Trump Supporters To Hold Virtual Second Inauguration

(PoliticalLookout.com)- Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump are planning to attend a virtual second inauguration for the president, assuming that Joe Biden is ultimately confirmed as the next president in Congress in the January 6 joint session.

The event will be held at the same time as the official inauguration event, which could see former Vice President Joe Biden sworn in as president despite tens of thousands of illegal votes being cast in battleground states like Georgia, and hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots counted in Pennsylvania without observation from Republican poll watchers.

Fox News sneeringly reported that the event is being held even though Trump “lost his bid for a second term,” seemingly refusing to acknowledge the ongoing lawsuits and legislative remedies being discussed by members of Congress to deal with confirmed instances of voter fraud and misconduct.

The event, which was organized on Facebook, has been labeled with a disclaimer that reads “Joe Biden is the President-elect. He will be inaugurated as the 46th US President on Jan. 20, 2021.”

The disclaimer is half true. Biden is the President-elect in the sense that the Electoral College gave him 270 votes on December 14th, but he has also not been confirmed by Congress. Until the votes have been confirmed, President Donald Trump can still win the election – based only on legal votes – and may still be inaugurated on January 20.

Facebook may wish to inject their opinion into this discussion, but they cannot claim that Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20. Congress doesn’t know what will happen yet.

The virtual second inauguration will be hosted by Evi Kokalari-Angelakis, a former Trump campaign supporter. Kokalari hit out at Facebook’s disclaimer, saying that Americans’ voting rights were under attack.

“Our voting rights are under attack! So is our freedom of speech! And FB’s disclaimer on this post, proves just that,” Kokalari said.

If Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20, President Donald Trump could do one of many things. It is the convention that the former president is in attendance, but with so much election fraud and Biden’s refusal to admit it happened, it seems unlikely he will. The president has also reportedly floated the idea of launching a 2024 election campaign on inauguration day at a rival event.

This could get interesting…