Former President Trump urged several states to introduce election security reforms, especially where there is weak public confidence in voting systems.
“Election reform must happen in swing states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona where voters have lost confidence in their electoral process,” Donald Trump said in a Save America Political Action Committee statement.
President Trump is very concerned about tens of thousands of deceased voters whose ballots were allegedly accepted in the presidential election on Nov. 3.
“Secretary of State in Pennsylvania [Veronica Degraffenreid] allowed 21,000 deceased registrants (dead people) to remain on the voter rolls for the 2020 presidential election—a total disgrace!” he said.
Trump has still not conceded defeat to Democratic rival—incumbent President Biden and maintains the November presidential election was rigged and stolen through massive electoral fraud.
Republican legislators in numerous states have already passed a wave of new voting laws following the last election. In addition, they promise their federal voting rights bill will make it harder for people to vote illegally.
Georgia’s GOP-controlled General Assembly previously approved election reform legislation in March that restricts absentee and mail-in-voting. Senate Bill 202 limits drop boxes, changes early voting hours and requires voters to identify themselves for absentee ballots.
The former president believes more Republican lawmakers should not be complacent and keep fighting for fair and free elections.
He hopes more jurisdictions can enact their respective reforms before the next election. Otherwise, extreme left-leaning Democrats might resort to underhanded means to win the next two elections.
“Republicans in state legislatures must be smart, get tough, and pass real election reform in order to fight back against these radical-left Democrats,” he said. “If they do not, they [Democrats] will steal it again in 2022 and 2024, and further destroy our country.”