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American News Jan 6, 2021 6:52 PM EST

'BULLS**T!' Crowd goes wild as Trump slams voter fraud

"That election, our election, was over at 10:00 in the evening," Trump said in reference to the presidential elections held Nov. 3.

'BULLS**T!' Crowd goes wild as Trump slams voter fraud
James Anthony Montreal QC

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A crowd of Trump supporters gathered in Washington, DC on Wednesday to rally for President Trump.

"That election, our election, was over at 10:00 in the evening," Trump said in reference to the presidential elections held Nov. 3.

"We're leading Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia by hundreds of thousands of votes, and then late in the evening or early in the morning, boom! These explosions of bulls**t," referring to the alleged election fraud that took place.

The crowd catches Trump's enthusiasm and breaks out into thunderous applause.

Following the applause surges the chant, as the crowd starts shouting in unison, "BULLS**T! BULLS**T! BULLS**T!" over and over.

Comments on the video overwhelmingly showed support for the sentiment in question:

"Same thing happened in the Ga Senate run off last night. Same graph spike in the middle of the night," commented one supporter.

The Georgia Senate runoff elections have both been decided in the Democrat's favor, giving the party of Joe Biden the run of both the executive and legislative branches.

Congress on Wednesday will vote to certify the results of the Electoral College, installing Joe Biden in the White House. While Trump and his supporters held out hope that the allegations of election fraud in several key, battleground states would be investigated prior to that point of no return, Vice President Pence said today that he did not have the authority to either unilaterally approve or reject the Congressional vote.

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