Donald Trump Says Election Was Rigged Through Cleaning Of Voter Rolls

(PresidentialWire.com)- Former President Donald Trump doubled down this week on his accusations of election fraud, stating on Tuesday that the last election was “rigged” and that he will soon be proven to have won the state of Georgia.

We’ve heard it before, but the former president’s insistence and continued fight for election integrity suggests that we could be heading towards discovering even more evidence that proves him right.

The former president announced in a statement from his Save America PAC that Georgia is planning to remove 100,000 “obsolete and outdated” names from the voter rolls, despite Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and other state Republican officials once claiming that the voter rolls were solid and the vote could not have been influenced by votes cast on behalf of dead people or those who have already left the state.

In the statement, Trump criticized Georgia officials’ plans to secure future elections, asking, “WHAT ABOUT THE LAST ELECTION?”

He also asked why this wasn’t done before the last election, and suggested that the small number of votes that the Republican campaign lost by could have been overcome if illegitimate votes were not counted.

Isn’t it incredible that after mocking former President Donald Trump’s efforts to ensure election integrity, Raffensperger recently issued a statement saying that it is “key to ensuring the integrity” of elections to make sure the state’s voter rolls are up to date?

That’s what Trump was saying all along!

Recent reports revealed how Fulton County, Georgia, could have seriously mismanaged the last election. Just the News reports that over 100 batches of absentee ballots from the county could be missing, with some experts claiming that there was malpractice in “election tabulation.”

How long will it be until Trump is proven right on this election fraud? He was recently proven right on claims that the COVID-19 virus could have come from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, after all…