A Republican group is putting up gigantic billboards to remind Trump that he lost
A group of Republican officials launches an anti-Trump campaign to call for an end to voting reviews. Twitter / AccountableGOP
A Republican group is putting up posters to remind former President Trump that he lost the 2020 election.
The first billboard in Times Square reads, "Trump lost. No more audits."
The group plans to operate these billboards in states where Trump is calling for voting reviews.
A group of Republicans are putting up billboards across America to remind former President Donald Trump that he lost the election last year, starting with a gigantic advertisement in Times Square.
The Republicans for Voting Rights group tweeted a photo of the New York billboard on October 14 that read, “TRUMP LOST. NO MORE 'AUDITS'. "
There are currently 36 Trump Lost billboards in nine states, according to a map on the Republicans' voting website.
"Republicans for Voting Rights is launching a quarter million dollar Billboard campaign across the country to urge state lawmakers to reject frivolous scrutiny of 2020 election results," the group said in a statement. According to its website, RVR is a group of eight Republicans including Olivia Troye, a former employee of Mike Pence, and Michael Steele, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee.
"The billboard will run in key markets in states that are debating a 2020 election review, including Georgia, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin and Arizona, and Times Square, New York City," added the group in their opinion.
Even in Florida and Texas there have been calls for voting checks, it is said that Trump won. Most recently, the GOP-led Maricopa County's vote count audit confirmed that President Joe Biden won the election and Trump lost 261 votes. However, Trump has continued to falsely claim that the GOP audit uncovered "indisputable evidence" of fraud.
This poster campaign appears to be the latest volley fired by anti-Trump Republicans to loosen the former president's power over the GOP. Just this week GOP officials penned a comment in the New York Times urging Republican voters to support the Democrats in the 2022 midterm elections to save the Republican party from “pro-Trump extremists”.
The Times commentary was written by Miles Taylor, a Trump-era chief of staff of the Department of Homeland Security, and Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor of New Jersey. In 2020, Taylor emerged as the anonymous writer behind a 2018 comment in The Times describing "resistance" from Trump administration officials working to quell the former president's "worst inclinations".
Taylor continues to pursue the cause of weakening Trump's influence on the GOP. This week, Taylor co-founded Renew America Movement (RAM) supported 21 Democrats and prominent Republicans competing in risky intermediate races. Candidates included Democratic Senator Mark Kelly from Arizona, Maine MP Jared Golden, and well-known anti-Trump GOP reps Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.
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