Trump National EMERGENCY Announcement

Trump National EMERGENCY Announcement

In one of two important video addresses released by President Trump on the night of December 22, the president gave a comprehensive update about his legal and constitutional avenues to fight against voter fraud in the 2020 election.

“We cannot allow a completely fraudulent election to stand,” the president vowed.

Trump then began a discussion stating that his team has compiled “overwhelming evidence of election fraud,” which made his significant lead on Election Night disappear as vote counting abruptly stopped in battleground states such as Michigan, Georgia, and Wisconsin, and massive vote dumps came in for Joe Biden hours later.

“These gigantic and ridiculously one-sided spikes were miraculously just enough to push Joe Biden into the lead in all of the key swing states,” Trump recalled.

The president went on to describe the Democrat strategy of using the COVID pandemic to change the format of elections by instituting mail-in voting without any chain-of-custody measures, even violating election law in some instances.

Given the votes he was receiving on Election Night, “It is historically, mathematically, politically, and logically impossible [for Biden to have won]…we won by a landslide,” the president declared.

President Trump also pointed out other irregularities with the results of the election, including the fact that he won a record 18 out of 19 bellwether counties which usually indicate the winner, the fact that Biden lost the bellwether states of Iowa, Florida, and Ohio but somehow won, and that Republicans won 25 out of 26 toss-up House seats, and Democrats lost 14 seats.

The president also noted that he increased his vote totals by 12 million votes over 2016, “the largest vote increase for an incumbent president ever recorded.”

In discussing illegal actions taken by Democrats during the election, President Trump called out Pennsylvania’s “radical secretary of state” who suspended signature verification. He also called out the Michigan secretary of state, who sent out absentee-ballot applications state-wide, and Wisconsin officials who set up unmonitored, unsecured ballot drop boxes that enabled ballot harvesting.

After calling out these Democrat officials, the president went on to call out the Republican governor and secretary of state of Georgia for the “horrible things” that occurred during the election, which they have tried to refuse to investigate.

Here is President Trump’s full statement posted on his official Twitter:

The president also called out the suspiciously low rejection rate for mail-in ballots: “In a year in which the number of mail-in ballots was the highest ever, the rejection rate was magically the lowest ever.”

“The only possible explanation is that tens of thousands of ballots were unlawfully processed and counted. Most Americans would be shocked to learn that in no swing state is there any meaningful attempt to verify citizenship, residency, identity, or eligibility for mail-in ballots. The potential for illegal activity is unlimited,” the president explained about voting procedures currently in effect in many states.

Trump also discussed whistleblowers that have come forward alleging fraud and irregularities, issues with Dominion Voting Systems software, and the fact that Republican poll watchers were denied access to ballot counting in some precincts.

The president also brought up an important factor in the election: the fact that the mainstream media and Big Tech companies censored any story which painted Joe Biden in a negative light prior to the election, especially the Hunter Biden laptop scandal.

All of the evidence presented by Trump, and more, can be found in a new 36-page report “The Immaculate Deception” produced by White House Trade advisor Peter Navarro, outlining six dimensions of fraud in six battleground states.


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