President Trump’s Saturday planned Georgia Rally will be a ‘Grievance-Fest Super Spreader Event’ and could damage the GOP Senator’s re-election chances
January 5, 2021, Senate run-off election is about four weeks away. Just far enough away that supporters attending tomorrow’s campaign event headlined by President Trump in the White House may find themselves too sick to show up to vote on election day. Given one of the two GOP candidates has already come up with coronavirus positive and with infections and deaths in the United States reaching new daily records, holding an in-person rally could be justifiably called a suicide rally.
In addition to Trump’s care-less policy on health risks, there’s also the fact that President Trump could care-less about Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. He is likely to spend his speaking time on his 2020 election grievances and will like to focus most of his effort ranting about how the election was stolen from him.
The negative spin Trump has been imposing has Georgia Republicans worried about Republican voter turnout. As Trump keeps saying if the election was rigged, why would Republican supporters venture out on January 5 knowing their vote wouldn’t be counted? Also, why would they put their life in jeopardy with COVID-19 erupting across the State of Georgia and the U.S.?
The pity me president has created a conspiracy nightmare to attempt in the courts to disenfranchise millions of American voters while spewing venomous diction that the election was stolen from him while with a slide of hand coincidently allowed him to raise $170 million since Election Day. More and more Republicans recognize this fundraising as 100% pure grift. The risks of a backlash are growing. Especially now that key Republicans are starting to recognize and admit that President Trump lost the election.
Even Kelly Anne Conway has come out and admitted that Joe Biden appears headed to the White House as the United States’ next president. Conway, while making that admission, still supports President Trump’s right to exhaust his legal challenges. She was quoted as saying during an interview with the 19th’s Washington correspondent, Amanda Becker, that aired today…
“The president wants to exhaust all of his legal avenues, as he has made clear many times. His team is doing that, and that is his right,” “If you look at the vote totals in the Electoral College tally, it looks like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will prevail. I assume the electors will certify that and it will be official. We, as a nation, will move forward because we always do.”