Pennsylvania may have already declared the election outcome, but the president will not concede defeat and will continue to challenge the results in court.
President Trump refuses to go down without a fight after a Pennsylvania judge dismissed his re-election campaign bid to block millions of postal votes from being certified due to significant election irregularities reported across the Keystone State.
The president made a spontaneous call to a Pennsylvania state Senate election hearing to defend his lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s integrity, and encourage Trump supporters not to lose hope. He stressed that he would keep pursuing the matter until he had exhausted all legal avenues or been rightfully declared the 2020 presidential election winner.
“Everybody in that room—I want to thank all of the people that signed affidavits and all of the speakers—you are fantastic people, you are great patriots,” he said during the Zoom conversation, according to the Daily Wire.
The president echoed concerns raised by a number of whistleblowers who gave detailed accounts of what could constitute election fraud in Pennsylvania. He thanked these brave Americans for coming forward and showing their support for democracy and election transparency.
“It would be easy for me to say, ‘Oh, let’s worry about it four years from now,'” he said. “No, this election was lost by the Democrats. They cheated; it was a fraudulent election.”
President Trump believes the real loser is Joe Biden and other party members. They allegedly used unlawful means to make the Democratic presidential nominee appear to have more votes than the incumbent.
“This was an election that we won easily—we won it by a lot,” he said. “This election was rigged, and we cannot let that happen. We cannot let that happen for our country.”
He believes all the Trump 2020 campaign team needs is an impartial judge who will separate facts from opinion and make a commonsense judgment in favor of the president.
“All we need is to have some judge listen to it properly without having a political opinion or having another kind of a problem, because we have everything and, by the way, the evidence is pouring in now as we speak,” he said.
He also commended Guiliani for refusing to “back down” to “screaming” Democrats.
“What you are doing now is far more important than being a great mayor of the city of New York and being its greatest mayor by far, by the way, by far,” the president said. “This is going to be your crowning achievement because you are saving our country.”
A Newsmax poll recently found an overwhelming 98.9 percent of a total of 192,774 respondents believe the president should not concede to Biden, while only 1.1 percent thought he should.
“For the good of our country, we must prevail,” the president said on Twitter.