Several groups of Floridians backing President Donald Trump are heading to Washington for what could be a tumultuous week in the nation’s capital.
Mark Phillips of the Flagler County Liberty Coalition will head up on Tuesday with a bus of Trump supporters ready to protest the election results in Washington on Wednesday.
“Everybody is 100 percent on board, not going to be for Joe Biden as our president. Everybody is going to be for stopping the fraudulent election,” Phillips told Florida Daily. “Everybody feels that there is definitely the possibility still that Trump will be the president for the next four years.”
Phillips and other Trump want Congress to dispute the Electoral College vote.
“He has more electors than Joe Biden when you take out the fraudulent states,” Phillips claimed, insisting Trump should be declared the winner in Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and Pennsylvania due to fraud.
“I think it was death by a thousand cuts. I believe that the Democratic Party put way more work in than the Republicans in taking over polling places, taking over the different positions that has to do with elections, and I believe that there was just all different types of fraud,” he said.
Despite the complete lack of evidence, Phillips made claims about ballots being run multiple times, ballot dumps in the middle of the night and ballots that were filed by Democrats that were outright fraudulent.
Phillips said he did his own research and called on others to do the same.
“It doesn’t matter at this point about winning the election. We know there was fraud. It’s been proven to the American people. We have a major problem with our media, and until we get that fixed, we are going to lose our country.” he said.
The “Stop the Steal” protests will be happening in Washington as Congress gets ready to count the electoral votes on Wednesday.
“It is our duty now to step up, take the bull by the horns, and take our country back. It’s not a fun thing. It’s not a nice thing,” Phillips said, insisting he has no choice left and saying Florida politicians are not doing enough to protest the election. “They’re really not there to serve the people or help the people. They are there to further their careers and expand their pockets.”
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