This week, former President Trump issued a harsh warning, claiming that Pennsylvania’s automatic voter registration system would result in a “catastrophe for the Election of Republicans.”
Leading up to the 2024 presidential election, Pennsylvania became the 24th state to start doing this.
“Pennsylvania is doing it again!” Trump declared in a Truth Social post just after midnight that the automatic registration of voters would turn out to be a nightmare for Republicans everywhere, including himself.
He then said:
“Governor Josh Shapiro, who is very far to the left, just announced a move to automatic voter registration. This is terrible news for the GOP, which includes your favorite President, ME! This law is completely unconstitutional, and the Republican Party leadership in Washington as well as Pennsylvania needs to take a strong stand against it.”
Trump slammed the leadership of the Republican National Committee (RNC) and told them to focus on similar problems instead of “meaningless debates in which I am currently up by over fifty points.”
“Nikki ‘Birdbrain’ Haley, ‘Lyin’ Mike Pence, Ron (‘Dead Campaign’) DeSanctimonious, ‘Aida,’ Sloppy Chris, and the rest of them are far less important than Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin, among others,” Trump went on.
He went on to say:
“Sue now, and this time hire the right lawyers! The Republican Party of Pennsylvania shouldn’t allow this to happen. It will be terrible for our country, which is being demolished by these looneys, Marxists, and fascists whose only real skill is to rig elections.”
“MAKE AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN!” Trump came to a conclusion.
Governor Josh Shapiro (D) of Pennsylvania said on social media this week that people would be automatically registered to vote.
“It will save taxpayers both money and time, cut down on the number of expensive paper registrations, and make it easier for Pennsylvanians to register to vote,” Shapiro said, happy that the guarantee of automatic voter registration has become a “reality” in the battleground state.
This news comes at the same time that Democrats in Pennsylvania are raising concerns because new polls show that Trump and President Biden are statistically tied and that Senator Bob Casey, a Democrat, is behind a generic Republican candidate in the race.