Media reports show low-profile Democratic election candidates suffered major losses during the election, and the president agrees with this assessment.

President Donald Trump has verified New York Times coverage’s credibility, suggesting the Democratic Party experienced “crushing” down-ballot defeats across the nation at the 2020 general election.

“This is true, all statehouses won, and in Washington, we did great,” the president said on Twitter.

However, the president is surprised he did not immediately win another four years in the Oval Office despite overwhelming voter support for the Republican Party. He suspects this is further evidence of the Democratic Party resorting to election fraud to win the presidency.

“I led this great charge, and I am the only one that lost?” he said. “No, it does not work that way. This was a massive fraud, a rigged election!”

The New York Times article in question recognized the president’s popular movement for preventing the Democratic Party from retaining all of their House seats and even stopping the Democrats from expanding their control of state legislatures before critical redistricting begins in 2021.

One of the losers was the Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 28th district Emily Skopov.

“There is a significant difference between a referendum on a clown show, which is what we had at the top of the ticket, and embracing the values of the Democratic ticket,” Skopov campaign manager Nichole Remmert told the paper.

Remmert believes Skopov’s election defeat was not a complete loss since Joe Biden still has a chance of winning the presidency because more Republican Party supporters wanted a Democrat in the Oval Office.

“People bought into Joe Biden to stop the insanity in the White House,” she said. “They did not suddenly become Democrats.”

The Trump 2020 campaign team celebrated a brief victory in the U.S. Northern District Court of Georgia, where District Judge Timothy Batten initially ruled all Dominion voting machines should be suspended.

“TeamKraken wins a major injunction [and] Judge Batten issues an order to freeze all dominion machines in Georgia,” former U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn said on Twitter. “The devil may have gone down to Georgia, but it is light that shines bright today.”

News of the ruling eventually reached the Oval Office, where the president applauded the decision.

“Great news! Is fake news 60 Minutes watching this?” he said on Twitter.

However, boutique litigation lawyer Lin Wood was surprised to learn Batten later backflipped on his order.

“What??? Judge reversed order based on defendants’ claim that Georgia counties control voting machines,” firm founder Lin Wood said on Twitter. “Machines are owned by state, and Georgia Secretary of State [Brad Raffensperger] administers state laws on elections. Why are Georgia officials determined to wipe these machines clean by resetting them?”

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