American News Jun 12, 2021 6:19 PM EST

Trump says 'I was right' after multiple fake news articles debunked

As the fake news narratives crumble surrounding the Wuhan lab leak theory and Lafayette Square photo-op, former President Donald Trump has claimed numerous victories over the Democrats and mainstream media.

Trump says 'I was right' after multiple fake news articles debunked
Mia Cathell The Post Millennial
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As the fake news narratives crumble surrounding the Wuhan lab leak theory and Lafayette Square photo-op, former President Donald Trump has claimed numerous victories over the Democrats and mainstream media.

"Have you noticed that they are now admitting I was right about everything they lied about before the election?" questioned Trump via press statement Saturday.

Trump then claimed vindication for multiple headlines that have rocked the nation since the previous administration. "Hydroxychloroquine works," Trump prefaced the bulleted list of triumphs. The 45th president also touted that he predicted that COVID-19 was leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

At the GOP convention in North Carolina last Saturday night, Trump reiterated that he was one of the first to question China's role in the emergence of COVID-19 and the origins of the pandemic. The comeback speech paraded how Trump was proven right by the unfolding events for pointing the finger of blame at China when political, scientific, and media establishments down played the Wuhan laboratory leak theory. In recent weeks, the theory has garnered credence. Establishment journalists have since confessed that the press continued to dismiss the hypothesis because Trump and GOP allies pitched its probability to the public.

"The media, the Democrats, and the so-called experts are now finally admitting what I first said 13 months ago: the evidence demonstrates that the virus originated in a Chinese government lab," Trump declared last weekend.

Trump stated that China inflicted $16 trillion of economic damage on the United States, urging America and the rest of the world to seek reparations and accountability from the Chinese government. "China must pay," he demanded.

"Hunter Biden's laptop was real," Trump also wrote in the press release. President Joe Biden's controversial son answered "of course" in an interview with CBS in early April that questioned Hunter Biden's ownership of the infamous device he is alleged to have dropped off at the Delaware computer repair shop.

Trump also gloated over the Office of Inspector General's report that revealed that authorities were set to clear Lafayette Park for new fencing hours before learning of Trump's plans to walk to St. John's Church. The clearance was intended to allow space for the contractor to install the fencing, not for an alleged photo opportunity that prompted the dispersal of Black Lives Matter protesters.

The former commander-in-chief named multiple more successes and articles of faith that have manifested into the news cycle, including the production of COVID-19 vaccines before the end of 2020 "in record time," Democrat state lockdowns that "didn't work," closed schools should be opened, and critical race theory is disastrous for classrooms and the country at-large.

He called the southern border security program an unprecedented success and smirked that the "Russian bounties" story turned out to be fake. The federal government walked back the allegation, but White House press secretary Jen Psaki still dodged questions about whether Biden regrets attacking Trump over the issue.

In another press statement, Trump noted that the Justice Department is onboarding more individuals in order to "fight against efforts to limit voting and, I assume, other illegal voting acts," he wrote, pivoting to post-election blues.

"Based on that it would seem the DOJ has no choice but to look at the massive voter fraud which took place in certain Swing States, and I assume elsewhere, during the 2020 Presidential Election Scam," he quipped, naming voting machines, underaged voters, dead residents, illegal aliens, ballot drops, ballot cheating, absentee ballots, United States Postal Service delivery "or lack thereof," lock boxes, and paid votes in what Trump labeled the "Crime of the Century."

Trump told readers to look at what has happened to the nation, the border, and the economy in the past five months under the Biden administration.

"If there is going to be honor and greatness for America, the voting irregularities and fraud of that election must be brought to light, immediately," he fired.

Trump continues to react to media developments while under Big Tech scrutiny, trumpeting on the Twitter-style blog where he is able to broadcast thoughts to the world uncensored. The interface itself comes equipped with options to share posts to Facebook and Twitter where he remains banned across social media platforms.

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