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Trump all-caps statement again promises new information about rigged election coming soon

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Since President Joe Biden beat him in the 2020 election and took over the Oval Office, former President Donald Trump has been pushing his Big Lie that he won the election nonstop, and recently added the kicker that he believes he will be reinstated as President in August of this year.

Many of his diehard supporters believe it and a big portion of the MAGA orbit is now convinced that American elections are fundamentally broken and illegitimate. This even unquestionably resulted in the January 6 Capitol insurrection and experts warn the next attack could be even more deadly.

Trump has been banned from his Twitter and Facebook accounts, but he has been releasing statements through intermediaries and today issued one that continued of his election fraud lies.

“Donald Trump” by Gage Skidmore is licensed with CC BY-SA 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/

Trump said in the statement that Georgia is going to “remove over 100,000 ‘obsolete and outdated names off their voter rolls.”

Trump wrote in all caps:

“BUT WHAT ABOUT THE LAST ELECTION? WHY WASN’T THIS DONE PRIOR TO THE NOVEMBER 3RD PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION?”

He continued that “we (you!) won the Presidential Election in Georgia,” and promised that  “much other information” about Georgia and other states he erroneously believes are disputed will “soon be revealed.”

“It is coming out FAST and FURIOUS. The 2020 Presidential Election was rigged!”  he concluded.

Donald Trump via Flickr / Gage Skidmore https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Mark Niesse broke down the many instances of misinformation in Trump’s short statement.

“Exactly 0 registered Georgia voters who may be canceled voted in last year’s election. Voters aren’t purged until they miss 2 general elections. Federal law bans list maintenance within 90 days of federal elections.”

via Twitter

The 100,000 voters that Trump is whining about are being purged because they did not vote in the last two elections. The implication that they are illegitimate voters who helped steal the election from him is utterly untrue.


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