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Donald Trump wrote to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to ‘decertify’ the 2020 election

Donald Trump wrote to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to 'decertify' the 2020 election

Donald Trump wrote to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to ‘decertify’ the 2020 election

Donald Trump sent out a letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to begin “decertifying” the 2020 political election, on Friday.

The letter, which was posted to Twitter by Trump speaker Liz Harrington, asserts to have confined proof of “big scale voter fraudulence” in Georgia.

Trump describes 43,000 absentee ballots which he asserted violated the chain of custodianship guidelines.

" I would respectfully ask for that your department check this and, if true, together with many various other insurance claims of voter fraudulence as well as citizen irregularities, start the costs of decertifying the election, or whatever the correct legal remedy is, and also reveal real champion," the letter states.

Considering that losing the 2020 political election, Donald Trump has actually duplicated unsubstantiated insurance claims of widespread citizens and also election fraud.

Joe Biden won the state of Georgia by a little over 12,000 ballots out of almost 5 million ballots cast.

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The state has undertaken recounts as well as audits, as well as each one, has validated Joe Biden’s win.

The Republican Raffensperger has previously stated that “there is no question” that Biden won.
In his letter to Raffensperger, Trump said, “People do not recognize why you as well as Governor Brian Kemp adamantly reject to recognize the now tried and tested truths.”

 Donald Trump wrote to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to 'decertify' the 2020 election
Donald Trump wrote to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to ‘decertify’ the 2020 election

None of the legal obstacles to the 2020 election have actually been stood up in court, and the Justice Division said it located no evidence of extensive fraudulence.

In February, Georgia prosecutors launched a criminal investigation right into Trump over his efforts to stress officials in Georgia to invalidate his loss in the state.

The letter from Trump comes the day before a “Justice for J6” rally schedules in Washington DC.

The rally supports those billed with criminal activities connecting to the January 6 insurrection, when Donald Trump advocates stormed the Capitol to quit Joe Biden’s political election victory from being licensed.

Trump today described the rioters charged with crimes as “political detainees.”

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