Donald Trump delivered what he called “the most important speech” of his presidency on Wednesday. Calling out voting issues and saying the U.S. Election system was under a “coordinated assault and siege.”
“The media knows this, but they don’t want to report it. In fact, they outright refuse to even cover it, because they know the result if they do,” Trump said. “Even what I am saying now will be demeaned and disparaged, but that’s OK. I just keep on going forward.”
Trump then broke down the various ways the election was stolen from him saying, “It’s a widely known fact that the voting rolls are packed with people who are not lawfully eligible to vote, including those who are deceased, have moved out of their state, and even are non-citizens of our country.
“Beyond this, the records are riddled with errors, wrong addresses, and many other issues. This is not disputed. It has never been disputed,” he continued. “Their mail-in voting scam is the latest part of their four-year effort to overturn the results of the 2016 election, and it’s been like living in Hell.”
President Trump also made it clear he was frustrated by the lack of prosecution for those who brought up false allegations against him during his four years in office saying, “If you look at the lies and leaks and illegal acts done by so many people,” Trump insisted, “something should happen. The hardest thing I have to do is explain why nothing is happening to all of these people who got caught spying on my campaign.”
Trump finished his speech by once again discussing widespread voter fraud in this election and said he is committed to rooting it out.
“This is not just about honoring the votes of 74 million Americans who voted for me,” Trump remarked. “It’s about ensuring that Americans can have faith in this election. And in all future elections.”