Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday issued a new statement urging his supporters not to vote in the two upcoming elections if the Republican Party does not “solve” the supposed voter fraud that he has falsely claimed precipitated his loss to President Joe Biden.
“If we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020 (which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented), Republicans will not be voting in ’22 or ’24,” Trump declared in a statment.
“It is the single most important thing for Republicans to do,” he added.
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President Joe Biden defeated Trump by a 306-232 electoral margin.
Trump and his Republican allies have been pushing the so-called “big lie” that he rightfully won the 2020 presidential election since the race was called for Biden and have been critical of legislators and judges who don’t back the belief as well.
No evidence of fraud has emerged to challenge Biden’s victory in the more than 11 months that have passed since the election, despite numerous attempts by GOP partisans to conduct so-called forensic audits of results in battleground states.
One such “audit” sponsored by Arizona state senate Republicans actually ended up finding more votes for Biden than were counted for him last year.