President Donald Trump was on fire during a Thursday night Save America rally in Sioux Falls, Iowa, lambasting the sorry state of election security in the United States by delivering a few knockout blows to the “rigged” election of 2020.
He said, “Just this week in Pennsylvania, [the] Supreme Court ruled in effect that the 2020 presidential election was rigged…they stated that the things that took place with the ballots in 2020 were not allowed. They weren’t allowed. ‘Oh, good, that means we won, right?’ No. But they refused to rule against invalidating the election.”
Trump was referring to the Pennsylvania state Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday that affirmed that undated ballots could not be counted in the upcoming midterm election on Nov. 8, per RSBN.
“So, they agree that it was rigged now,” Trump continued, referring to the 2020 presidential election.
He added that he was up by “a million votes at 10 o’clock in the evening” in 2020 in Pennsylvania. Joe Biden allegedly “won” the state several days later.
“In other words, I was right, and the court admitted that; but they said it only matters for future elections…” Trump derided. “This is a very unfair thing to your favorite president, but what the hell? …I’ve been treated so unfairly, what difference does it make at this point? Your favorite president – excuse me to all those young people – your favorite president got screwed! That’s what happened.”