President Donald Trump said Tuesday there is “massive and incontestable evidence” of the 2020 presidential election being “cheated” and “rigged.”
In a statement on Truth Social, Trump wrote:
“Isn’t it INCREDIBLE that the people who Cheated, Rigged, and Stole the 2020 Presidential Election, for which there is massive and incontestable evidence and proof (and now even the Wisconsin Supreme Court just ruled that Ballot Boxes, which are impossible to control & easy to cheat with, are ILLEGAL!), are totally protected from harm (the FIX is in!), and the people that caught them cheating are being investigated.”
Trump’s comments highlight the fact that Democrat lawmakers are investigating Trump and Republicans, despite evidence pointing toward Democrats benefitting from a “rigged” 2020 election. The Jan. 6 Committee continues to claim Trump caused the Capitol riot and attempted to overthrow the U.S. government after the November election.
At the same time, Republicans have witnessed how the Democrats and news media refuse to acknowledge or debate the evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Evidence of widespread voter fraud has been presented by Dinesh D’Souza in his documentary film “2000 Mules,” by True the Vote, and by state election audits. Despite having access to this information, the media continues to push the Democrats’ investigation into Trump’s administration and protect the Biden administration.
In his statement Tuesday, Trump pointed out how “incredible” it is that the Democrats “are totally protected from harm” while “the people that caught them cheating are being investigated.”
Trump warned, “Someday soon this will change, or we won’t have a Country anymore!”
D’Souza responded by saying, “Dominoes are starting to fall.” Many Republicans believe the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling represents a crucial step in the efforts to examine what happened in the 2020 election and prevent future election integrity issues.
Other Republicans like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell believe that based on the evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election and the court’s ruling, states should decertify the 2020 election results.
As Trump said after the court’s ruling was released, the question is whether states will do something about the “massive” evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election or “sit back and do nothing.”