as Republicans for the presidency.”
President Trump fired back at Rounds by saying, “’Senator’ Mike Rounds of the Great State of South Dakota just went woke on the Fraudulent Presidential Election of 2020. He made a statement this weekend on ABC Fake News, that despite massive evidence to the contrary, including much of it pouring in from Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other states, he found the election to be ok—just fine.”
“Is he crazy or just stupid?” Trump asked.
“The numbers are conclusive, and the fraudulent and irregular votes are massive,” he continued. “The only reason he did this is because he got my endorsement and easily won his state in 2020, so now he thinks he has time, and those are the only ones, the weak, who will break away. Even though his election will not be coming up for 5 years, I will never endorse this jerk again.”
The 45th president concluded by saying, “The Radical Left Democrats and RINOS, like ‘Senator’ Mike Rounds, do not make it easy for our Country to succeed. He is a weak and ineffective leader, and I hereby firmly pledge that he will never receive my Endorsement again!”
Rounds contended that “As a part of our due diligence, we looked at over 60 different accusations made in multiple states. While there were some irregularities, there were none of the irregularities which would have risen to the point where they would have changed the vote outcome in a single state.”
However, it is not exactly clear what specific “accusations” Rounds is referring to. Neither is how thoroughly they were investigated.
Republicans like Sen. Rounds have been accused by some conservatives of being a tool for the mainstream media to advance their anti-Trump narrative when it is convenient to do so.
Similar accusations have been leveled by conservatives against Republican Sens. Liz Cheney and Mitt Romney.
Romney voted to convict Trump in his impeachment trial, and Liz Cheney has been the leading Republican attacking Trump on mainstream media sites over the events of Jan. 6.
Trump has had harsh words for the Wyoming representative who he called “a smug fool,” adding that “the great State of Wyoming, together with the Republican Party, fully understands her act. To look at her is to despise her. Hopefully, she will continue down this unsustainable path and she will soon be gone!”