Trump drops new rant claiming America will 'never heal' unless his conspiracy theories are taken seriously
Donald Trump speaks to a large crowd at "An Address to Young America" an event hosted by Students for Trump and Turning Point Action. (Nuno21 / Shutterstock.com)

Donald Trump issued a statement on Tuesday demanding that his debunked conspiracy theories of election fraud be taken seriously.

"The Democrats are feasting on January 6th, with no Republicans on the Unselect Committee (Cheney and Kinzinger are not Republicans!) but they are refusing to even discuss the root cause of that protest, which was the insurrection that took place during the November 3rd Presidential Election," Trump said in a statement emailed to reporters.

Trump has claimed that the insurrection did not happen on January 6th, when his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to overturn the election results. Instead, Trump has lied that the insurrection actually occurred on election day, when he lost the vote to Joe Biden. The situation was so bizarre the Associated Press issued a fact-check that election day was not the real insurrection.

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"We had a Rigged and Stolen Election in our Country, the proof is voluminous and everywhere, but the Democrats refuse to even mention or discuss it," Trump said, even though he has not provided evidence of fraud that would change the outcome in the year he's been pushing his "Big Lie."

"It's called Cancel Culture, and until that is done, this Country will never heal!" Trump said.