Trump Vows to Defend the 'Honesty of the Vote' During His 'Most Important Speech'


President Donald Trump repeated his unsubstantiated election claims during what he believes was the most significant speech of his presidency.

“This may be the most important speech I’ve ever made. I want to provide an update on our ongoing efforts to expose the tremendous voter fraud and irregularities which took place during the ridiculously long November 3rd elections,” Trump said in a video he posted to Facebook Wednesday.

The president proceeded to mock the term “Election Day.”

“Now we have election days, weeks, and months and lots of bad things happened during this ridiculous period of time,” Trump said.

He stressed he is “determined” to protect the voting system “which is now under coordinated assault and siege.”

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Watch part of his speech below:

Trump accused President-elect Joe Biden’s campaign of acting like they knew the outcome fo the election ahead of time.

“My opponent was told to stay away from the election. ‘Don’t campaign. We don’t need you. We’ve got it. This election is done.’ In fact, they were acting like they already knew what the outcome was going to be. They had it covered and perhaps they did, very sadly for our country,” Trump said.

He called the election “very, very strange.”

Trump claimed there was an “orchestrated effort” to declare a winner while votes in key states were still being counted.

“The constitutional process must be allowed to continue. We are going to defend the honesty of the vote by ensuring that every legal ballot is counted and that no illegal ballot is counted,” Trump continued.

Trump continues to baselessly claim widespread voter fraud was the cause of his defeat.

Attorney General William Barr told the Associated Press Tuesday the Department of Justice (DOJ) has not yet discovered evidence of voter fraud “that could have affected a different outcome in the election,” IJR previously reported.

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