President Donald Trump urged Americans to make time to vote in-person Tuesday for this year’s hotly anticipated midterm elections, urging voters to deal a “really humiliating rebuke” to radical left Democrats.
“Every freedom-loving American needs to understand the time to stand up to this growing left-wing tyranny is RIGHT NOW,” he told an audience in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
“…Get out and vote on Tuesday because it’s harder for them to cheat if you go and vote in person,” he advised. “It’s better to vote on Tuesday…this Tuesday, to have to CRUSH the communists at the ballot box.”
In a speech stumping for his endorsees running for the GOP Pennsylvania governorship, Doug Mastriano, and U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Trump decried the sorry state of election integrity in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election.
Trump said, “they cheated like dogs,” and later commented that “the vote counter is always more important than the candidate…they’re crooked as hell.”
The president also called on strong, patriotic people to run for office and serve as judges and justices in America. He remarked, “We need tough people; we need smart people. We need people who are willing to FIGHT.”