Trump Labels Biden Presidency “Illegitimate”

( President Donald Trump is known for his use of nicknames for his political opponents, starting the trend in his 2016 campaign for president. After successfully branding Hillary Clinton “Crooked Hillary,” his new nickname for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate is even more brutal.

“Illegitimate president.”

During an interview aired on Fox News on Sunday, President Donald Trump discussed ongoing challenges to the results of the 2020 presidential election. He talked about how his campaign and various Republican allies are still taking measures to prevent a president being selected based on a compromised election, and described Biden as “illegitimate.”

“I worry about the country having an illegitimate president, that’s what I worry about,” the president said. “A president that lost and lost badly. This wasn’t like a close election. You look at Georgia, we won Georgia big. We won Pennsylvania big. We won Wisconsin big. We won it big.”

Despite social media networks claiming otherwise, Joe Biden is not yet the president-elect and the election was affected by illegal voting and unconstitutional election practices.

In the battleground states mentioned by President Trump, election results were influenced by tens of thousands of illegal votes, and hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots counted in the dark of night when no official Republican poll watchers were able to watch.

So far, the president’s efforts to take his take to court have failed in state supreme courts, as well as the Supreme Court. On Friday, the Supreme Court rejected a case put forward by the state of Texas which was joined by 16 other states and the president himself. The court rejected the case on standing, and not on merit, meaning the evidence put forward in the case – and in many other cases – still have not been examined in court.

Should Joe Biden be chosen by the Electoral College in the December 14 vote, and that vote confirmed in January in a joint session in Congress, then he will become the next president of the United States. And if that happens without courts examining evidence, which includes thousands of sworn affidavits from Americans who witnessed fraud, along with video footage and photographs, then Trump’s description of Biden as “illegitimate” could be perfectly accurate.

Speaking of the Supreme Court’s lack of courage to hear the case, the president said he was disappointed.

“We’ve proven it, but no judge has had the courage, including the Supreme Court,” he said. “No judge including in the Supreme Court of the United States had had the courage to allow it to be heard.”

Could we be facing an issue of no judge wanting to be the one forced to hear evidence of the greatest fraud in American history?