The Post Millennial has learned that President Donald Trump intends to hold rallies as a means to send a message to his opponents in the Democratic party and the media, who’ve declared former Vice President Joe Biden and his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris as the victors of the 2020 US Elections.
Speaking to The Post Millennial, a source close to the White House informed this publication that Trump intends to use the events to rally his base of supporters and to send “a message to the left.”
"President Trump is planning to use these rallies to mobilize the base as a message to the left and to the Democrats that we are not going anywhere, and that this fight is far from over,” said the source.
Without any urging from the President himself, Trump supporters have been rallying at city halls in various cities across the United States to contest irregularities in the polling results in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada, and other cities where irregularities in the counting have been reported.
President Trump, who has been heavily censored by Twitter, maintains he “won this election, by a lot!” and has demanded transparency in the ballot counting process.
“We should look at the votes,” said George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley in a Fox News interview. “We’re just beginning the tabulation stage. We should look at these allegations. We’re seeing a number of affidavits that there has been voter fraud. We have a history in this country of election problems.”
“In Pennsylvania you had an order by a how these ballots were authenticated, because if there’s a problem in the system about authentication, that would seriously affect the ENTIRE ELECTION - And what concerns me is that we had over a hundred million mail-in ballot in cites like Philadelphia and Detroit with a long series of election problems (to put it mildly),” he said.