WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump did not pull any punches on Boxing Day.
In a series of tweets, Trump faulted Senate Republicans for not aggressively backing his voter fraud contentions and aiding his fight to reverse President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
Trump also kept his contentions that illegal mail-in votes as well as ballots from dead voters and illegal immigrants voters aided Biden.
The courts — including the U.S. Supreme Court — have rebuffed Trump’s voter fraud claims as Biden nears being certified as president by the Congress early next month.
Trump also went after the courts, media, U.S. Justice Department, media and big social media firms throughout the day on Saturday.
“Courts are bad, the FBI and ‘Justice’ didn’t do their job, and the United States Election System looks like that of a third world country. Freedom of the press has been gone for a long time, it is Fake News, and now we have Big Tech (with Section 230) to deal with,” Trump said via Twitter.
Trump also criticized the Supreme Court for refusing his challenges of Biden’s wins in Pennsylvania and other battleground states.
“The U.S. Supreme Court has been totally incompetent and weak on the massive Election Fraud that took place in the 2020 Presidential Election,” Trump said.
Trump also faulted COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and gatherings. imposed by Democratic governors and mayors
“The lockdowns in Democrat run states are absolutely ruining the lives of so many people,” Trump said. “Far more than the damage that would be caused by the China Virus. Cases in California have risen despite the lockdown, yet Florida & others are open & doing well. Common sense please.”
While Trump faulted a range of American institutions, Biden called for unity and sent Kwanzaa wishes on Saturday.
“Jill and I send our heartfelt wishes to everyone celebrating Kwanzaa. We hope these days of reflection on the seven principles and the rich heritage of African-American culture bring peace, unity, and joy,” Biden said on Twitter.