Trump: Democrats ‘rigging the Election’ is ‘the actual conspiracy to defraud the United States’

President Trump drew attention to election fraud on Friday in a new statement made through his Save America PAC, highlighting widespread and highly determinative data in several battleground states.

“The actual conspiracy to defraud the United States was the Democrats rigging the Election, and the Fake News Media and the Unselect Committee covering it up,” he said. “Few things could be more fraudulent, or met with more irregularities, than the Presidential Election of 2020.”

Proponents of election integrity are well aware of the countless reports of fraud and election irregularities in the U.S. in the 2020 presidential election. President Trump boldly pointed out the latest election findings by Wisconsin special counsel Justice Michael Gableman, who has been investigating reports of fraud for months.

Trump stated: “…the special counsel in Wisconsin called for the decertification of the 2020 Election because of massive illegality, including election bribery, and the preying on the elderly for votes, which resulted in fraud of ’95-100 percent turnout,’ an impossibility, in at least 91 nursing homes.”

Previously, RSBN reported on an explosive informational hearing held on election fraud in Wisconsin in February that identified shocking irregularities and data.

For example, auditors identified more than 50,000 fraudulent phantom votes and 1.5 million illegal voter registrations. It’s also important to note that Joe Biden allegedly “won” the state of Wisconsin in 2020 by just 20,682 votes, therefore making these margins of fraudulent ballots even more impactful.

Additionally, President Trump cited the following data in his lengthy statement, which touched on several different critical pieces of data relating to election fraud:

  • 204,430 mail-in ballots had mismatched signatures in Arizona,
  • 740,000 mail-in ballots in Arizona broke chain of custody,
  • 95-100 percent turnout in Wisconsin nursing homes (an impossibility),
  • 240 ballot harvesters were caught in Georgia and multiple states dumping ballots and identified as part of nationwide “ballot trafficking” scheme.

Further, President Trump pointed out that while evidence of election fraud stacks up around the country, the mainstream media refuses to cover the facts regarding the compromised presidential election. Instead, the media, according to the 45th president, obsessively covers the partisan investigations of the Unselect Committee for Jan. 6:

“The evidence is monumental but the Unselect Committee of politically partisan hacks, and someone who had a steaming hot affair with a Chinese spy, hides the facts. Judges and even justices of the United States Supreme Court, are afraid to even look, as was the Attorney General of the United States, who was so petrified of being held in contempt or being impeached by the Democrats, which they were constantly threatening him with, that he was virtually a broken man who allowed for the systemic violation of election laws and other things to take place.”

President Trump
President Trump’s complete statement.

He also pointed out that the reason the Jan. 6 Capitol protests occurred was that “millions of people in our Country know the election was Rigged and Stolen.” Even more importantly, Trump added he is leading in every poll as a potential 2024 presidential candidate.

“The Unselect Committee’s sole goal is to try to prevent President Trump, who is leading by large margins in every poll, from running again for president, if I so choose,” said the 45th president. “By so doing they are destroying democracy as we know it.”

However, Trump concluded his thoughts on an optimistic note, reiterating his belief that the enemy’s “lies and Marxist tactics” will not work; and no one will stop the America First movement.

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