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Pro-Trump attorneys tell Georgians not to vote in runoff until votes are 'secure'

Attorneys L. Lin Wood and Sidney Powell reportedly urged Georgia voters this week not to vote in the pivotal Senate runoff elections in January until their votes are “secure,” with Wood specifically telling people not to back GOP Sens. Kelly LoefflerKelly LoefflerNikki Haley unveils PAC ahead of possible 2024 White House bid McConnell has said he thinks Trump committed impeachable offenses: report Top Republican congressional aide resigns, rips GOP lawmakers who objected to Biden win MORE (Ga.) and David PerdueDavid PerdueNikki Haley unveils PAC ahead of possible 2024 White House bid McConnell has said he thinks Trump committed impeachable offenses: report Trump's legacy is discord and division MORE (Ga.) until they take action on the matter.

According to Fox News, the attorneys, both supporters of President TrumpDonald TrumpCIA chief threatened to resign over push to install Trump loyalist as deputy: report Azar in departure letter says Capitol riot threatens to 'tarnish' administration's accomplishments Justice Dept. argues Trump should get immunity from rape accuser's lawsuit MORE who have made wild accusations about voter fraud and filed lawsuits in recent weeks challenging election results after Trump's projected defeat, made the comments in joint remarks at an event on Wednesday.

Powell, whom the Trump campaign recently distanced itself from after she made baseless claims alleging widespread election fraud, reportedly said Wednesday that she encourages “all Georgians to make it known that you will not vote at all until your vote is secure — and I mean that regardless of party.”

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“We can’t live in a republic, a free republic, unless we know our votes are legal and secure,” said Powell, who recently filed typo-filled lawsuits in Michigan and Georgia alleging election fraud and issues connected to voting machines without offering evidence.

In his pitch to voters, Wood reportedly said, “This is Georgia. We ain’t dumb. We’re not going to go vote on Jan. 5 on another machine made by China.”

He appeared to be referring to Dominion Voting Systems, which is used in Georgia and across the country. The company has been the subject of baseless claims alleging it has ties to countries such as Venezuela and China and to the families of prominent Democrats, which it has said are false, in the wake of Trump's projected defeat.

“If Kelly Loeffler wants your vote, if David Perdue wants your vote, they’ve got to earn it,” Wood reportedly said. “They’ve got to demand publicly, repeatedly, consistently: Brian KempBrian KempGeorgia House to consider replacing Confederate statue with statue of John Lewis Republicans eye primaries in impeachment vote Trump's legacy is discord and division MORE, call a special session of the Georgia state legislature. And if they do not do it ... they have not earned your vote.” 

“They have not earned your vote,” Wood also said in reference to Loeffler and Perdue on Wednesday, according to The Daily Beast. “Why would you go back and vote in another rigged election, for God's sake? Fix it! You gotta fix it!”

The remarks come as Trump is preparing to travel to Georgia to campaign for Loeffler and Perdue ahead of the state’s pivotal runoff elections. The winners of the races will determine which party controls the upper chamber.