Former President Donald Trump seemed to say on Wednesday in a statement that Republicans would boycott future elections if the voter fraud he alleges took place in the 2020 election is not “solved.”
“If we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020 (which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented), Republicans will not be voting ’22 or ’24,” he said. “It is the single most important thing for Republicans to do.”
It was not clear what Trump meant by “solve the Presidential Election Fraud,” but critics suggested he meant overturning the election, according to Breitbart.
Similar comments before the January special Senate election in Georgia was thought to have cost Republicans both seats that were up for grabs there, resulting in a 50-50 divided Senate with Democrats having the tiebreaking vote of Vice President Kamala Harris.
It would be ridiculous for Republicans to even consider not voting with the disaster President Joe Biden and the Democrats have brought to the country since taking over the executive and legislative branches. What is Trump thinking?
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