File picture: Video retweeted by Trump claims coronavirus was engineered to drag him down
Continuing his bid to boost doubts over the election outcomes, President Trump on Sunday retweeted a video containing a number of conspiracy theories across the 2020 race with a weird tackle the origin of the coronavirus claiming it was engineered to tarnish his picture.
The video posted by an nameless account known as @a17time which tweets in assist of President Trump showcases a string of claims ranging from the origin of Covid-19 and resulting in the 2020 polling and the election outcomes.
The video opens with the title in daring “How to steal an election” and voiceover says: “Start with a virus, import it into America, talk about it nonstop, call some governors, put patients into nursing homes, kill thousands, blame the president, keep blaming, blame some more,” the narrator says, whereas photographs of crowded hospitals and cemeteries play within the background.
“Lockdown small business [sic], kill the economy, push mail-in voting, stoke a race war, call for violence pick a candidate, no, not her,” says the voiceover with the photographs of Tulsi Gabbard after which strikes to the photographs of Joe Biden saying “yes, that’s more like him [sic],” whereas the music from “No Church in the Wild” by Kanye West and Jay-Z performs within the background.
The voiceover continues to make claims of the press “shielding” Mr Biden and never protecting conservatives. “Ignore the economic recovery, downplay the world peace, pump the place,” says the voiceover.
The video which is a bit longer than a minute has obtained greater than 370,000 views and has been retweeted over 20 thousand instances. The social networking website was additionally fast to mark the video as “disputed” as with most of President Trump’s tweets containing unsubstantiated claims associated to the election.
The video largely follows the road of what President Trump has been claiming to date together with claims like widespread rigging, fraud with voting software program and connivance of the media and “big tech guys,” and ends with the assertion, “stealing the most powerful republic in the world… it’s that easy.”
However, most of those claims have already been debunked by the authorities and unbiased fact-checkers who proceed to keep up that the US elections have been carried out in a good method with none international interference. Most of Mr Trump’s lawsuits with comparable allegations have already both been withdrawn or rejected by the courts and the outcomes have already been formally licensed.
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