President Donald Trump issued a statement on Friday night slamming Democrats in Georgia for pushing back against 2020 election integrity efforts for a forensic audit of 150,000 absentee ballots in Fulton County.
President Trump issued the statement from his website amid reports that the Fulton County Election Board hired defense attorneys from a prestigious law firm who filed paperwork to halt the motion granted by a judge last week allowing the inspection of absentee ballots cast in the highly controversial 2020 election.
“Why are the Radical Left Democrats in Georgia fighting so hard that there not be a Forensic Audit of 150,000 absentee ballots in Fulton County? There can only be one reason, and that is because they know the vote was corrupt and the audit will show it,” wrote President Trump. “Republicans must fight hard and win!”
As National File reported, veteran election officials have alleged that up to 30,000 “fake” ballots have been found in Georgia. “Six affidavits now, we had four, now it’s six. Six affidavits of veteran election officials are alleging that up to 30,000 of these 147 [thousand] ballots are fake,” said Fredericks. “Somebody printed them up on a machine and ran them through the vote counting machines. They’re not real. They’re not attached to anybody.”
President Trump, who refers to the 2020 Presidential election as “the most corrupt Election in the history of our Country,” recently praised Arizona Republican State Senators for the “great job they are doing on the Forensic Audit of the 2020 Presidential Election Scam” in their state. “Our Country is watching as early public reports are indicating a disaster, far greater than anyone had thought possible, for Arizona voters,” wrote President Trump.
After learning of polls that indicate how a majority of Republican voters believe that President Trump is the “true” US President, that the 2020 election “was tainted by illegal voting” and ultimately stolen from Trump, the former President said “I always knew America was smart!”
President Trump recently slammed Fox News and Chris Wallace for their anti-Trump coverage, as National File reported.
Morris then asked about the presence of Paul Ryan on Fox News’s board, and about Chris Wallace, briefly mistakenly referring to him as Mike Wallace, the name of his veteran journalist father. “No, he’d like to be Mike Wallace, that’s his father,” said President Trump. “That’s Chris Wallace.” President Trump added, “Yeah, he was disastrous. He was your basic disaster. He’s just a very negative guy. And the people don’t want to hear that. That’s why they tune out.”