Attorney Lin Wood faces criticism from Republican officials and conservative media outlets over his message for Georgia’s Jan. 5 runoff election. 

Wood and attorney Sidney Powell held a Stop the Steal rally in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Wednesday, Dec. 2. He said that Republicans could not expect a fair election using machines from Dominion Voting Systems. 

Following the event, conservative outlet Breitbart and several Republican officials accused him of pushing Georgia Republicans to boycott the upcoming runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate. 

Breitbart ran an article after Wednesday’s event, saying that Wood has long contributed to several Democrats, including former President Barack Obama.

“Republicans who boycott the runoffs are not helping Trump, or Georgia, or America,” Breitbart Editor Joel Pollak argued. “They are helping Democrats and socialism. And they could bury Trump’s MAGA legacy.”

“I don’t know who this clown is, but anyone saying America would be better off w/Chuck Schumer as Majority Leader—producing huge tax increases, the Green New Deal, massive amnesty & a packed Supreme Court destroying the Bill of Rights—is trying to mislead the people of Georgia,” said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich echoed the comments: “Lin Wood and Sidney Powell are totally destructive. Every Georgia conservative who cares about America MUST vote in the runoff. Their ‘Don’t vote’ strategy will cripple America.”

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) also weighed in on the news, “Lin Wood is a Democrat that wants Republicans to self-destruct. Just because he wears a MAGA hat does not mean he shares a single value with you. He just wants your donations for his legal fees. He’s a grifter.”

Wood, who has been fiercely fighting for a fair election, publicly went after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for their failure to confront the fraudulent voting systems in the state.

At the event, Wood said Georgians should push GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler, David Perdue, and Kemp to call for a special session of the state Legislature to change the state’s voting procedures.

“Do not be fooled twice. This is Georgia; we ain’t dumb. We’re not gonna go vote on Jan. 5 in another machine made by China. You’re not gonna fool Georgians again. If Kelly Loeffler wants your vote, if David Perdue wants your vote, they’ve got to earn it. They’ve got to demand publicly, repeatedly, consistently, ‘Brian Kemp, call a special session of the Georgia Legislature,’” Wood said.

“If they do not do it if Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue do not do it, they have not earned your vote. Don’t you give it to them! Why would you go back and vote in another rigged election? For God’s sake—Fix it—You gotta fix it before we’ll do it again,” he continued.

Newsmax White House correspondent Emerald Robinson defended Wood, saying, “Lin Wood did NOT say that Republicans should avoid voting for Loeffler and Perdue. He said that Loeffler & Perdue had to EARN your votes by getting Gov. Kemp to clean up the election system in Georgia.”

Raheem Kassam, The National Pulse editor-in-chief, took a similar stance, describing the attacks on Wood as “neoliberal signaling.”

“The GOP establishment puts party over country,” Kassam wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. “Remember they dinged Trump for the same thing in 15/16. I don’t know Wood or his background. But I know this is a dumb hack reason to write someone off.”

In a series of tweets, Wood responded to the attacks, saying that he’s fighting for “We The People” and the election’s integrity.

“I’m not at war with anyone. I am fighting for right of We The People to vote in honest election. 11/3 GA election was stolen by computer fraud & absentee ballot fraud—runoff will suffer [the] same fate—fix it, or career politicians are at fault. Not me,” Wood said.