Trump: ‘November 3 was the actual coup’

by Timothy Frudd

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President Donald Trump blasted the Jan. 6 committee’s continued fixation on pushing false narratives that the 45th president engaged in an ‘attempted coup’ in a statement released Tuesday.

Trump wrote, “While they say that January 6 was an ‘attempted coup,’ which it was not, they should add that the Election on November 3 was the actual coup.”

Tuesday’s statement is not the first time the 45th president has reminded Americans that the 2020 election was the “actual coup.” In December, Trump said, “The election was the insurrection.” He also clarified, “The January 6 day was not the insurrection, that was the ‘protest.'”

The argument Trump is making is based on the enormous evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election that is currently being investigated in multiple states. While the mainstream media has attempted to dismiss the evidence, Trump has refused to give up fighting for the integrity of U.S. elections.

In his statement Tuesday, Trump said, “All you have to do is look at the massive evidence in Swing States, available upon request (with much more to come).”

Calls to decertify the election have been raised by lawmakers across the nation as new evidence continues to be revealed through election audits. As Trump pointed out, the evidence is available to the American people, and more is expected to be released soon.

As evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election continues to be released to the American people, the liberal media and the Jan. 6 committee are increasing their attacks on the 45th president and any Americans involved in the Jan. 6 protest.

The treatment of any American citizens involved in the events of Jan. 6 has been nothing short of extreme, leading Trump to explain that if he wins another term in the White House, “We will treat those people from Jan. 6 fairly. We will treat them fairly. And if it requires pardons, we will give them pardons. Because they are being treated so unfairly.”

In the meantime, the Jan. 6 committee and Biden’s highly partisan Justice Department continue to push their investigations into Trump, his former staff members, and anyone else associated with the 45th president.

On Monday, Biden’s Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco promised to press on with the Jan. 6 probe. She added, “We are going to hold those perpetrators accountable, no matter where the facts lead us at as the Attorney General has said, no matter what level we will do those cases.”

While the left spends its time investigating the 45th president, the nation suffers under the failing policies of the Biden administration. Trump concluded his statement by referencing this, saying, “Our Country is paying a big price for that Rigged Election!”

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