President Donald Trump noted the battle his legal team is waging over presidential election fraud, noting that the facts are in his favor. He also warned that “a lot of things happening” until Jan. 20, the date of the president’s inauguration for the next four years.

Currently, the results of the Nov. 3 elections are being challenged. The campaign’s legal team, led by President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, collected a vast amount of testimony, affidavits, and evidence that allows them to say that the Democratic Party stole ballots, prevented Republican observers from participating in the count, and changed the computer results through algorithms.  

In a dialogue with journalists on Nov. 26, President Trump stressed the need for justice to move quickly to analyze the evidence his team has presented.

“Time isn’t on our side. (…) Everything else is on our side. Facts are on our side,” the president said after speaking with members of the armed forces for Thanksgiving.

President Trump noted that the vote-counting machines and the mail-in ballot process were open to fraud.

“This should never take place in this country,” he said, lamenting that in this respect the United States is “like a third world country.”

“We have machines that nobody knows what the hell they’re looking at,” he said of the Dominion Voting Systems that are used to count votes in most states in the country.

The president showed the incongruity of how Biden could have overcome the votes of Barack Obama in the undecided states—the ones that are now being disputed in the courts—while it was far below the records of the former Democratic president in other areas of the country where there were no allegations of fraud.

“This is not a candidate that could get 80 million votes,” he said.

A journalist asked the president if he would concede the presidential election if the Electoral College voted for Joe Biden on Dec.14.

“It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,” the president replied.

“Certainly, I will, and you know that,” he added at another press conference. “But I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now and the 20th of January, a lot of things,” he added.

President Trump’s comments come after attorney Sidney Powell released what she called the “Kraken.” These are two lawsuits filed in Georgia and Michigan that expose “massive voter fraud” and include affidavits from expert witnesses and whistleblowers in several states.

In addition, the Pennsylvania Senate held a hearing Wednesday, Nov. 25, in which President Trump’s team called witnesses who described significant examples of voter fraud. A state judge ordered that vote certification be suspended pending a hearing on evidence of election irregularities. 

The legal team said the Arizona and Michigan legislatures will soon hold hearings related to election fraud.

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