Is the 2020 Election dead and over with? Not quite. In several key states, audits have been going on for a while, seeking to discover just what happened last November. More evidence builds that fraud occurred, tainting the vote tally in several states. In Arizona, Georgia, and other places, work is being done to expose what happened.
On top of that, Americans are getting a taste of what Democratic socialism looks like. Joe Biden and his radical handlers are pushing the biggest federal spending plan we’ve ever seen. The results of his early spending are already being felt—with inflation and a workers shortage hurting every corner of the country.
But what happens if all the audits prove voter fraud occurred? What if so much fraud took place that we know for certain that Joe Biden didn’t win? Not even Facebook could hide that. Donald Trump has a few ideas—and he’s reminding the country he never gave up the fight.
“We have a lot of things happening right now … all you have to do is read the newspapers and see what’s coming out now,” he said, adding that he has “not conceded.”…
“If the election was fraudulent, people are gonna have to make up their own minds,” he said. “It’s not gonna be up to me. It’s gonna be up to the public. It’s gonna be up to, perhaps, politicians. I don’t think there’s ever been a case like this where hundreds of thousands of votes will be found. So we’ll have to see what happens.”…
“Well, I’ve always liked Mike, and I’m very disappointed that he didn’t send it back to the legislatures,” he said. “When you have more votes than you have voters in some cases and when you have the kind of things that are, that were known — in many cases they were known then, but they’re certainly getting better and better known now — I was disappointed that he didn’t send it back. I felt he had the right to send it back, and he should’ve sent it back. That’s my opinion. I think you would have found that you might very well have a different president right now had he sent ’em back.” [Source: Just the News]
Trump continues to maintain, despite the mainstream narrative, that the race was tainted with widespread fraud. In recent interviews, he was open about how he believes the race was stolen and that he has never conceded.
But he was somewhat cryptic about what he thinks would happen, if audit results prove that the Democrats cheated. There is no precedent for “reinstating” a president, as some have discussed. Nor does it seem that Trump is expecting that to happen. He even said it wouldn’t be up to him, but to the “public” and “politicians.”
What does that mean? Could politicians at the state level fight to reverse the 2020 election results? Is it possible that a movement among state leaders could have an impact on the course of the presidency? A fight might arise that challenges the results of the election—but nobody knows what will be the result.
Trump, however, seems confident on how the public will respond. It’s no secret that he continues to have millions of supporters and followers. Despite what the liberal establish has tried to do, there are many Americans who want Trump back in office—perhaps more now than ever before.
If they are convinced Trump was cheated, it’s only a matter of time before they can make their voices heard. The soonest they can send a message to Washington is 2022. After that, they can make sure Trump is back in 2024.
I guess we’ll have to see what happens.
Author: John Anderson