Trump: If Democrats Win Senate Runoff They'll Turn America into a 'One-Party Country'
'It will make it really a one-party country, and the party will be the wrong party'
President Donald Trump warned crowds at a rally in Dalton, Georgia that, if Democrats win the Senate runoff elections, they will transform the United States into a one-party country.
“They’ll make Washington, DC, and other liberal places the 51st, 52nd, 53rd states of the union, guaranteeing the radical left a permanent majority of the U.S. Senate and the House, and the electoral college."
“It will make it really a one-party country, and the party will be the wrong party,” the president continued at the rally for Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.
"They will pack the Supreme Court with crazed extremists, and I’m not happy with the Supreme Court."
"They are not stepping up to the plate," Trump said.
"They’re not stepping up. How about that?"
"We don’t have … look at the Supreme Court," Trump continued.
"President of the United States, I want to file suit … and they said, 'Sir, you can’t. You really can’t do that'. Why?"
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"So, they have legal reasons. Complex legal reasons. It’s wrong," Trump stated.
"If you’re the president of the United States and you get defrauded out of an election, you should be able to file a suit."
"But we can’t do that. They say, “Sir, you don’t have standing.”
The president insisted he was winning by a lot and then, “all of a sudden, I was losing by a little tiny bit, just a little.
“They can only go so far."
"They had no idea we were going to do that kind of numbers so that printing press was really moving," Trump added.
"And they say I don’t have standing to bring a suit.
"What kind of a legal system is that?
"But the Supreme Court has let us down so far,” he added.
Trump also promised to campaign against Georgia Republicans Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger,
“I’m going to be here in a year and a half, and I’m going to be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state — that I can tell you,” he stated.
Trump's remarks come just days after Vice President Mike Pence announced he was supporting the move by a group of Republican senators to challenge the Electoral College certification of the presidential election results.