RINO Governor Asa Hutchinson on Sunday said Trump’s continued statements calling out 2020 election fraud are a recipe for disaster in 2022.
The Arkansas governor told NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd that Trump should talk about the future and shut up about voter fraud.
“Among the bizarre statements that the former President Donald Trump released this week was this one when he said, ‘If we don’t solve the presidential election fraud of 2020’ — his bizarre characterization which he claims — ‘which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented, Republicans won’t be voting in 2022 and 2024.’ There are some Senate Republicans I’ve talked to who believe President Trump’s actions in Georgia encouraged people not to vote. Are you concerned this is only going to hurt Republican turnout in the midterms?” Chuck Todd asked Hutchinson.
“Relitigating 2020 is a recipe for disaster in 2022. Let’s talk about the future. The election has passed, it’s been certified,” Hutchinson said, adding, “We can win in 2022, and we’re going to, but let’s focus on the important issue of our supply chain, of getting over this pandemic, about freedom and not the last election.”
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— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) October 17, 2021