President Trump has labeled the Georgia Senate runoff election in just a few days as “illegal and invalid.”

The president declared that changes made by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger were unconstitutional, and this also includes the November Georgia election.

He tweeted his objection on Friday, Jan 1.

”Before even discussing the massive corruption which took place in the 2020 Election, which gives us far more votes than is necessary to win all of the Swing States (only need three), it must be noted that the State Legislatures were not in any way responsible for the massive changes made to the voting process, rules and regulations, many made hastily before the election, and therefore the whole State Election is not legal or Constitutional,” the president wrote.

”Additionally, the Georgia Consent Decree is Unconstitutional & the State 2020 Presidential Election is, therefore, both illegal and invalid, and that would include the two current Senatorial Elections. In Wisconsin, Voters not asking for applications invalidates the Election. All of this without even discussing the millions of fraudulent votes that were cast or altered!”

Gabriel Sterling, the Georgia secretary of state voting systems implementation manager, responded by saying President Trump’s understanding of the consent decree was “flat out, 100 percent, four square wrong,” reported the Washington Examiner.

Twitter slapped warnings on the president’s tweets, saying, “Election officials have certified Joe Biden as the winner of the U.S. Presidential election,” and “this claim about election fraud is disputed.”

In November, Georgia attorney Lin Wood made similar claims in a federal court lawsuit stating that only the state legislature—not Raffensperger—is authorized to change election law. His suit was dismissed.

The number of early votes cast in the Georgia runoff elections has, as of Jan 1, exceeded 3 million.

Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are challenged by Democrats Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.

Democrats require both seats to reach a 50-50 tie, giving them control of the Senate with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris acting as the tiebreaker.

President Trump will hold a rally on Jan. 4, in Dalton, Georgia, the day before the runoff election.