Trump announces Arizona rally after cancelling his Jan. 6 press conference

The liberal mainstream media and a number of congressional Democrats were hysterical over the past week or so as former President Donald Trump was set to hold a press conference on Jan. 6, the one-year anniversary of the Capitol riot.

But according to the Washington Examiner, on Tuesday, it was suddenly — and shockingly to many — canceled by the former president. Soon after the announcement, the former president revealed why he made the decision to cancel the highly anticipated event. 

“In light of the total bias and dishonesty of the January 6th Unselect Committee of Democrats, two failed Republicans, and the Fake News Media, I am canceling the January 6th Press Conference at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday,” Trump wrote in a statement.

But Trump fans now have something better to look forward to, as the 45th president announced that he will hold one of his famous rallies on Jan. 15 in Arizona, which will likely draw tens of thousands of hopeful attendees.

The former president excitedly announced the upcoming rally, which will mark the first Trump rally of 2022, and hopefully one of many more to come ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.

“It will be a big crowd! What has become more and more obvious to ALL is that the Lame Stream Media will not report the facts that Nancy Pelosi and the Capitol Sergeant-at-Arms denied requests for the D.C. National Guard of Military to be present at the Capitol,” Trump added in the statement.

He continued: “This is the Democrats’ Great-Cover-Up Committee and the Media is complicit. Why did Adam ‘Shifty’ Schiff forge and change the statement of Congressman Jim Jordan without any consequence.”

Trump went on to accuse Pelosi of destroying vital documents that could have proven that she was solely responsible for dropping the ball on Jan. 6 as far as security was concerned, which undoubtedly played a role in the breach of the Capitol. Police were simply outnumbered on that day.

While it’s not yet clear what the main topic of Trump’s upcoming Arizona rally will be, given its location, and his insistence on proving the 2020 election was a fraud, one can make a safe bet that he’ll cover those types of topics.