Donald Trump was in Iowa on Saturday for two campaign stops, the first in Ankeny, followed by another in Cedar Rapids.
Trump’s obsession with the 2020 election continues to be a subject he seems to think is crucial as he campaigns to win the GOP presidential nomination. I Photo: NATO Flickr
And his obsession with the 2020 election continues to be a subject he seems to think is crucial as he campaigns to win the GOP presidential nomination, despite his position that he won being debunked time and again, Althea Legaspi reported for Rolling Stone.
During his “Commit to Caucus” speech in Ankeny, Trump went over similar tropes he’s been touting throughout his campaign, calling media “fake news” and reiterating his false claim that the 2020 election was stolen when President Biden was rightfully declared president, beating Trump by 7.5 million votes.
“The one thing they don’t want to talk about is the  election. They are guilty as hell, they cheated like hell.”
At the Cedar Rapids event, Trump homed in on attacking “crooked” President Biden while continuing to harp on his bogus claim that the 2020 election was rigged and, even further, that Jesus and God would declare him a winner now.
“I think if you had a real election and Jesus came down and God came down and said, ‘I’m gonna be the scorekeeper here,’ I think we’d win [in California], I think we’d win in Illinois, and I think we’d win in New York.”