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Trump Announces October Michigan Rally to Promote “Forensic Audit of 2020 Presidential Election”


It turns out that Maricopa was just the beginning!

There’s a huge push to do a full forensic audit in Michigan.

And now that the audit of the 2020 presidential election is gaining steam, President Trump himself is heading to Michigan to hold a rally.

During the rally, he is expected to promote the audit and throw the full weight of his support behind it.

See Trump’s official statement below:

We are expecting a MAJOR crowd at Trump’s rally.

Even though it’s just 4 days away, we expect the people will turn out in record numbers.


Because Michiganders protested Biden’s recent visit by the thousands.

There wasn’t a single Biden voter in sight.

We expect Trump’s rally to be a HUGE draw.

The Washington Times reports that the purpose of the rally is to push for the audit:

Former President Donald Trump said Friday supporters will use an upcoming rally in Michigan to demand a “forensic audit” of the state’s 2020 presidential vote, which was won by Democrat Joe Biden.

The rally, scheduled for Oct. 12 at the State Capitol in Lansing, Michigan, is being organized by Election Integrity Fund and Force, a non-profit focused on curbing “attempts to subvert the integrity of our elections.”

“Big Michigan Rally coming up on Oct. 12th, on the Capitol steps in Lansing, where Patriots will demand a Forensic Audit of the 2020 Presidential Election Scam,” Mr. Trump said in a statement. “The Voter Fraud is beyond what anyone can believe.”

Despite claims, there has been no proof of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election. More than 60 court cases of alleged fraud have been dismissed across the country, including some by Trump-appointed judges.

In attendance will be several Trump-endorsed candidates for local and national races, including Matt DePerno, whom Mr. Trump is backing in the Michigan state attorney general race next year.

Don’t forget, Michigan is where Antrim County is located.

In case you forgot, Antrim County is where Trump votes were “flipped” via the machine to Joe Biden.

Thanks to the local GOP, the “error” was caught and those votes were correctly changed back to Trump.

But it’s not just the audit.

Democrats are already afraid of 2024.

They believe that President Trump’s return might be unstoppable.

Michigan remains a critical swing state.

The Hill confirms that Trump’s upcoming Midwest rallies has Democrats in PANIC mode:

Democrats are worried about another White House bid by former President Trump, something that is appearing increasingly likely on the eve of an Iowa rally by the leading potential GOP candidate.

Democrats say Trump can’t be taken for granted. While some are confident a new Trump candidacy would bring out a wave of Democratic voters to defeat him, others are worried he could return to power. And that’s enough to bring shudders to most in the party.

“There’s not a strategist or insider that I’m hanging out with who would like to see Donald Trump running again,” said Rachel Bitecofer, a Democratic pollster. “Nobody should think he would be a weak nominee.”

Bitecofer and other Democrats still traumatized by Trump’s surprise win in 2016, his four years in office and his near-miss defeat last year say he’s proven time and again that he can be competitive, particularly when the odds are stacked against him.

“He almost re-won the White House in 2020 even after four years of scandal after scandal, and then the pandemic and the mismanagement of that,” she added. “That never affected him. And he almost won and his party picked up seats in the House.”

“No one should underestimate his ability to energize the base with grievance politics,” added Mike Morey, the Democratic strategist who served as an aide to Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.). “Democrats would be foolish to think he would be easy to take down.”

Behind the scenes, Trump, 75, has told associates he is eager to announce another White House bid. But advisers have told him to keep a low profile, preferably until after the midterm elections next years.

Trump’s urgency to announce a new bid, GOP strategists say, has been driven by President Biden’s poor polling in recent weeks. Trump frequently sends the media emailed releases touting bad numbers for Biden.

Biden has seen his approval numbers drop following a messy withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, and even Democrats have accused him of mishandling the border and immigration issues.

Independents, who helped catapult Biden into the White House last year, have also soured on him and the gridlock on Capitol Hill, where Democrats control both chambers.

And Trump is ready to pounce.

“We’re not supposed to be talking about it yet, from the standpoint of campaign finance laws, which frankly are ridiculous,” Trump said last month during a stop at a police station to commemorate the Sept. 11 attacks, after he was asked if he was going to launch another bid for the White House. “But I think you are going to be happy. Let me put it that way.”

Trump also has sought to keep other Republicans – including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis – out of the race, clearing the field for a potential run.

“If I faced him, I’d beat him like I would beat everyone else,” Trump said in an interview last week with Yahoo Finance. “I think most people would drop out. I think he would drop out.”

A Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey out last month showed that 58 percent of the GOP voters surveyed would want Trump to be the Republican nominee in 2024, setting up a potential rematch between Biden and his predecessor.

If President Trump indeed runs again in 2024, do you think he’ll return to the White House?

Let us know your predictions in the comments section below!

This is why it’s so important to maintain the integrity of our presidential elections!


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