“You can’t only love America when you win,” he said.
Trump’s message on the Satya Social platform reiterated his baseless claims that he stole the election from 2020. But he went further by suggesting that the country abandon one of its founding documents.
“Mass fraud of this kind and magnitude allows for the termination of all rules, regulations and articles found in the Constitution,” Trump wrote.
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The post comes a day after Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, said he would reveal how Twitter engaged in “suppression of freedom” ahead of the 2020 election. But his “Twitter Files” didn’t show the tech giant bending to the will of Democrats.
“Unprecedented fraud requires unprecedented treatment!” Trump followed up in another post on Truth Social on Saturday afternoon.
Trump, who announced last month that he would run for president again, helped launch Truth Social after being banned from Twitter following the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol. Musk said on Twitter that he would allow Trump to return, but the former president has not rejoined the forum.
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Trump’s constant and baseless attacks on the 2020 election results culminated in an attack by his supporters at the US Capitol. Many GOP candidates echoed their false claims ahead of this year’s midterms, but lost their efforts to win key state offices.
In the weeks since the midterms, Trump has continued to emphasize the lie that the 2020 election is rigged as he announces his next White House bid.
The Democratic National Committee condemned his comments on Saturday, as did several other politicians.
“Trump’s words and actions are unacceptable, they incite hatred and political violence, and they are dangerous,” Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) He wrote in a tweet.
“Trump has just called for the suspension of the Constitution and that’s the final straw for zero republicans, especially those who call themselves ‘constitutional conservatives,'” Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) wrote on Twitter.
As he has done before, the former president chided GOP leaders to weigh his claims.
“I wonder what Mitch McConnell, the RINOS, and all the weakling Republicans who can’t endorse the 2020 presidential election and can’t get out fast enough are thinking right now?” he wrote on Saturday in a subsequent satya social post.