Trump Slams “Very Sick People” Encouraging Republicans To Boycott Critical Georgia Runoff Election

( President Donald Trump hit back at “very sick people” on Friday morning who are encouraging Republicans to boycott the vital Georgia runoff elections that will decide the state’s next two senators. The election will also decide the fate of the Senate, either handing control to the Republicans or Democrats.

“No, the 2020 Election was a total scam, we won by a lot (and will hopefully turn over the fraudulent result),” the president said, “but we must get out and help David and Kelly, two GREAT people.”

Incumbent Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are battling to keep their seats in a state which, if you believe the Democrats, historically flipped Democrat in the presidential elections this year. The results are currently being contested in lawsuits filed by the Donald Trump campaign. The results are also curious given that both Perdue and Loeffler outperformed the Democrat candidates in the first round of elections in November, in which no candidate reached the 50% mark.

Both Senators Perdue and Loeffler will now battle it out directly with the Democrat candidates, in an election that will not just decide the fate of the Senate, but potentially of the United States. If the Democrats take control of the three branches of government, several policy initiatives – like granting statehood to Washington D.C. and giving citizenship to tens of millions of illegals – could potentially shut Republicans out of government for years.

President Trump’s comments were made in response to a Newsmax article that described how some Republicans were considering boycotting the election – a theory pushed by some activists who appear to be trying to make a name for themselves. The president made it clear that he does not endorse the boycotting of a hugely important election.

Donald Trump Jr. also referenced the plot, telling people it was “NONSENSE.

“IGNORE these people,” he said. “We need ALL of our people coming out to vote for Kelly & David.”

President Donald Trump is expected to appear at a rally in support of the two candidates in Georgia on Saturday, December 5.