Donald Trump held a rally in Warren, Michigan on Saturday night to support gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon and a number of other Republican candidates. Trump came up with a new 2020 election hypothesis which is that John James, a Republican who ran for Senate in Michigan, actually won his race against Democratic Senator Gary Peters. Trump said, “he did great. I think he happened to win the last election for the Senate. I happen to think he won by quite a bit.” James lost his race by about 90,000 votes and there’s no evidence that he actually got more votes or was the victim of voter fraud. Trump went on to claim, “I don’t believe we’ll ever have a fair election again.” If the ex-president really does believe this, then why should his supporters go out and vote? And of course, the truth is that if Trump had his way in 2020, America wouldn’t have fair elections because the candidate who got fewer electoral votes would be able to take power. The authoritarian slide led by people like Trump gets even steeper now only a month away from the 2022 midterm races.
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