Last Updated on December 2, 2020
President Trump concluded his 46 minute speech on election integrity posted to Facebook on Wednesday with a powerful series of declarations about the 2020 presidential election, and its impact on his legacy as the 45th President of the United States.
“This election is about great voter fraud. Fraud that has never been seen like this before,” President Trump stated. “It’s about poll watchers who were not allowed to watch. So illegal. It’s about ballots that poured in, nobody but a few knew where they came from, but they were counted, and they weren’t for me. It’s about big leads on election night, tremendous leads, leads where I was being congratulated for a decisive, easy victory, and all of a sudden by morning or a couple of days later, the leads rapidly evaporated. It’s about numbers of ballots that were sent, that nobody knows where they came from. It’s about machinery that was defective, machinery that was stopped during certain parts of the evening, miraculously to open with more votes. It was about many other things, but above all, it was about fraud.”
The President added, “This election was rigged, everybody knows it. I don’t mind if I lose an election, but I want to lose an election fair and square. What I don’t want to do is have it stolen from the American people. That’s what we’re fighting for, and we have no choice to be doing that. We already have the proof, we have the evidence, and it’s very clear.”
“Many smart people have congratulated me on all we’ve done,” President Trump said in conclusion. “The biggest tax cuts in history, regulation cuts, we rebuilt our military, we took care of our vets like never before, Space Force, and so much more. But they went on to say, ‘As big and important as these events were, the single greatest achievement in your Presidency will be exactly what you’re doing right now: Voter Integrity for our nation.’ It’s more important than any of the things that we discussed.”
The President’s concluding remarks come roughly 41 minutes into the 46 minute speech posted to Facebook.
National File will continue to provide coverage of the President’s speech, which contained many bombshell findings and statements.