Ted Cruz Tells Georgia Crowd That it is Time to ‘Jail’ Anyone ‘Involved With Voter Fraud’

At a rally today in Georgia for Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz fired up the crowd by explaining his feelings on potential voter fraud in the November election and how to best prevent it from happening in the Jan. 5th run-off.

In a clip shared by OAN White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino, Cruz can be seen speaking with those gathered in Savannah.

At the beginning of the clip, Cruz explained, “We are fighting today, we are fighting together to defend the nation that we love.”

“And let me tell you what we also need to do,” Cruz continued. “It is time to end voter fraud. It is time to expose voter fraud. It is time to take anyone who was involved in voter fraud and prosecute them and put them in jail,” he insists as the crowd roars in approval.

Cruz ended the speech by shouting, “Our Democracy matters, our constitution matters, our Bill of Rights matters, America matters, and the state of Georgia will rise to defend the United States of America, God bless you!”

Yesterday, we reported that Cruz took a stand on the Senate floor today against a Hong Kong refugee bill popular among senators, citing the threat of spies and open borders.

It has also been reported that Cruz won’t rule out objecting to Joe Biden’s Electoral College win during the Jan. 6th joint meeting of Congress.