If there’s one thing that President Trump is really, really good at, it’s timing, showmanship, and knowing how to “set up” his enemies blow the lid off everything.

And that’s what he’s doing right now when it comes to all of these audits, and new findings within the 2020 election.


A lot of news is coming out of Arizona and Georgia right now involving some very serious questions about those mail-in ballots.

The type of stuff that a lot of people are calling the “smoking gun.”

Of course, predictably, the “fact-checkers” and liberal media are jumping out and saying none of this matters, and claiming there’s no proof of “widespread voter fraud.”

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And honestly, they may be right. I don’t think 2020 was about “widespread” voter fraud – I think it was about small, targeted pockets of fraud. That’s just my “spin” on it, of course.

We’ll see how this plays out and what happens.

In the meantime, President Trump is blowing the lid off the pot with his latest statement on the 2020 election.

President Trump says it might be time to vote again!

Now, those are “fighting words” if I’ve ever heard any…


Western Journal reported on what President Trump said.

Trump said, the county “refuses to work together with the Senate and others who are merely looking for honesty, integrity, and transparency.”

The Arizona Republican Party seemed to confirm this allegation on Twitter, saying, “Arizona Audit meeting at AZ State Senate reveals Maricopa County still has not provided many materials needed for complete audit – including routers, chain of custody, and images of mail in ballots.”

In order to truly confirm the legitimacy of the election, it would behoove Democrats to complete the necessary audits and substantiate their claims that widespread fraud did not occur.

Instead, they continue to make themselves appear suspicious by refusing to properly review the results.

“Why do the Commissioners not want to look into this corrupted election?” Trump continued. “What are they trying to hide?”

Given the evidence presented Thursday in Arizona, those questions seem to be valid.

The former president concluded his statement by invoking an idea on the minds of many of his supporters.

“The highly respected State Senator Wendy Rogers said in a tweet the hearing today means we must decertify the election,” Trump wrote. “In any event, the Senate patriots are moving forward with final results to be announced in the not-too-distant future, but based on today’s hearing, why even wait?”

The phrase “decertify the election” is undoubtedly a controversial one, but Rogers threw her support behind the idea in a tweet after the hearing.

And Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers just gave her seal of approval in an all-caps tweet:

Like I said before, I don’t know how this will play out, but I can tell you that it’s nowhere near over.

As much as Dems want to make the 2020 election just go away, the American people refuse to give up – this is about our sacred vote – and if THAT MANY Americans feel like their vote was silenced, they should keep fighting. That’s what this country is about – and everyone should welcome that fight. Because if Joe Biden truly is the most popular politician in the history of the United States, he should have nothing to worry about.


As a matter of fact, Bumbling Joe should welcome the chance to prove that his so-called “historic victory” is 100 percent real.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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