Trump keeps stolen election case alive at Georgia rally, claims vindication from Arizona audit
Sep 25, 2021 1 min, 33 secs

Former President Donald Trump on Saturday revved up his allegations of voter fraud in front of an enthusiastic crowd at a “Save America” rally in Georgia, where he insisted the 2020 vote was rigged against him.

He attacked Georgia Secretary of State Brian Raffensperger, Lt.

Trump said, alleging scores of duplicate and missing ballots in Georgia, where he was the first Republican presidential candidate to lose the state in three decades.

“I bring voter fraud to the forefront to save our nation from corrupt elections and to make sure this never, ever happens again,” Mr.

Trump said.

Trump’s appearance comes a day after the long-awaited results of an election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona, were unveiled, affirming his loss to President Biden.

Trump, however, asserted that the results proved voter fraud took place, citing the audit’s allegations that there were inconsistencies related to mail-in balloting and potential duplicate ballots.

Reading off the results of the audit, Mr.

Trump cited findings of more than 20,000 ballots that allegedly were cast by people who no longer lived in the state.

Jody Hice, who is running for secretary of state, and state Sen.

Trump‘s claims of voter fraud.

Hice said.“He has opened wide the door for all sorts of irregularities and fraud to march into our election system and it is time that we take charge of this.”.

Marjorie Taylor Greene, who also appeared at the rally, called for her state to conduct its own audit into the 2020 election.

“Trump won Georgia, and that’s why I’m calling for an audit in Georgia.

Trump has long asserted he was the true victor of the 2020 election, despite a lack of evidence that match his claims.

“Every time we’ve looked into all of these and all of these concerns, it’s clear that Donald Trump lost the election fair and square,” Mr.

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