Republican party chairman Ronna McDaniel found herself in a quarrel when she spoke to voters at a GOP event in Georgia on Saturday, prompted to vote for the impending course that will decide U.S. Senate control while maintaining that the Nov. 3 presidential elections could not be trusted. The meeting and greeting descended into a fiery “public broadcast of grievances,” according to a CNN reporter there. One voter asked, “Why trust us [runoff] when has it been decided? McDaniel replied, “It hasn’t been decided yet. This is the key. It hasn’t been decided yet. McDaniel called on participants to vote in January, even as they shouted that Georgian Republican governor Brian Kemp was corrupt.
Meanwhile, Chris Krebs, former head of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency tweeted on Saturday that “Any manual audit, recount, or recount was consistent. Paper cannot be broken.
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