Former President Donald Trump declared his opposition to a high-ranking Georgia Republican’s bid for lieutenant governor.
Trump invited other Republicans to run against Senate President Pro Tem Butch Miller in the statement released late Wednesday.
“I will not be supporting or endorsing Sen. Butch Miller, running for lieutenant governor of Georgia, because of his refusal to work with other Republican senators on voter fraud and irregularities in the state,” Trump said. “Hopefully there will be strong and effective primary challengers for the very important lieutenant governor position!”
This statement comes after a series of allegations of voter fraud in Georgia went un-answered by some of Georgia’s top-ranking GOP officials.
The other Republicans in the race are Jeanne Seaver of Savannah and Mack McGregor of Lafayette.
Jones, of Jackson, was stripped of his committee chair post in January after calling for a special session to consider action to overturn Biden’s victory. Unlike Miller, Jones also signed a court brief supporting the lawsuit by Texas officials challenging election results in Georgia and other states.
Even do liberal fact-checkers rated these allegations as false, the controversy around the Presidential elections in Georgia didn’t stop.
Several months after the elections an image from Douglas County Georgia surfaced and allegedly shows that Biden gets 100% of the vote in many batches.
The information was first posted by David Cross who claims on his Twitter page that he finds a lot of math mistakes that the Secretary of State missed.
What is going on with Douglas County? pic.twitter.com/A2j7alWMs1
— David Cross (@GAballots) July 19, 2021
The results are not in percent but in raw numbers.
Our team did a little research and it seems that there is no reason for people to believe in voter fraud in this case because there are 100% batches for Trump too!
The piles were presorted and there are multiple 100% Trump batches as well.
In the meantime, Georgia changed their voting law and Biden wasn’t too happy about it.
Joe Biden has likened a new voting law in the state of Georgia to racist policies of the 20th Century US South, calling it an “atrocity”.
The law adds restrictions to voting that Mr. Biden said disproportionately targeted black Americans.
The president called the law “Jim Crow in the 21st Century” and “a blatant attack on the Constitution”.
The law didn’t have any racial background and it doesn’t restrict Black voters from voting.
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