Speaking at a Georgia Senate rally the night before the state’s runoff election, President Donald Trump emphatically declared, “I don’t concede!” Despite mainstream pressure to accept the current election results, the President continues to defy what he calls the left’s stolen election.
In his live speech in Dalton, Georgia, the President boldly proclaimed, “There is no way we lost Georgia.” He added, “I won both of them [elections.]”
Despite numerous failed attempts to argue election fraud before courts at the state level and the US Supreme Court, President Trump’s supporters continue to seek ways to present the evidence of widespread voting irregularities before Joe Biden’s inauguration. In a recent effort, Republicans in the House and Senate intend to contest the electoral vote certification of battleground states, seeking an audit prior to the inauguration.
In addition to numerous voting irregularities in Georgia’s Fulton County, President Trump’s legal team has provided significant examples of voter fraud in other closely-contested states. For example, in Pennsylvania, the Governor certified election results that did not match the reported voting totals by over 200,000 votes.
In Wisconsin, multiple voting districts included more voters in the presidential election than registered voters. Michigan’s Antrim County publicly announced a computer “glitch” that flipped vote totals from Joe Biden to President Trump, while investigators in Nevada have reported more than 10,000 votes by people who are not legal residents in the state.
In total, the six states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada all include controversial voting irregularities that should cause concern among all Americans. Regardless of the outcome, every American should desire elections free from fraud in which only legal votes are counted.
Many of these contested vote totals include the use of Dominion Voting Systems software. Attorney Sidney Powell was one of the first to speak out regarding evidence of voting system fraud, with many other experts now confirming her early reports. Dominion’s voting machines are used in 30 states, including all six of the battleground states.
President Trump clearly presented the case for Georgia’s voters to support Republican Senate candidates Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. He challenged his Dalton crowd, “Are you ready to show America that Georgia is a red state?”
Despite pressure from Democrats as well as some Republicans to accept his loss and move on, President Trump will not concede.
Instead, he has abandoned the tradition of a lame duck presidential period and functions with the same energy as his first election campaign. His motto to make America great again is more than a saying. It is the foundation of Trump’s life and legacy.
See Trump’s full address at the rally below.