President Donald Trump released a 48-minute video on Facebook Wednesday in which he lays out the evidence that he was damaged by voter fraud in a long-form format that goes deeper than any of his previous public comments on the situation.
In an uncharacteristic maneuver, the President used numerous infographic charts to demonstrate the suspect nature of late night ballot dumps for Biden in multiple swing states.
President Trump excoriated Detroit as “totally corrupt” during the section of the speech dedicated to Michigan.
“There is something wrong. I’ll tell you what’s wrong: voter fraud. Here’s an example, this is Michigan,” President Trump stated, holding up a chart displaying the spikes in Michigan ballots.
“At 6:31 in the morning, a vote dump of 149,772 votes came in, unexpectedly. We were winning by a lot. That batch was received in horror. Nobody knows anything about it… and then boom! I go from winning by a lot, to losing a tight race. It’s corrupt,” the President said. “Detroit is corrupt. I have a lot of friends in Detroit, they know it, but Detroit is totally corrupt.”
President Trump’s remarks on Detroit were roughly 15 minutes into the nearly hour long speech.
As National File reported earlier today, the President announced the release of the speech by posting a powerful two minute excerpt to Twitter:
President Donald Trump released an official Statement from the White House today to address his ongoing effort to “expose the tremendous voter fraud and irregularities” that took place on Election Day.
In a two-minute clip of the statement posted on President Trump’s Twitter account, the President begun by saying “This may be the most important speech I’ve ever made.”
“We used to have what was called ‘Election Day. Now we have “Election days, weeks and months, and lots of bad things happened during this ridiculous period of time, especially when you have to prove almost nothing to exercise our greatest privilege, the right to vote.”
The President proclaimed that the American election system is “now under coordinated assault and siege.” This comes after many instances of voter fraud and irregularities were reported during hearings held by state legislators in Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Michigan.
National File will continue to provide coverage of the President’s speech, which contained many bombshell findings and statements.