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WATCH: Trump Never Said 2020 Election Was Stolen, According To Candidate He Endorsed

WATCH: Trump Never Said 2020 Election Was Stolen, According To Candidate He Endorsed

Herschel Walker would like to be the next U.S. Senator from Georgia. He’d also like you to believe that he’s never heard Donald Trump, the former president, has never claimed the 2020 election was ‘stolen’ from him.

COMMERCE, GA – MARCH 26: Heisman Trophy winner and Republican candidate for US Senate Herschel Walker speaks to supporters of former U.S. President Donald Trump during a rally at the Banks County Dragway on March 26, 2022 in Commerce, Georgia. This event is a part of Trump’s Save America Tour around the United States. (Photo by Megan Varner/Getty Images)

Herschel Walker is one of six candidates in today’s Republican Senate Primary in Georgia, and has Donald Trump’s endorsement — but it doesn’t sound like he’s been paying much attention to the man who endorsed him. In fact, he says that he doesn’t think he’s ever heard Trump say that the 2020 election was stolen.

“I think reporters say that. I don’t know whether [former] President Trump has said — he never said it to me…No, no, he has never — I’ve never heard [former] President Trump ever say that.”

Well, fortunately, if Walker needs help finding when and where Trump claimed the election was stolen, the answer is recorded on video and in Trump’s own published statements, over and over.

In fact, via CBS, the video below is the one Trump released asking the mob that was fighting to overturn the election on his behalf to leave (hours after the attack began).

(Emphasis added in the quote below.)

“..We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election, and everyone knows it, especially the other side, but you have to go home now…”

He hasn’t stopped saying it, either. Here’s a statement he released near the end of April, congratulating two Michigan candidates. Note on the 5th and 6th line, he attributes their success to being willing to talk about “the rigged and stolen 2020 Presidential Election.” You can also see this statement on his website.

Here’s another, from March, when he campaigned in Walker’s state. Walker was actually at this event — the photo of him above is from this rally. Trump followed up the next day with a boast about crowd size and an attack on Governor Brian Kemp for “let[ting] the election be rigged and stolen.” Again, if there’s any doubt about the authenticity of this statement, it’s also on his website.

These are only three examples, but Trump has clearly been making the false claim even before he left office, and continues to do so. Who is Herschel Walker trying to fool?

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