Trump Supporter Says Space Force Will Help Overturn Election in Viral Video

A video of a Donald Trump supporter at the former president's rally has gone viral after she said the Space Force has information proving the 2020 election was stolen.

Trump held a rally in Washington Township, Michigan, on Saturday and one supporter said the Space Force was going to help him overturn the 2020 election.

The video of the interview, conducted by Right Side Broadcasting Network which regularly covers Trump rallies, has been viewed over 1.8 million times on Twitter. It can be viewed here.

"The election, I believe, was stolen but we know that. Space Force has it all, Trump has all the information, it is going to be overturned," the woman said.

The Space Force was introduced on December 20, 2019, when the National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law while Trump was president.

In 2018, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) said he was pleased the idea of a space force was gaining traction and added he had been working with Rep. Jim Cooper (D-TN) to see it become a new branch of the armed forces to strengthen America's national security.

"Russia and China are surpassing us in space capabilities and we need to dedicate a separate force solely with a space mission," Rogers said on his website.

"The future of war will be fought in space, and we must stay diligent and ahead of other countries for our own national security."

The woman at the Trump rally was then asked what information she believed the Space Force had regarding the election.

"Space Force is a military branch...just like the army, all the military.

"The night of the election they literally watched the election be stolen.

"They know they watermarked the ballots, they know exactly what happened with every ballot, they know what fake ballots.

"They knew the election switches, they know what countries were involved, they followed the money, they know every politician that has been paid off.

"There was 269,000 sealed indictments but I think it might now be up to 500,000."

The Trump supporter then explained how she thought this information would be broadcast to the public.

"I believe that we are going to have an emergency broadcast, the military is going to come in with martial law.

"We are going to be shown eight hours on, eight hours off of videos, for seven days, they are going to be showing us taped tribunals, taped confessions.

"The world is going to be awakened to what is really going on with the deep state."

In the clip the woman did not provide evidence on why she believed her comments to be true or indicate where she had learned this information.

Newsweek has contacted the United States Space Force for comment.

Trump and his allies have long claimed that President Joe Biden won the last election due to the "widespread fraud" or "hacking" of election machines. Despite many supporters holding this view, no substantial evidence has emerged to corroborate these claims.

Speaking at the Michigan rally on Saturday, Trump ally and supporter Mike Lindell, the MyPillow CEO, said he had spent $35 million to prove this.

"The evidence we came out with 10 days ago, it's over. It's just a matter of getting it out there. I've spent about $35 million," he claimed.

According to its mission statement, the Space Force aims to "organize, train and equip [Space Force] Guardians to conduct global space operations that enhance the way our joint and coalition forces fight."

The Biden administration has continued to support the Space Force and in March the president's $773 billion budget request for the Defense Department for the 2023 fiscal year included $24.5 billion for the U.S. Space Force and the Space Development Agency, according to a Space News report.

Former President Donald Trump arrives at a rally on April 02, 2022 near Washington, Michigan. A Trump supporter says Space Force will help overturn the 2020 election in a viral video. Scott Olson/Getty Images

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