A very PAC connected to longtime Trump advisor Roger Stone is calling for Republicans to write-in the president’s name in the upcoming Senate runoff elections in Georgia as retaliation after his re-election quote stopped working in the once red state.
The Committee for American Sovereignty, a group connected to Stone which raised millions pressing disinformation during the 2016 election, released a new website prompting Republican citizens to “squash” the “plot to ruin America” by “writing in Trump for the Georgia Senate runoffs.”
” With adequate write-ins in the Georgia senate race, we can tilt the balance in Georgia in Trump’s favor!” the website says “If we can do this, we have a genuine possibility at getting these RINO senators to act upon the invalid and corrupt election presided over by a Democrat celebration that is invested in the Communist takeover of Our Great Country.”
The site was first covered by The Daily Beast Trump advocates on Parler, the far-right variation of Twitter, have also pressed a similar plan to boycott the critical overflows or write in Trump’s name.
” Though their effort remains on the celebration’s fringes, the trajectory of the movement has Republicans fearful that it could cost the GOP control of the Senate,” the outlet reported.
Raffensperger, meanwhile, has actually gone on a scorched-earth campaign to refute the incorrect statements made by Trump and other Republican officials about the election. He went on a social networks tear to expose much of the unproven conspiracy theories pressed by Trump; advised Loeffler and Perdue to concentrate on winning their own races; criticized Rep. Doug Collins, who is leading Trump’s recount effort in the state, as a ” failed prospect” and a “phony;” and accused Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. of trying to interfere in the state’s election with a pressure project to toss out legal ballots.
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