President Donald J. Trump on Wednesday warned Republicans standing on the sidelines of election integrity, “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,” he wrote in a statement.
Many Republicans have voiced concerns about voting systems and fraud after Trump’s presidential bid was unsuccessful. And after many different attempts, governors and legislatures across the country have begun to audit the 2020 election to see if the claims are credible.
Recently, Michigan Republican officials and residents held a rally outside the capital building to voice their concerns over the outcome of the votes in Michigan state.
In a recent interview with Real Clear Politics, Trump stated, “I feel very strongly that the election was rigged. I don’t feel like I could’ve lost Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, and I just needed a couple of them.”
President Trump has been vocal about his belief that the 2020 election was taken from him due to high-scale fraud across the United States.
This week a Rasmussen poll came out saying that 56 percent of voters believe that cheating helped shape the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. This is a five percent increase from April where 51 percent of voters believed that cheating was involved.
Also documented in the survey, most voters believe that mail-in ballots are not a good option when it comes to voting and believes that it leads to election fraud.
The President also called upon other states like Texas and Georgia to do a full audit of their 2020 election results. Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, has already started that process. And there is reportedly a secret audit underway in Fulton County, Ga.
Urging the GOP lawmakers to take action in their states, the 45th president added, “It is the single most important thing for Republicans to do.”