‘Start with a virus’: Trump suggests Covid-19 was invented to cost him the 2020 election

File Image: Video of Trump retweeted claims coronavirus was designed to pull him down
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Continuing his efforts to cast doubt on the election results, President Trump tweeted a video on Sunday containing multiple conspiracy theories surrounding the 2020 race with a bizarre depiction of the origin of the coronavirus, which is supposed to tarnish its image.
The video, posted from an anonymous account called @ a17time, tweeting in support of President Trump, reveals a series of claims that go into the origin of Covid-19 and lead to the 2020 election and election results.
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The video begins with the title “How to Steal an Election” in bold and the speaker says, “Start with a virus, import it to America, talk about it all the time, call some governors, take patients to nursing homes, kill thousands, blame the president, continue to blame, blame even more, "says the narrator, while recordings of overcrowded hospitals and cemeteries play in the background.
"Blocking small businesses, killing the economy, promoting mail-in votes, fomenting a race war, calling for violence, choosing a candidate, no, not them," says the spokesman with the gunshots from Tulsi Gabbard and then goes to the recording of Joe Biden who says, "Yeah, that's more like him," while the music from "No Church in the Wild" by Kanye West and Jay-Z plays in the background.
The voiceover continues to claim that the press "shields" Mr. Biden and does not cover conservatives. "Ignore the economic recovery, downplay world peace, pump the place up," the spokesman said.
The video, which lasts a little over a minute, received more than 370,000 views and was retweeted over 20,000 times. The social networking site also quickly marked the video as "controversial," as with most of President Trump's tweets containing unsubstantiated claims related to the election.
The video largely follows the line of what President Trump has claimed so far, including claims such as widespread rigging, fraud with voting software and media connectivity, and "big tech people," and ends with the statement, "stealing the most powerful republic in." the world ... it's that simple. "
However, most of these allegations have been debunked by the authorities and independent fact-checkers, who continue to claim that the US elections were conducted in a fair manner, without foreign interference. Most of Mr Trump's lawsuits on similar allegations have either been withdrawn or dismissed by the courts, and the results have been officially confirmed.
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