Former Democratic Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Friday, Nov. 6, said there is no doubt that massive election fraud has run deep in the 2020 election, especially in major states run by Democrats.
“If the question is, ‘Are the Democrats stealing votes in Philadelphia?’ then my answer is, ‘Is the Pope Catholic?’” Blagojevich said during an interview with Newsmax.
“It’s a time-honored tradition in big Democrat-controlled cities like Chicago, my home town, Philadelphia, to do precisely what they’re doing,” he continued.
IS THE POPE CATHOLIC? That’s Rod Blagojevich’s response to whether he thinks Democrat votes are being ‘stolen’ in Philadelphia. [with Newsmax TV’s @SchmittNYC https://t.co/VlT7z8v2lm] pic.twitter.com/d0IJOJZZb3
— Newsmax (@newsmax) November 6, 2020
Blagojevich went on to say that the widespread fraud is not limited to just Philadelphia but it also occurs in other cities like Atlanta, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Las Vegas.
“It’s like what Justice Powell said about pornography, ‘You can’t define it, but you know it when you see it,” he said. “Coming out of the Democratic Chicago political establishment I know how they operate. They control polling places, they stop votes when their candidate is behind, and then in the wee hours, in the dark of night, the stealing starts.”
President Donald Trump saw his leads over Democratic nominee Joe Biden in several crucial swing states shrink after 100 percent of vote dumps early Wednesday morning, Nov. 4, allotted to Biden—not even one vote for him.
The Trump campaign has filed suits in Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania so far and announced Saturday that it’s taking numerous new legal actions to continue its fight for the integrity of the 2020 election.
“The president believes, he’s also being encouraged by his family, that he owes it to the 71 million people who voted for him to make sure that every legal vote has been counted and to make sure to the best of his ability that every illegal vote that might have made it through was not counted,” Fox News correspondent John Roberts said.
“Now, everybody’s wondering what might happen with the president eventually. I’m told that when he goes through this legal process, and there’s also recounts involved as well … and comes out the other end, if there is no path to a second term, then the president will graciously concede and he will cooperate in an orderly transition of power,” he added.