BREAKING: Donald Trump Issues New Statement Targeting Mitch McConnell
In a new statement released today, 45th President Donald Trump took aim at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, focusing on the Wall Street Journal’s admission that nearly every poll in 2020 was wildly off the mark, while also poking fun at McConnell’s lack of support.
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“The ‘Worst Presidential Poll Miss in 40 Years,’ according to the Wall Street Journal (they actually got something right). According to a major research panel, public opinion polls leading up to the 2020 Presidential Election were the most misleading ever. It was done on purpose. The surveys were a load of nonsense. I won States in a landslide, despite the fact that I was expected to lose just days before the election,” he said.
“Other states positioned me so low on the list that it forced people, including fans, to say, ‘Let’s stay at home, Darling.’ We adore our President, but he is doomed to fail.’ Then I’d win those states, or at the very least come close.”
“In one state where I won but the results were rigged, ABC and the Washington Post had me down by 17 points,” he continued. And the rigged final outcome came within a whisker of being perfect. SUPPRESSION POLLING is what it’s called, and it should be illegal. There are shady, filthy, and deceptive news organizations who know just what they’re doing.”
“By far, the biggest election fraud in our country’s history occurred in the 2020 presidential election. The good news is that the American people are aware of it, and the reality is quickly emerging!” Trump stated his opinion.
“Had Mike Pence had the courage to send the Electoral College vote back to states for recertification, and had Mitch McConnell fought for us instead of being the weak and pathetic leader he is,” he wrote, “we would right now have a Republican President who would be VETOING the horrific Socialistic Bills that are rapidly going through Congress, including Open Borders, High Taxes, Massive Regulative Overreach, and Massive Regulation,” he added.