Everyone has probably heard that Trump told Republicans in North Carolina to vote twice, once by absentee ballot and once in person. That’s actually a Class I felony in North Carolina.
For any person with intent to commit a fraud to register or vote at more than one precinct or more than one time, or to induce another to do so, in the same primary or election, or to vote illegally at any primary or election.
The next day, Trump said the same thing to Georgians. It is pretty obvious that Trump is just sowing chaos.
Hypocritically, Trump himself condemned what he is now doing, saying in May:
If you told a Republican to vote twice, they’d get sick at even the thought of it.
Not to mention the same guy who mocks Pelosi for not wearing a mask at a nearly empty salon mocks Biden for wearing a mask too much and holds maskless super spreader events endangering his own followers, staff and their immediate families and who know whom else.
Irony is dead. Or as Rick Wilson put it, everything Trump touches dies.