Trump Says Big Things Coming In Days Ahead (REPORT)

( President Donald Trump is the kind of person who follows through with his promises, so when he says that something big is coming in the next couple of days, he probably means it.

During a presentation of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to legendary wrestler Dan Gable on December 7, the press took some questions from the press on matters relating to the election and his fight to ensure election integrity.

One journalist asked the president about how electors will meet to cast their vote on December 14, noting that there’s “Not a lot of time between now and then” to make his case to overturn the vote.

“At this point, are you looking to change the outcome of the election or try to make the case to the American people that it wasn’t fair?” the journalist asked the president.

“Well, I think the case has already been made,” he responded. “ If you look at the polls, it was a rigged election. You look at the different states. The election was totally rigged. It’s a disgrace to our country. It’s like a third-world country — these ballots pouring in from everywhere, using machinery that nobody knows ownership, nobody knows anything about.”

President Trump also noted the glitches in the machines which switched thousands of votes against the president.

“No, this was like from a third-world nation. And I think the case has been made,” he added. “And now we find out what we can do about it. But you’ll see a lot of big things happening over the next couple of days.”

It’s a big claim, but one that already rings true.

This week, the state of Texas filed a lawsuit asking the United States Supreme Court to throw out the results of the election in four states owing to the unconstitutionality of the way the vote was handled.

While it’s a slightly different point argued than some of the other suits, it is still based on the fundamental principle of the election being compromised by illegal ballots counted as a result of mass mail-in voting.

The Supreme Court has given the states until Thursday to respond to the case and is expected to see it this week.

Could this be the suit that finally remedies this compromised election?