Former President Trump Says He’s Not The One Undermining U.S. Democracy, Says He’s ‘The One Trying To Save It’

Former President Trump Says He’s Not The One Undermining U.S. Democracy, Says He’s ‘The One Trying To Save It’

Taking a sharp jab at the current President of the United States, Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump hit back at the mainstream media for suggesting that he is trying to “undermine American democracy,” instead declaring he’s “the one that’s trying to save it.”

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“They want to silence you; they want to silence your voice,” Trump said during a speech he delivered at the North Carolina Republican Party Convention on Saturday night.

“Remember, I am not the one trying to undermine American democracy. I’m the one that’s trying to save it. Please remember that,” he continued.

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Trump then made a call for election integrity measures, which includes signature verification, voter identification, and regulation on Big Tech providing funding, like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did, for election drop boxes.

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“We all know what happened with the election, and we can never, ever let that happen again,” the former president said.

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Trump said America under Biden is heading to a dictatorship, although he mocked the current president for not even being the one in charge.

“We’re not going to have a country if you don’t have election integrity, and if you don’t have strong borders, our country can be run like a dictatorship, and that’s what they’d like to do,” Trump went on to add. “I don’t even think Biden is the dictator.

“If anybody knows who the hell is running that operation could you let us know? Because I don’t think it’s Joe. But who the hell knows? Maybe it is. Maybe it is,” he continued.

The trademark Trump speech began with a vow to bring the Republican Party forward in 2022 as its top endorser.

“It’s great to be back in Greenville, with so many proud North Carolina patriots who love our country, support our military, respect our police, honor our flag, and always put America first,” Trump said at the start of his speech. “We don’t put America’s second. As we gather tonight, our country is being destroyed before our very own eyes. Crime is exploding. Police departments are being ripped apart and defunded.”

“Can you believe that?” He asked.

Trump lamented the bad policies of the Biden administration that Americans are coming to accept as the new normal.

“Speaking of our leaders: They’re bowing down to China; America is being demeaned and humiliated on the world stage; our freedom is being overtaken by left wing cancel culture; and the Biden administration is pushing toxic critical race theory and illegal discrimination into our children’s schools,” the former president went on to say, adding, “Now you tell me: We take this?”

Trump then called out the violent protests that left a ton of damage to American citizens and the economy as businesses were burned down and looted.

“They’re violent, in many cases, hate our country, and they have bad policy now,” Trump said, hammering the far left. “Bad news. From our standpoint, they stick together. They don’t have some of the people like we have. Where they go on their own, and they do what they have to they stick together. And that’s the one thing they have. They stick together, but their policy is so bad.”

“And we’re going to have a tremendous 2022 just like we did – frankly 2020 think of it: more votes than any sitting president in the history of the United States by far – we had a great election. Bad things happened, but we had a great election,” the former commander-in-chief said.

We do need to take election integrity seriously, no matter what the true outcome of the 2020 presidential election turns out to be. There have been serious questions brought up about the security of our election system and these need to be answered and the problems solved with long-term solutions.