Trump Gives Liberal Media a Taste Of Their Own Medicine

Former President Trump is taking shots back at the mainstream media this week, referring to the 2020 election at the “BIG LIE.”

Trump and his allies have been routinely mocked by the liberal media, calling their concerns over 2020 election fraud as ‘the big lie.”

Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump on incitement of insurrection in the storming of Capitol on Jan. 6, blasted the former president for his statement.

Leading RINO and ardent anti-Trumper tweeted this on Monday:

The Number 3 in the House has made a vigilant enemy out of Trump. The Former President vowed to endorse her primary challenger and, so far, his endorsements have resulted in giant wins of America-First candidates.

The fate of Donald Trump’s Facebook account is also set to be announced, which was suspended after the Jan 6 Capitol protests.

Trump has not shied away from disclosing his feelings on his 2020 “loss” calling the election a “disgrace to our country.” ‘

He recalled:

“At 10:30 in the evening, everyone thought the election was over and that we had won. All of a sudden, late in the night, they closed up the tabulation centers and they came out with new numbers. This election is a disgrace to our country. And the whole world knows it and they’re watching.”

Trump added he was “100%” thinking about running again for the White House in 2024.

The Former President noted a rare feat he conjured doing the 2020 election, receiving 12 million more vote than he did in 2016 when he won the White House bid. .

“I got the largest number of votes in the history of our country for a sitting president. And I was told, if I got 66 million, you couldn’t lose. I got 75 million.”

Last week, Trump slammed the Arizona Democrats in their attempt to halt a Republican-led ballot audit from Maricopa County – the hot bed of fraud in the battleground state.

The Arizona state Senate used its subpoena power to take possession of all 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County and the machines that counted them, along with computer hard drives full of data.

Author: Asa McCue