Biden Blasts Georgia’s GOP Senators, Saying They ‘stood by’ as Trump Tried to Undo State’s Election Results

President-elect Joe Biden held a drive-in rally in Atlanta as a promotion for the January 5 runoffs. He publicly ridiculed Georgia’s GOP senators, Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. According to Biden, the Republicans  “stood by and fully embraced nullifying nearly 5 million Georgia votes.”

After Nov 3rd’s election, in which neither Loeffler nor Perdue recieved fifty percent of the vote, both races went sent into a special runoff election. During the rally, Biden accused Loeffler and Perdue of siding with President Trump, who attempted to undo Georgia’s election results.

The two candidates are doing a great job of losing the trust of the general public. Loeffler was recently photographed with a KKK leader and Perdue is facing mouting criticism for his stock trades after he was briefed privately on the coronavirus earlier this year.

The GOP senators are running against Reverand Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, two Democrats. Whichever party wins the January 5 election will hold control of the Senate.

Biden is urging voters to show up in uncontested, record-breaking numbers. “Don’t give them an excuse. Don’t let them take away your power,” he said. According to the President-elect, democratic candidates will be the  “doers and not roadblocks.”
“They won’t put Donald Trump first. They won’t put themselves first, either. They’ll put you first, the people of Georgia,” he said. If the Decomatric challengers win, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be responsible for casting a 50-50 chamber tiebreaker.

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Nataé Robinson, Also Known as Queen Tay or Tay Yonce is an Pan Afrikan Journalist From NYC. Nataé Pledges to re-write America’s narrative for the betterment of its citizens.

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