President Donald Trump called out the Wall Street Journal’s editorial board for publishing a piece arguing that Americans should “ignore the blatant fraud that took place in Wisconsin 2020 election,” Trump said.
“The WSJ’s May 2, 2022 editorial argues that we should ignore the blatant fraud that took place in Wisconsin in the November 2020 election as detailed by former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman in his 136 page Preliminary Report issued on March 1, 2022,” the president stated via his Save America PAC Tuesday.
Like many states across the country, Wisconsin has undergone an extensive investigation into voter fraud allegations stemming from the 2020 election.
Former Wisconsin state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was appointed by the state Senate to lead a probe into allegations of criminal activity.
Following Gableman’s 136-page report to the Wisconsin State Assembly, which revealed damning voter discrepancies in the state, the former justice called on lawmakers to consider decertifying the 2020 election results.
“These issues are far from ‘ghosts’ as the editorial board claims,” Trump said. “Here is a link to the Report so that people can see it for themselves. I encourage everyone to read it.”
The WSJ’s article also comes after election integrity group True the Vote and conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza released a new documentary film unveiling reports of organized ballot trafficking schemes in crucial states during the 2020 election.
The film sold out in several theaters nationwide on its premiere day after Trump determinedly urged every American to see it.
“Voters know that unless we fix what happened in 2020, those who stole the 2020 election will try to do it again in 2022,” Trump continued. “Ignorance is not bliss. Sky high inflation, threats of World War III, and the invasion across our borders are a direct consequence of the stolen 2020 election. What happened in 2020 can never be allowed to happen again.”