Valdosta, as. – President Donald Trump urges Georgia voters to cast ballots for Sense. Much of his first rally since denying the presidency of David Perdue and Kelly Loughfer in next month’s Senate elections has condemned the new reality.
The president has repeatedly misrepresented that he won Georgia and the presidency, while Georgian Republicans have been bombarded by governmentalist Brian Kemp and Foreign Secretary Brad Rafensperger, and have come forward for wholesale changes in the electoral system.
Many of Trump’s attempts at manipulating the election have consistently diminished. He and friends were there Their court has consistently rejected the challenges And attempts by state legislatures to withhold results. Saturday, he That Kemp in an attempt to force the results to be manipulated.
“I’ve worked harder in the last three weeks than I have ever done in my life,” Trump said of his efforts to manipulate the results, despite his schedule being too short and public. “Doing so.”
The president spoke in Londes County In which he won With more than 55 percent of the vote last month, Georgia set a record Statewide For the most part Kovid-19 cases, Hospital admissions peak in mid-August. Trump called the virus “totally weird.”
Focusing on the election results last month, Trump said, “If I lose, I will lose very kindly.”
“I’m going to Florida,” he added. “I take it lightly.”
Next California confirmed its results on Friday, Enough states – including Georgia – have confirmed their election results to give President-elect Joe Biden the 270 electoral votes needed to take over the White House. Biden won 306 election votes in Trump’s 232 election last month.
State Republicans were concerned Ahead of Trump’s rally on how the message will be, he thinks his supporters will stay home next month and not join calls made by some friends not to vote. Trump is also running a burning land campaign against Republicans.
Perdue and Lofler will face Democrats Joan Osaf and Rafael Warnock in the January 5 runoff election, which will determine Senate control.
“We have to do the opposite,” Trump called on the House. “We can’t do that.”
In addition to chanting “another four years”, people chanted “Stop stealing” at various points. As Perdue spoke in front of the crowd, the hymn “Fight for Trump” was heard, drowning out his remarks.
While he pressured Republicans to vote next month, the president also indicated that the election was “tough”.
Trump stressed the importance of Perdue and Lofler remaining in the Senate, and at times seems to have accepted that he is no longer president. He called them “two great people,” but he did not particularly like to rally for Senate candidates because “I do not like doing it for other people.”
In his remarks, Lofler praised Trump and said, “If we don’t vote, we will lose the country.”
Near the end of his remarks, Trump made a joke Potential 2024 bid For the White House condemning his inevitable departure.
“In 2024, I don’t have to be a candidate – we’re going to win the White House again,” Trump said. “I do not want to wait until 2024. I want to go back in three weeks.”