Last Updated on November 29, 2020
During his nearly hour long appearance on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, President Donald Trump again presented his case for massive voter fraud that resulted in the attempted theft of the 2020 presidential election, and concluded with a message of defiance and persistence.
When asked by Bartiromo whether the President believes he will be able to prove the massive allegations of voter fraud in court, President Trump responded that he is “going to use 125% of my energy” in presenting his case to both the court system and the American people in the coming days.
“I’m going to use 125% of my energy to do it, you need a judge that’s willing to hear a case, you need a Supreme Court that’s willing to make a real big decision,” said President Trump, before adding that “It’s not like you’re going to change my mind, in other words my mind will not change in six months.”
TRUMP: I'm using "125% of my energy" to prove voter fraud.
"It's not like you're going to change my mind." pic.twitter.com/cMQKfef41r
— National File (@NationalFile) November 29, 2020
President Trump then warned that if the Republican Party decides to abandon him during this Constitutional crisis, the party will disenfranchise its voters and become a permanent victim of voter fraud, spelling the end of the party’s existence at a national level.
“The mail in vote is a disaster,” said President Trump. “If Republicans allow this to happen, you’ll never have another Republican elected in this country, at a Senate level or a Presidential or at a House level.”
The president seemed to allude that the Republican Party owes him for turning out the voters in key states that allowed the Republican Party to retain control of the Senate, at least until the January 5 election in Georgia, and gain seats in the House, despite pundits predicting the party would lose both.
“One thing that did happen, very interesting, we won all the State Houses. We won Congress, everything.” The President added, “We were supposed to lose seats, we didn’t lose one seat and we gained many.”
“I’m the only one. They say it’s statistically impossible. I led the charge, we won State Houses, we won Congress, we won the Senate. And I lost. They say it’s statistically impossible for that to happen.”