His speech to the party faithful was a recognizable screed to anyone who tuned into his 2020 campaign agendas. He attacked President Joe Biden's foreign policy maneuvers, asserted Biden is ruining the market, insisted he deserves more credit for its accelerated evolution of Covid-19 vaccines, also contended that the revolutionary left and"offset civilization" are ruining America's freedoms. Nevertheless, it was his ongoing disinformation campaign concerning the November presidential competition that was disturbing -- in part because the previous few months have demonstrated that Trump's lies are currently recognized as evidenced by the vast majority of Republicans.
In some time when followers of QAnon and internet forums reassuring of Trump have touted the mortal army coup in Myanmar as a remedy which should happen in the USA so Trump could be reinstated, current polling proves that a vast majority of Republicans think the 2020 election has been murdered despite the fact there's absolutely no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
As well as also the former President continued to fan these flames of disinformation on Saturday night, saying the 2020 election will"go down as the crime of this century" He congratulated Republican state senators from Arizona who've driven a sham audit of the 2020 election outcomes from this state's largest county and commended state lawmakers in Pennsylvania and Georgia that are after lawsuit by researching further afield and audits of the election outcomes.
"We are not likely to have a nation -- if you do not have election ethics, and if you do not have strong boundaries, our nation can be run just like a dictatorship and that is what they would love to do," Trump said. They would like to silence your voice. Bear in mind, I am not the one attempting to undermine American democracy. I am the one which's attempting to save it"
The former President also commended countries like Texas, Florida and Georgia who have complex laws making it tougher for Americans to vote -- steps which will negatively affect Black and Latino Americans -- by curtailing vote-by-mail possibilities, ballot fall boxes and lengthy hours which provided more accessibility for workers.