A Republican in the Georgia secretary of state’s office directed the president to stop encouraging Americans to question the latest election result.

Georgia Voting System Implementation Manager Gabriel Sterling is furious after learning President Donald Trump will challenge the November presidential election outcome to the law’s maximum extent.

Sterling did not wait for the Trump 2020 campaign’s lawsuit to run its course through the Peach State’s judicial system. He instead decided to declare Joe Biden will be president.

“Mr. President, it looks like you likely lost the state of Georgia,” he said in a video shared on YouTube.

Sterling later admitted the outcome is still uncertain, and there is always a chance President Trump could stay in the Oval Office for another four years.

“We are investigating,” he said. “There is always a possibility. I get it; you have the right to go to the courts.”

Sterling would find it much easier if the president voluntarily conceded defeat to Biden and quietly left the White House without verifying who won the election. He ordered the president to stop expressing concern in public about the Democratic Party resorting to election fraud to steal the presidency because it will endanger Trump supporters’ lives.

“What you don’t have is the ability to do—and you need to step up and say this—is stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence,” he said. “Someone is going to get hurt, someone is going to get shot, someone is going to get killed, and it is not right, it is not right–all of this is wrong.”

Sterling also blamed President Trump for preventing him from discouraging Americans from taking an active interest in federal politics.

“These are elections, one of our goals was to make elections boring again,” he said. “Well, guess what? That did not happen. This is all wrong; it is all too much.”

The president defended his actions by explaining he was contesting the election because more than half of the estimated 140 million registered voters wanted him to stay for a second term.

“I am not fighting for me; I am fighting for the 74 … million people (not including the many Trump ballots that were ‘tossed), a record for a sitting president, who voted for me!” he said on Twitter.

Shiva Ayyadurai, supported the president’s complaints about election fraud with a chart showing pro-Trump votes were digitally changed to support Biden.

“[I have] just testified in AZ hearing on election fraud. Presented implausibility of [the] official result,” he said on Twitter. 

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