Trump reveals what he’ll do if he loses the 2024 election

Presumptive Republican nominee Donald J. Trump revealed what he plans to do if he loses this November’s election, the most pivotal in the nation’s history.

Trump, who has contended that the 2020 contest was rigged, spoke with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel during his visit to Waukesha, WI on Wednesday, a city near Milwaukee that will host the Republican National Convention this summer.

“If everything’s honest, I’ll gladly accept the results. I don’t change on that,” the former president told the outlet. “If it’s not, you have to fight for the right of the country.”

Even though he has been the subject of a relentless onslaught of media propaganda over his insistence 2020 wasn’t on the up-and-up and has been targeted by multiple lawfare prosecutions – two of which are based on the election – Trump hasn’t backed down on his questions about the legitimacy of the contest, a view shared by millions of Americans.

Trump also insisted that he won Wisconsin in 2020 despite the final tally showing him on the losing end to Joe Biden although questions remain about the possibility of fraudulent ballots with the system being flooded with millions of mail-in ballots throughout the country due to special rules spurred by the COVID pandemic.

“If you go back and look at all of the things that had been found out, it showed that I won the election in Wisconsin,” he told the paper. “It also showed I won the election in other locations.”

The official tally had Trump losing to Biden by 20,000 votes 1,630,866 votes to 1,610,184. Trump won the state in 2016 after Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton unwisely chose not to devote time to campaign in, a mistake that would have historic consequences.

The opposition leader also slammed Biden over the illegal alien invasion during his speech to the Waukesha faithful.

“Biden came in and unleashed mayhem on our economy, just like he unleashed mayhem on our border,” said. “They have people flowing in from the poorest and the heaviest-crime countries all over the world.”

Trump took the opportunity to hit the campaign trail during a break from a New York City courtroom where he’s being tried on trumped-up charges concocted by Soros-backed Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg over “hush money” payments to porn star Stormy Daniels.

“Democrats rigged the presidential election in 2020, but we’re not going to allow them to rig the presidential election — the most important day of our lives — in 2024,” Trump told an adoring crowd at a rally in Freeland, MI on Wednesday, as he spent time in the two critical battleground states.

“That’s why Biden is trying so hard to jail his political opponents. He wants to jail his political opponent like they do in third world countries or banana republics,” Trump said, as the crowd gleefully booed the geriatric authoritarian Democrat.

“There’s only one problem. Every one of these fake cases is bullsh*t,” Trump added, as the crowd cheered. “Every single one of them.”

The cases are all experiencing troubles that appear to make it unlikely that Trump will be tossed in jail before the election, something his enemies had been hoping for.

One thing is for certain, there will be much more scrutiny on the election this year, unlike in 2020 which remains the most controversial presidential contest in the nation’s history.

Chris Donaldson

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