Trump: If election officials don’t clean up alleged fraud, ‘Republicans will not be voting’ next time around

Amid a series of statements issued through his Save America PAC on Wednesday, former President Donald Trump dropped a bombshell: If officials don’t address the GOP’s continued concerns about election integrity, he said, then Republican voters should sit out the next two election cycles.

The former president reportedly released a flurry of statements over the course of the day highlighting allegations of election fraud in Georgia and Michigan and calling out what he characterized as the heavily partisan Jan. 6 Select Committee in the House for its one-sided and narrow probe into the Capitol riot.

Trump speaks on election issues

In one statement, Trump said boycotting future elections “is the single most important thing for Republicans to do” if they want to stand up to officials who he said have allowed election fraud.

“If we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020 (which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented), Republicans will not be voting in ‘22 or ‘24. It is the single most important thing for Republicans to do,” the former president said.

In a separate statement Wednesday, Trump pointed to the allegations of “large-scale irregularities” in Michigan’s 2020 election, particularly in Detroit’s Wayne County.

Those allegations include that more votes were cast than actual voters, that nearly 300,000 mail-in absentee ballots were sent to voters without being requested, that GOP poll watchers were kicked out, and that a majority of the numbers in Detroit failed to match up with reported totals.

Trump asserted that efforts to launch an audit of the results were being blocked by “RINOs” — Republicans in name only. “Hopefully,” he said, “each one of these cowardly RINOs, whose names will be identified and forthcoming, will be primaried, with my Complete and Total Endorsement, in the upcoming election.”

“The fight continues”

As for Georgia, Trump noted that a judge had recently denied a requested review of cast ballots, a decision the former president decried as a “disgrace” that only bolstered his belief that the ballots must be “terrible.”

“Our Country is going to hell and we are not allowed transparency even in our Elections. The people of Georgia deserve to know the truth,” Trump said. “So unfair to them and our Country. The fight continues, we will never give up. Our Elections are so corrupt and nobody wants to do anything about it!”

Finally, Trump addressed the “partisan hacks” of the “January 6th Unselect Committee” currently investigating the unrest at the U.S. Capitol that occurred as Congress was certifying the 2020 election results. The ex-president asked why these lawmakers aren’t also studying the “massive Presidential Election Fraud” that, in his view, “was the reason that hundreds of thousands of people went to Washington to protest on January 6th.”

“You cannot study January 6th without studying the reason it happened, November 3rd,” he charged. “But the Democrats don’t want to do that because they know what took place on Election Day in the Swing States, and beyond.”

Trump concluded: “If we had an honest media this Election would have been overturned many months ago, but our media is almost as corrupt as our political system!”

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