He said, “You can’t love America only when it wins.”
Trump’s message to the Truth Social platform reiterated his baseless claims that the election was stolen, which he has repeated since 2020. He suggested that the state should give up one its founding documents.
Trump wrote, “Colossal fraud” of this magnitude allows for the cancellation of all rules, regulations and articles, even the Constitution.
The post was published a day after Elon Musk claimed that Twitter’s new owner would reveal how Twitter engaged in “suppressionsoffree speech” during the run-up the 2020 election. But his “Twitter profiles” it did not appearThe tech giant is determined to subvert the will of the Democrats.
“Unprecedented Fraud Must Have Unprecedented Treatment!” Trump posted another post Saturday afternoon to Truth Social.
Trump: Last month He announced that he would run againAfter being banned from Twitter in the aftermath of the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, Musk helped to launch Truth Social. Musk claimed he would allow Trump back to Twitter, but the former president has not returned to the platform.
Trump’s unfounded and incessant attacks on the outcome to the 2020 election culminated with his supporters’ attack against the US Capitol. A number of GOP candidates also repeated his false claims, but were unsuccessful in their bid to win key state positions.
Trump has continued to tell the lie about the 2020 election in the weeks following the state’s midterm elections. He now announces his next bid for White House.
His comments were condemned by the Democratic National Committee and many other politicians on Saturday.
“Trump’s words and actions are unacceptable, they fuel hatred and political violence, and they are dangerous,” said Rep. Don Baer (D-Va). he wrote in a tweet.
“Trump just called for a suspension of the Constitution, which is the final straw for zero-sum Republicans, especially those who call themselves “constitutional conservatives,” said Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii). wrote on Twitter.
As he did in the past, the ex-president is trying to persuade GOP leaders to accept his claims.
“I wonder what Mitch McConnell, the Renos, and all the flabby Republicans who couldn’t get the 2020 presidential election approved and out of the way fast enough are thinking now?” he wrote on Saturday in a subsequent post for Truth Social.
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