Trump Shares American's Message: '2020 Election Theft Is Greatest Crime in History'
We warned that if the 2020 Election fraud wasn’t addressed, it would happen again
President Donald Trump has shared a message from an American New York Post reader about the "theft" of the 2020 election.
Democrats drafted a bill (HR1) that would codify election fraud forever, not long after Biden was elected.
Fortunately, the bill was never passed.
As The Gateway Pundit warned in a preview to their report:
We warned that if the 2020 Election fraud wasn’t addressed, it would happen again.
Today President Trump shared the comments from a reader at the New York Post that stated why we must determine what happened in the 2020 Election.
How can we fix fraud if we don’t really know what all happened?
“A wonderful statement made by Reg Cornelia, a reader of Michael Goodwin in the great New York Post, 'You are dead wrong, and the theft of the 2020 election is the greatest crime in American political history.'
“'We would be fools to try to get it behind us.
"'I worked for the Suffolk County Board Of Elections for 15 years and I can name ten ways Dems and their accomplices perpetrated the theft, not counting whatever criminal mischief was involved with voting machines.
“'If we do nothing to show the election was stolen and do not take serious measures to see it can’t happen again, we ensure that it will.
"'The election should be challenged even now.'
"Thank you, Reg!"
NEW!— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 15, 2022
President Donald J. Trump:
“A wonderful statement made by Reg Cornelia, a reader of Michael Goodwin in the great New York Post, “You are dead wrong and the theft of the 2020 election is the greatest crime in American political history. We would be fools to try to get it… pic.twitter.com/cAo6oTuM2a
But former Attorney General William Barr thinks otherwise.
As Neon Nettle reported last week:
Barr discussed his interaction with then-President Donald Trump leading up to his 2020 resignation during an interview on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports.”
“I told him that all this stuff was bullsh*t about election fraud.”
“And, you know, it was wrong to be shoveling it out the way his team was,” Barr said.
“And he started asking me about different theories.
“And I had the answers.”
"I was able to tell him, ‘This is wrong because of this,’” he added.