"Our country is being turned into a migrant camp," Trump said at his Saturday night Save America Rally in Perry, Georgia, in an address, forcefully declaring: "This is an invasion!" "Other than that, how are things going?"
Trump told a large rally crowd "somebody's really screwing up our country, destroying our country."
Georgia, Trump said, is going to be a key battleground in 2022 and a "big victory" in 2024, taunting another run for the White House that he has stated he cannot announce yet due to campaign finance laws.
"I'm thrilled to be back in this magnificent state with thousands of hard working god fearing freedom loving, American patriots," Trump announced. "And one year from now, Georgia is going to be a central battleground in our fight to rescue our beloved nation.
"With your help, we're going to take back the House and send Nancy Pelosi back to San Francisco," he continued.
"And we're going to take back our country from these lunatics."
Trump, one day after Arizona revealed findings of a forensic audit, reminded his followers, "you know, there never has been a concession."
"I never conceded because I saw what was happening, and I can't do it. I can't do it because I have a commitment to you and I can't do it."
"Somebody said they're looking at me for questioning the election," Trump announced. "That'll be an interesting one: 'Let's go after Trump because he's questioning the election.' You know what, if I won or lost, all I want is a fair election. That's all you want."
Just talking about voter fraud will get you investigated, Trump stated.
"The people that are questioning the votes aren't interested in the people that committed the voter fraud, they're only interested in me and others because I bring voter fraud to the forefront in order to save our nation from corrupt elections and to make sure that this never, ever happens again," Trump said.