“WISDOM & COURAGE!!!” Trump wrote at the beginning of his Twitter spree on Thursday morning.
He went on to reiterate his baseless allegations of voter fraud.
“The Supreme Court has a chance to save our Country from the greatest Election abuse in the history of the United States. 78% of the people feel (know!) the Election was RIGGED,” Trump said.
The president turned his attention to Biden and refused to acknowledge him as the winner of the election.
“How can you give an election to someone who lost the election by hundreds of thousands of legal votes in each of the swing states. How can a country be run by an illegitimate president?” Trump added.
Trump criticized Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) for refusing to help him overturn election results in his state.
“How does Governor [Brian Kemp] allow certification of votes without verifying signatures and despite the recently released tape of ballots being stuffed? His poll numbers have dropped like a rock. He is finished as governor! [Doug Collins],” he wrote.
Trump also quoted Fox News’s Sean Hannity, “‘Donald Trump won by a landslide, and they stole it from him!'”
He grabbed another quote from one of his supporters at a Georgia rally.
“‘People are upset, and they have a right to be. Georgia not only supported Trump in 2016, but now. This is the only State in the Deep South that went for Biden? Have they lost their minds? This is going to escalate dramatically. This is a very dangerous moment in our history,'” he wrote.
Trump added, “‘The fact that our Country is being stolen. A coup is taking place in front of our eyes, and the public can’t take this anymore.'”
In November, Kemp rejected Trump’s request to “overrule” Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rafffensperger (R) concerning signature matching requirements, as IJR previously reported.
On Friday, the Trump campaign filed a lawsuit in Georgia state court challenging the state’s election results.
Rafffensperger and other state officials are adamant there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
Trump has faced several legal losses in multiple states.
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