Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich told Newsmax TV that election fraud runs deep and is widespread in large Democrat-controlled cities.
During a Friday appearance on Newsmax TV’s “John Bachman Now,” Blagojevich said claims that Democrats are stealing votes in Philadelphia are true and the fraud likely isn’t limited to just one city.
“I don't think it's just confined to Philadelphia,” he said, adding his "instincts" tell him election fraud is taking place in other cities like Atlanta, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Las Vegas.
“Coming out of the Democratic Chicago political establishment I know how they operate,” he said, pointing out Democrats control the political apparatus that counts the votes, the polling places, and the people who count the votes. “It’s a time-honored tradition" he said of Democratic election fraud.
He claimed that Democrat-led polling places stop counting votes when their candidate is behind and in the middle of the night “the stealing starts.”
“We’ve seen that in big numbers, in unprecedented numbers in this election,” he said, noting cities are getting away with conducting widespread fraud because the “corrupt mainstream media” isn’t “interested in protecting our Constitution.”
“They just want to beat Donald Trump at all costs,” he said, adding that Democrats aren’t just stealing the election from the president, but they are stealing it from the American people.
“This is incredibly dangerous to our democracy and our freedoms,” he said, calling this a “critical moment in our history.”
He said Americans should rise up and peacefully protest against the political establishment. He called the cause larger than backing the president because it’s about having "fair and free elections."
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