At a Georgia “Victory Rally” on Saturday night, President Donald Trump said that the Democrats “cheated” and “rigged our Presidential election” but added that “we will still win it.”
President Trump described how evidence of widespread voter fraud contributed to Joe Biden’s media-declared victory. “We are watching Democrats very very closely,” said the President. He added that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp needs to “get a lot tougher than he’s been.”
The President told his audience that the Democrats were “going to try to rig this election too.”
“They’re trying to convince us that we lost, we didn’t lose. They found a lot of ballots, to be nice about it, and they got rid of some too,” said President Trump.
BREAKING: The crowd at tonight's Trump Rally began chanting "STOP THE STEAL"
"They cheated and they rigged our presidential election but we will still win it," said President Trump. pic.twitter.com/kqeIOhsUuH
— National File (@NationalFile) December 6, 2020
President Trump also noted that he had the highest number of votes out of any incumbent President in American history. He also pointed out how he had won 18 out of 19 bellwether counties, adding that “nobody has ever lost with anything like that.”
“There’s never been numbers, where a President even came close to losing, but they say we lost. The only way is they stuffed the ballot box,” said President Trump. “This election was rigged and we can’t let it happen to two of the greatest, most respected people in Washington. We can’t let it happen again.”
When talking about election fraud, the President told Georgia voters that “everyone knows what took place.”
“Remember this, we had this massive race all over the country, so they could cheat in Georgia and people aren’t really watching it like they should, and you know again, all I can do is say ‘I’m running, win’ and then do a good job as President, that’s all. I don’t run the elections. I don’t run to see if people are walking in with suitcases and putting them under a table with a black robe around it. I don’t do that, that’s up to your government here, and for whatever reason, your Secretary of State and your Governor are afraid of Stacey Abrams,” said President Trump.