Don’t vote in the Senate.


At a protest on Wednesday, Lin Wood, a pro-Trump lawyer, urged Georgian Republicans to sit down for the state’s upcoming Senate remote elections, arguing that the two presidents should first support a special legislative session to support an investigation into Donald Trump’s state defeat. .

“They didn’t get your vote,” he said of Wood Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. “Don’t give it to them. Why would you go back and vote for another election you made, for God’s sake! Fix it! We need to fix it!”

The two January 5 sessions will decide which party will ultimately control power in the U.S. Senate. But Wood, who was celebrated on the right after representing a Kentucky Catholic student in Covington in defamation lawsuits, has repeatedly urged Trump supporters to boycott the race in order to draw attention to what he sees as a huge fraud in the state’s election infrastructure.

There is no such fraud. Reports in Georgia have proved that President-elect Joe Biden won the state, and local GOP officials have asked Trump and his allies to honor that result. Nonetheless, Wood and other Trump activists say they want Governor Brian Kemp (R-GA) to convene a separate meeting to investigate the race. Kemp has so far resisted his call.