Trump Reveals Exactly When He’ll Be Back In The White House

Donald Trump has not parsed words about the integrity, or lack there of, of the 2020 presidential election. It’s been proven on multiple occasions that massive amounts of voter fraud occurred as a result of the Democrats’ ad hoc election laws and unconstitutional maneuverings leading up to the November race.

Battleground states like Arizona are taking the possibility of the Former President’s reinstatement seriously as they undergo an thorough audit of their entire 2020 election: paper ballots, mail-in-ballots, and electronic ballots. Just yesterday Arizona Republicans celebrated a milestone reaching the half-way point in their audit. Forthcoming results will likely blow the lid off the Democrats’ fraudulent tactics to depose President Trump from the White House

Meanwhile, Trump has revealed to his closest advisers that he plans to be fully reinstated back in the White House “by August.”

New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman broke the story:

Flynn’s statement was taken wildly out of context by online liberals feigning outrage over the former national security adviser’s statements.

Sidney Powell, for lawyer to both Trump and Flynn, categorically denied that he called for “any act of violence or insurrection,” adding the media “grossly distorted” Flynn’s words to further tarnish his position in Washington.

Flynn himself also denied calling for any violent takeover of the U.S. government.

“Let me be VERY CLEAR – There is NO reason whatsoever for any coup in America, and I do not and have not at any time called for any action of that sort,” he said on his Parler account – the only social media platform yet to ban him.

In subsequent tweets Haberman speculated that Trump’s claims of reinstatement coincide perfectly with the recent news of a possible criminal indictment in New York.

Trump has not offered any public comment on the possibility of returning to the White House after a prolonged court battle, instead focusing most of his attention in recent months on endorsing candidates loyal to his “America First” agenda ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.

Author: Asa McCue