Last Updated on December 5, 2020
At the Saturday night “Victory Rally” in Georgia, President Donald Trump declared that he will not accept the results of the 2020 election due to widespread allegations of voter fraud and irregularities, adding that “If I lost, I’d be a very gracious loser. If I lost, I would say I lost, and I’d go to Florida, and I’d take it easy… But you can’t ever accept when they steal, and rig, and rob.”
“They don’t care. They’ll do anything to win. They’ll do anything to beat you. They don’t care. These people are sick. 17 points, and we actually won. Remember? So many of the states, I won every one of them, every one of these states, and by the way, the swing states that we’re all fighting over now, I won them all by a lot” said President Trump.
TRUMP: "If I lost, I'd be a very gracious loser. If I lost, I would say I lost, and I'd go to Florida, and I'd take it easy… But you can't ever accept when they steal, and rig, and rob."
The crowd began chanting "STOP THE STEAL" pic.twitter.com/A94ZmyRpcr
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The President went on to joke about how the mainstream media “fake news” will announce Joe Biden cabinet selections despite the evidence, ongoing litigation, election hearings, and various allegations surrounding the issue of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. “While the Democrats did try to steal the Presidency, they’re trying like hell. Do you ever notice the fake news?” said President Trump.
“You would’ve solved this problem in about two hours Sonny,” said President Trump to the Secretary of Agriculture and former 81st Governor of Georgia, Sonny Perdue, who was in the crowd at the time. “He would’ve said ‘Let the legislature open, let the vote, let us be transparent on signatures.’ I think that’s okay,” said President Trump.
The President, referring to the alleged Democrat attempt to steal the election, said “we’re are working hard to ensure that it doesn’t happen, and now they’re trying to steal these two important Senate seats from Georgia.”