The former president released a statement on Wednesday through his spokesman Liz Harrington suggesting that “if we don’t solve the 2020 presidential voter fraud,” Republicans will not vote in 2022 or 2024.
Trump’s statement follows a Georgia state judge dismissing a lawsuit alleging officials in Fulton County, which includes Atlanta, counted fraudulent ballots in last November’s election.
Yet Trump’s words may not be an empty threat, according to NBC News correspondent Sahil Kapur. who rated on Twitter that “the same fabricated allegations of fraud arguably reduced the GOP’s turnout in Georgia’s election and helped Democrats win the Senate.”
Understandably, many non-fans of the former president happily endorsed the idea of Trump supporters not participating in the next two elections.
Still, some had concerns.
And one per reverse psychology tried.