Trump Hands Dems' Playbook' to Defeat Loeffler and Perdue!
Trump may think he's a very stable genius, but he shows his actual color that he is just an idiot. He gave the official GOP runoff playbook to the Democrats in Georgia to win both Senate seats on January 5th, 2021, and instructions on gaining control of the U.S. Senate.
During an interview on Jake Tapper's CNN Sunday news show "The State of the Union," Georgia's Republican Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan showed his confusion with President Trump's messaging during his Saturday campaign rally. During the rally, Georgia's Republican Senate incumbents expressed dismay with Donald Trump's message to the crowd, saying the president may have hurt the re-election prospects of both of the state's GOP U.S. Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.
While the president's pretense of flying to Georgia on Saturday was to craftily use his negotiating abilities to help secure the Senate runoff, President Trump spent most of his time on stage complaining about his loss to President-elect Biden. His final predictable reason was to be Donald Trump and spew falsehood after falsehood and unsupported allegation after unsupported allegation.
During his interview with Jake Tapper, Geoff Duncan said Trump's speech during the campaign rally on Saturday was a mixed bag for Republicans. Duncan — very cautiously — criticized the president.…
"The president at a rally in Georgia last night insists he won your state, which is not true. He attacked your governor and attacked the Republican Secretary of State, going after [Brad] Raffensperger, a friend of yours. He called the election rigged. Set the record state if you would."
"The first part was very encouraging to listen to the president champion the conservative strategies of Senators Loeffler and Perdue and the importance for them being re-elected and the second message was concerning to me," Duncan responded. "I worry that this continues fanning of the flames around misinformation puts us in a negative position concerning the January 5th runoff."
Duncan added …
"You know, the mountains of misinformation are not helping the process but only hurting it," the GOP lawmaker added. I worry we are handing off a playbook to the Democrats for January 5th, and I certainly can't think of a worse playbook to handoff over the last four or five weeks to the Democrats."
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