Former President Donald Trump slammed the Wall Street Journal editorial board and questioned the timing of what he called a “hit piece” which urges Republicans in Wisconsin to stop former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman’s investigation into 2020 election fraud in the state.
In March, Gableman said evidence he has uncovered led him to believe the state legislature should “take a hard look” at decertifying the 2020 election. Last week, the Wisconsin State Assembly granted Gableman an extension on his investigation.
The Journal’s editorial was published as Dinesh D’Souza’s 2020 election fraud documentary “2000 Mules” was set for release.
“The fact that the WSJ editorial board came out with this hit piece the day after the nationwide premier of True the Vote’s movie, ‘2000 Mules’, which proves a massive illegal ballot harvesting operation took place in the 2020 election — especially in key battleground counties like Milwaukee County — is also curious,” Trump said in a statement on May 2.
“Voters know that unless we fix what happened in 2020, those who stole the 2020 election will try to do it again in 2022,” Trump said.