“Someone is going to be injured. Someone is going to be killed. You have to stop, Mr. President, Sterling said during a press conference, in which he criticized Trump and the Republican Party for not condemning the threats that some electoral officials of the been getting in the last few weeks.
US President Donald Trump has accused the Republican Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, of allowing the “state to be swindled” by confirming Joe Biden’s triumph by just over 10,000 votes and failing to fuel the claims. on the alleged electoral fraud committed against him.
Do something Brian Kemp. You allowed your state to be scammed, “outgoing President Donald Trump wrote on his Twitter account, insisting that the signatures must be” verified and signed envelopes counted. “
After that, Trump has even suggested that he stop his electoral race for the Georgia Senate, since “it will not be necessary” and “we all win!”
On November 20, the authorities of Georgia, a traditional Republican stronghold for almost 30 years, certified Biden’s victory by a narrow margin of 12,284 votes, thus obtaining the 16 electoral votes that Trump was holding on to to keep his aspirations alive. to stay in the White House.
Both the Secretary of State of Georgia, Brad Raffensperger, and Kemp, both Republicans, also confirmed that there is no evidence of the alleged electoral fraud that Donald Trump has been denounced, thus motivating a series of attacks and criticism towards them.
These attacks that Georgia’s senior election official, Gabriel Sterling, has called for cease, as Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric is “inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence.”
Someone is going to get hurt. Someone is going to be killed. You have to stop, Mr. President, Sterling said during a press conference, in which he criticized Trump and the Republican Party for not condemning the threats that some state electoral officials have received in recent weeks.
Trump has not lost the thread and has responded to Sterling through Twitter, insisting that the elections were “rigged”, and again lashing out at Kemp and Raffensperger, who he has asked if they are “afraid” of showing “fraud. massive”.