Today, citizens of Georgia are headed to the polls for the 2022 primaries as Herschel Walker, who former President Donald Trump endorsed, hopes to win. The election outcome will reveal who will move on to run in the general elections happening in November. With polling staying open till 7 p.m. tonight, Trump recently spoke with the host of Outside the Beltway, John Fredericks. Although Fredericks harped on the RINOs in the Republican party and how they are working with Democrats trying to sway the election, Trump focused on the information presented by the film 2000 Mules and how even before it came out, the data supposedly proving election fraud was never taken seriously.
In the video, which can be watched below, Trump admitted, “Well, I can tell you [Doug] Ducey was terrible, absolutely terrible in Arizona. And I have to say they tried to put out some fake news about me sort of losing faith with David. And I’ll tell you, David’s a great man, and it took a lot of courage for him to do this. And he did it because he saw what happened with the election being rigged. It was stolen. And you know, I don’t know if you realize it just came out. I hear 102 Georgia counties can’t produce the dropbox videos. There’s no video surveillance. They told me. I may be wrong, but it’s a lot. 181,000 votes.”
As mentioned above, the information surrounding the 2020 election and how the Biden administration rigged the results has captivated many within the Republican Party. Trump claimed, “This information was all given to them a long time ago, everything that you saw in 2000 Mules, and it was given to them a long time ago. They didn’t do anything about it. They didn’t want to do anything about it. There’s something going on that nobody can figure out. Why wouldn’t they want to, even if you look at as number one, an American, but as a Republican governor, why wouldn’t you when you were given all of this information. Why wouldn’t you want to do something about it? And they obstructed, they absolutely obstructed. They wouldn’t let it come up. And now we hear that there is no video surveillance all over the place, and it’s a disgrace.”
While Trump speaks out against the 2020 election, one of his former aides, Kellyanne Conway, wrote in her new memoir about the entire election and how Trump’s team failed him. “Despite the mountains of money Trump had raised, his team simply failed to get the job done. A job that was doable and had a clear path if followed. Rather than accepting responsibility for the loss, they played along and lent full-throated encouragement (privately, not on TV) when Trump kept insisting he won.”