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Former President Trump urges Republicans not to vote in the next election unless the 2020 election “fraud” is uncovered.
“If we don’t solve the 2020 presidential voter fraud (which we have documented extensively and conclusively), Republicans will not vote in 22-24,” Trump said in a statement on Wednesday. “It is the most important thing for Republicans to do.”
Trump’s claims of a “rigged” election also lowered voter turnout in the Georgia Senate runoff on January 5. The Georgians elected two Democratic senators, giving the party a total of 50 seats in the Senate.
Trump has repeatedly claimed, without evidence, that President Biden lost the election due to electoral fraud. While Trump claimed to have won the states of Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania at a rally in Iowa on Saturday, Biden has won each of those states.
Efforts by Trump supporters to prove the former president won in various districts failed, including an election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona, which confirmed Biden’s victory.
“I’m telling you the biggest problem, no matter how bad the border is. . . the biggest problem, the problem that attracts the most, the most respect, the greatest applause, is talking about the voter fraud of the 2020 presidential election, ”Trump said at his rally in the Iowa.
The former president also compared his actions to those of Hillary Clinton in 2016, saying, “Here’s the difference. Hillary [Clinton] conceded. I never conceded. No reason to give in.