President Donald Trump just exposed plans for fraud. He has issued a warning to all Americans about potential election rigging — and he is refusing to stay silent about it. People are stunned by this bombshell.
During a contentious interview on ‘Fox News Sunday,’ Trump stunned host Chris Wallace by suggesting that fraud is possible in the November election. “I think mail-in voting is going to rig the election,” he said. “I really do.”
The context: Wallace asked Trump if he was a “good loser.” Trump understandably replied that he was not. “I don’t like to lose,” said Trump. Attempting to dig in a bit more, Wallace asked, “But are you gracious?”
That is when Trump suspended the niceties and spoke directly to Americans about the inherent danger in nationwide mail-in voting — which is fundamentally different than being granted an absentee ballot for a legitimate reason.
Ultimately, Democrats want mail-in voting on a mass scale because it is more difficult to ensure the integrity of the ballot; they are using the COVID-19 crisis as an excuse to push for a long-sought policy goal. It couldn’t be more obvious.
When Trump said that “mail-in voting is going to rig the election,” he was trying to get everyone’s attention. Of course, Wallace tried to make this part of the interview about whether Trump would accept the election results. No shocker there.
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