Georgian senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, both Republicans, have given support to Texas in a lawsuit against the Supreme Court that tried to overthrow election results in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican lawsuit currently being investigated by the FBI, alleges the four states – all for President Joe Biden’s election because of President Donald Trump – illegally changed their voting laws during the pandemic. . Chris Carr, a spokesman for the Republican Georgian Prosecutor General’s Office, said Newsweek on Tuesday that “the Texas Attorney General is in constitutional, legal and factual error with regard to Georgia.”
But Loeffler and Perdue, who have a close Senate run against democratic opponents on Jan. 5, have thrown support behind Texas – ignoring the position of the Republican administration in their own state.
“We fully support President Trump’s remedies and Attorney General Paxton’s lawsuit. The President has every right to use all available legal means to guarantee these simple principles: all legal votes cast must be counted, illegally cast votes cannot be counted, and there must be full transparency and uniformity in the counting process, “the GOP senators said in a statement.
Brian Kemp, spokesman for the Georgian governor of the Republican governor, supported by Trump in 2018 Newsweek to the Attorney General of the State for comment. A spokesman for the Attorney General reiterated his earlier remark when he was contacted Wednesday morning.
Georgia has already aggregated its ballots three times, with two recountings – including a manual recount – showing no significant change in the state’s overall performance. Biden narrowly beat Trump in the state with nearly 12,000 votes. The elected president’s leadership led by more than 20,000 votes in Wisconsin, 150,000 in Michigan and more than 80,000 in Pennsylvania.
Without evidence from the president and his supporters, it was claimed that Biden had won by widespread electoral fraud. Although the Trump campaign and Republican supporters have filed a number of lawsuits against the outcome of the election in several states across the country, almost all of them were rejected or rejected by judges – several appointed by the Republican presidents and Trump himself. The judges repeatedly pointed out in their judgments that Trump and his supporters had not submitted evidence to substantiate their allegations.
Trump has set a special goal for Georgia, despite the fact that the state is run by Republicans who voted for and supported his candidate. President Brad Raffensperger described Georgia’s foreign minister as a “people’s enemy” for refusing to overthrow the state’s election results.
“In any case, Georgia had wildly successful and smooth elections. We finally overcame the voting lines and put behind us the infamous reputation of Fulton County because of the catastrophic elections. This is what Georgians must celebrate, regardless of whether their preferred presidential candidate has won or lost,” Raffensperger wrote in the following article: USA ma appeared on November 25th.
“Anyone who is curious, mine is lost – my family voted for him, donated to him, and now he’s throwing them under the bus,” the Republican official added.
Despite efforts against Trump and false claims by Georgian Republican leaders, the state GOP remains divided. Nearly half of the senators in the Georgian Republican state issued a statement on Tuesday in support of the Texas lawsuit.
“We applaud the state of Texas because it acknowledged that failure by the state of Georgia to abide by its own election laws violated the U.S. Constitution’s Equal Protection Act,” the GOP’s 34 secretaries state said in a statement. Republican MPs have urged the Supreme Court to pick up the Texas lawsuit.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by Pennsylvania Republican MP Mike Kelly in an attempt to overthrow the election results in his state. One judge publicly disagreed with the decision. Trump reacted to the Supreme Court’s decision this Wednesday morning, suggesting that the Texas lawsuit is more important.
“This was not my case, which was so incorrectly reported. The case everyone was waiting for is the case of the state with the accession of Texas and many others. Very strong, ALL CRITERIA MEET. How can a presidency when a vast majority thinks that the election was OK? ”the president tweeted.There is no evidence to support the president’s claim that the election was“ falsified ”.