Donald Trump will not concede. He does not believe the election was free or fair. He will continue to fight because that is what he does when he strongly believes in an issue.
- The very definition of “concede” – to surrender or yield – is contrary to every principle or action known to Donald Trump. For him the election is not over. For the nation there are fundamental questions that must be answered to restore faith in the fairness of our electoral system.
- Right or wrong on this matter, President Trump has exposed major flaws in our election process and has put those flaws and his opinions right out in the open for the entire American public to see and evaluate.
As Donald Trump’s deputy campaign chairman in 2016, I can share insights on our election integrity strategy, and what options the campaign has left at this stage in the race. Knowing the strategy and the tactical plans of the Trump campaign, I can provide an analysis of how the current process will unfold.
Currently voting issues have been cited in multiple states. GA, PA, MI, WI, and AZ.
Election officials have admitted that there is “illegal voting” and “double counted votes” in several states.
- Election fraud and illegal voting have occurred in our elections for decades. We have never paid attention to it. We have never really cared about it because it never gets to a level of significantly impacting an election, so we have never fixed it.
- Mail-in ballots are the primary culprit and represent the greatest act of election fraud. 92 million ballots requested with 65 million returned. Most states were not prepared to deal with these ballots. There were numerous mistakes made.
- Is there systemic fraud or not? There are a lot of questions and allegations, but it is essential to find proof. Dominion Voting Systems has been discussed frequently with alleged ties to high-profile Democrats. I can provide commentary on what we should be looking for and the implications of the current narratives.
One element that many Americans, Republican and Democrat alike, have not focused on is the President’s control and influence of the Republican Party. Even those within his own party are hesitant to take any action at this moment. His decisions over the next 65 days are critical to shaping his future, what he will do next, and his impact on the party moving forward.
My analyses on these topics, based on understanding the changing dynamics of the present election and my experiences with the 2016 Trump campaign and the RNC, have been timely and accurate.
Rick Gates rose through multiple senior roles in Donald Trump’s campaign starting in March 2016, rising to deputy campaign chairman. Following Trump’s successful election, he continued his service as the deputy chairman to the president-elect’s Inaugural Committee, and after, as a co-founder of the America First Policies Super PAC for the president.
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