Former President Donald Trump said “Happy Easter” in his own way on Sunday, linking his holiday wishes to his allegations of election fraud.
Trump said in a statement: “Happy Easter for everyone, including the radical leftist madmen who manipulated our presidential elections and want to destroy our country! ”
On the second day of his speech, he called on supporters to boycott Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola, Delta and other companies, which criticized the new voting law of the Republican-led legislature of Georgia. MLB said it is canceling the All-Star Game originally scheduled to be held in Atlanta this summer.
“Baseball has lost a large number of fans, and now they are leaving Atlanta to participate in the All-Star Game because they are worried that radical left-wing Democrats do not want the desperately needed voter ID to have anything to do with our election,”
“Boycott baseball and all wake-up companies that interfere with free and fair elections. Are you listening to Coca-Cola, Delta, etc.?” he continued.
Georgia passed a series of election reform measures aimed at reducing fraud, but the legislation has attracted widespread criticism from Democrats.
The bill was introduced a few months after President Biden defeated Trump by less than 12,000 votes in the Georgia presidential election.
This marked the first time a Democratic presidential candidate won in Taozhou since 1992.
Then in a special election in January, two Democratic Senate candidates-Jon Ossoff and Pastor Raphael Warnock defeated current Republican Congressman Kelly Loveller. (Kelly Loeffler) and David Perdue (David Perdue), let the Democrats control the House of Representatives.