Jon Ossoff tries to wedge over Georgia Trump voters, GOP senate candidates Biden wins

Georgian Senate candidate Jon Ossoff appears to be trying to wedge between his Republican opponent, Senator David Perdue, and GOP voters who believe the 2020 election was stolen from President Donald Trump.

Senate control will be decided in two election elections in Georgia on January 5, and Republican candidates – Senator Perdue and Kelly Loeffler – want to portray themselves as a bastion against the Democrats ’agenda.

However, this framework suggests that a GOP majority in the Senate will be needed to curb former Vice President Joe Biden’s agenda after his inauguration next year. This idea is in stark contrast to the ongoing efforts of the Trump campaign to challenge the election results and reject the president.