Trump Relies On Social Media To Make His Most Important Speech Yet

The mainstream media is getting tired of hearing about the President’s claims of widespread voter fraud so Donald Trump has been forced to turn to his loyal social media to get his message across.

Trump has always been a prolific Twitter user, using the platform to reach an audience that the mainstream media perhaps doesn't appeal to. When Twitter began tightening the reigns and flagging his tweets as misinformation this only caused the president to push back even harder.

Now, with the mainstream media refusing to air any of his legal team’s efforts to uncover voter fraud, the President has once again took to social media to deliver a 46-minute speech that he calls “the most important” speech he’ll ever give.

Trump's main point during the speech is that Joe Biden "can't be President."

He argues that "lots of bad things happened" during the election and "if we are right about the fraud, Joe Biden can't be president. We're talking about hundreds of thousands of votes. We're talking about numbers like nobody has ever seen before.

The president then points to the surge in absentee balloting and early voting due to health concerns and emphasized that "we used to have what was called Election Day. Now we have election days, weeks and months, and lots of bad thing happened during this ridiculous period of time."

"The mail and voting scam is the latest part of their four-year effort to overturn the results of the 2016 election," he added. "And it's been like living in hell."

President Trump assured his supporters that he's "determined to protect our election system" which he says "is now under coordinated assault and siege."

Afterword, both Twitter and Facebook flagged this speech as "misinformation."

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