Georgia’s Senate runoff elections are set for Jan. 5, but a pro-Trump attorney continues to push for Georgians to stay home and not cast their votes.

L. Lin Wood, who had pushed for the election boycott in early December, has been backing Trump’s claims of election fraud in Georgia and believes voters shouldn’t vote for Republican candidates Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue until the Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems are trustworthy again.

Loeffler and Purdue are trying to win the two Senate seats against Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.

On his Twitter account, Wood recently attached a diagram of “The Dominion Algorithm,” which outlines how the Dominion Voting System "steals" Republican votes and contributes fake votes for the democratic candidates.

The two Republican candidates have been fairly quiet about the voter fraud situations, and President Trump has consistently blamed Gov. Brian Kemp for not doing more to prove these “facts.”

Because Loeffler and Purdue have mostly remained silent about the perceived fraud, Wood suggests Republican voters not vote for them until they decide to do something about the accusations.

His diagram also states that Kemp, Purdue and Loeffler should be arrested and jailed for not combating the fraud.

Many social media users came back at Wood when he tweeted his opinions about the runoff election, most of which are negative.

Some Republicans agreed with his statements and are backing him up.

The Palmer Report, which is a Los Angeles-based liberal political blog, caught wind of Wood’s tweet and replied that it agrees with his statements.

If Ossoff and Warnock win the runoff election, the Senate will be evenly split between Republicans and Democrats. All Senate votes that end 50-50 would be decided by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.

The tax was passed after a long and polarizing debate in Argentina's Senate
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