According to a recent report from the Washington Post, ex-President Donald Trump held a lavish, glitzy pity party for himself and his closest allies, club members, and inner circle at his Mar-a-Lago home/resort, to mark the debut of a new election fraud conspiracy theory film, where they could all wallow together in Donnie’s “unfair” loss to President Biden.
The report claims that Trump and his people were celebrating the release of “Rigged: The Zuckerberg Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump,” a 42-minute film produced by Citizens United president David Bossie. The film is essentially almost an hour of nothing more than various Trump advisers whining and accusing the Facebook social media platform of funding voter turnout and education efforts that ultimately served to help Democrats secure the election.
“Some of the people here say we shouldn’t be talking about 2020,” Bossie said during the Mar-a-Lago event. “I think it’s vital that we do. If we don’t prove what happened in 2020, how can we stop it from happening again.”
Trump allegedly said that he was more excited about his friend’s election fraud conspiracy theory film than he was “Citizen Kane,” “Titanic,” and “Gone With The Wind,” as he obviously remains completely and fully obsessed with the mere notion of his 2020 election loss. He also allegedly repeated his ongoing claims that Vladimir Putin and Russia never would have invaded and attacked Ukraine, nor would gas prices have ever gone up if the 2020 presidential election hadn’t been “rigged” against him.
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“It just would have never happened,” Trump allegedly declared to his partygoers after brutally describing the heinous massacre of Ukrainian citizens during a recent invasion ordered by Vladimir Putin.
Donald also used the event to air out his laundry list of grievances with various Republicans who didn’t back his Big Lie and help him overturn the 2020 election.
Guests at the event included notable GOP names such as former White House advisers Kellyanne Conway and Hope Hicks, right-wing attorney Cleta Mitchell, Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, former spokesman Hogan Gidley, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus, Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes and One America News anchor Christina Bobb.
“We’ll make America great again, again,” Trump rowdily declared during the event as he repeatedly promised he’d be back in 2024 for another stab at the White House.
You can read the full report from the Washington Post here.
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