President Trump, in a tweet posted on Saturday after 1:30 a.m., called for a massive anti-fraud march on Jan. 6 in D.C. “Be there, will be wild!,” were the president’s words to encourage his supporters.

It is not usual, or rather one can say that it is unprecedented, to hear President Trump call his followers to a protest in the streets. Of course, we are living in unprecedented times, and what is at stake is the democracy of the United States. 

That is why President Trump called on Americans as a whole to focus on Jan. 6 on a massive march for democracy and against the historic electoral fraud.

It is no coincidence that the date chosen by President Trump to fill the streets is Jan. 6, when Congress will announce the name of the president who will govern the country for the next four years, if no other decisive event occurs before Jan. 20, the date that the Constitution indicates as definitive. 

In his Twitter message, President Trump cited a Washington Examiner article on Peter Navarro’s 36-page report that claims election fraud was the only thing that led to a victory for Joe Biden.

“Peter Navarro releases 36-page report alleging election fraud ‘more than sufficient’ to swing victory to Trump washex.am/3nwaBCe. A great report by Peter. Statistically impossible to have lost the 2020 Election. Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild,” were the words written by President Trump on his tweet.

The 36-page Immaculate Deception report “assess the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by examining six dimensions of alleged electoral irregularities in six key battleground states.”

It further concludes that the patterns in election irregularities are so consistent across the six states analyzed that they suggest a coordinated and systemic strategy to taint the electoral process in such a way as to unfairly tip the playing field in favor of the Biden-Harris ballot, and thereby steal the election.

The states in legal dispute, sued by President Trump’s lawyers, are Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, which certified their electoral votes in favor of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. 

Meanwhile, Republicans loyal to the cause are defending electoral transparency from different fronts, confident that the electoral will of the 75 million voters who opted for President Trump’s re-election will finally be respected.  

On Nov.14, a mega-march called by President Trump’s followers concentrated in Washington, echoing the first news about the electoral fraud that was being unveiled during those days. 

The president and his entourage passed by the supporters, some of them waving Trump flags and holding signs that said “Stop the Fraud” and “The Best President Ever.” 

The call in November was shocking and it is expected that the one on Jan. 6, encouraged by the president himself, will be even greater.