Former President Donald Trump argues that Georgia voters should sue state officials accused of irregularities in last year’s election process in defense of their constitutional rights.
“The people of Georgia should sue the state, and their elected officials, for conducting a corrupt and rigged 2020 presidential selection” and for attempting to suppress the vote of the American people in Georgia, Trump stated via his Telegram account, George News, on June 25.
Trump’s statement was apparently prompted by the announcement by Attorney General Merrick Garland, who sued the state of Georgia over its legislative reform law passed earlier this year.
“Biden’s Department of Justice just announced that they are suing the Great State of Georgia over its Election Integrity Act. Actually, it should be the other way around!,” Trump also considered it in the same statement.
In this regard, author Joe Hoft concedes Trump’s point by noting, “President Trump is right. We found piles of corruption and criminal acts that took place in the peach state in November.”
He adds, “Americans deserve the truth. Georgians should get together and fight the corruption in their state.”
Garland’s action was reinforced by the Justice Department announcing through its deputy attorney general, Lisa Monaco, the assignment of a federal task force that will investigate the alleged heightened risk of exposing election officials.
For his part, the governor, Brian Kemp, referred to these measures saying that the Biden administration is: “weaponizing the U.S. Department of Justice to carry out their far-left agenda that undermines election integrity and empowers federal government overreach in our democracy.”
The flaws observed in the 2020 presidential election prompted several states to adjust their respective legislation to prevent a repeat, as Georgia did earlier this year.
In the adjustments to the electoral legislation, the emphasis on voters to fully identify themselves when voting by presenting a document with the respective photograph stands out.
On the other hand, Trump’s political strength continues to grow, and even after leaving office, he continues to work intensely for the country. His tens of millions of followers maintain the hope that he will soon rule the nation.
This is something noted by Trump’s son, Eric Trump, who was very optimistic about the future of American politics stating that the Republicans, hand in hand with the Trump family, will achieve important victories in 2022 and 2024.
But he also warned about the terrible situation in the United States since President Biden came to power, in an interview on Newsmax on June 22.
“There’s a lot of people that are missing Trump, and I think every single day that Biden messes up our nation, I think it further incentivizes my father, and frankly, our entire family to do it again,” said Eric, currently executive vice president of the Trump Organization.
Along those lines, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, is generating anticipation for the rally to be led by former President Donald Trump in Wellington, Ohio, on June 26.
“Can’t wait to see all the #AmericaFirst Patriots tomorrow at President Trump’s rally—our favorite POTUS ever! Wait until you hear what we have to say!”.