Trump believes the U.S. is no longer a country with "fair and open" elections
Former U.S. leader Donald Trump said that the U.S. is no longer a country of “fair and open elections. He made this assessment in a statement released Friday night.
“Look at what’s happening in New York with their rigged elections,” Trump noted. That was his comment on an incident that occurred in the Democratic Party’s primary for mayor of New York City, where 135,000 test votes were mistakenly counted.
“Exactly the same thing happened in the fraudulent 2020 presidential election,” said Trump, who lost the results. – America is no longer a country of fair and open elections.”
The former American leader once again criticized his political opponents from the Democratic Party. He said Democrats are pitting “radical-left prosecutors” against the Republican Party to “steal the election.” “They are destroying our country,” Trump concluded.
The election for U.S. president, members of the House of Representatives and a third of senators took place last Nov. 3. Under the pandemic, it was possible to order ballots by mail and then send them to election officials.
The result was that Democrat Joe Biden was elected leader, and his fellow party members gained control of both houses of parliament. Even before Election Day, Trump had criticized mail-in voting as opening the door to widespread fraud and ballot tampering, voting by “dead souls,” and ineligible voters.