On Tuesday, Georgia’s Republican Foreign Minister said that President TrumpDonald John Trump Tucker Carlson assures viewers that his show is “not going anywhere” after the presidential election, Trump’s senior advisers praise the president for a military strike on Iran: Report Senators clashed on the ground over wearing masks: “I don’t need your instructions.”His attacks on the integrity of the mail vote contributed to his loss in Peach State.
Twenty-four thousand people did not vote in the fall. Secretary of State Brad Ravensberger (right) said in an interview with WSB-TV, an ABC affiliate in the Atlanta area, that either they did not vote in absentia because the president told them, “Don’t vote in absentia, it’s not safe.” But then they did not go out to vote themselves. He would have won 10,000 votes. He has already depressed and suppressed his voting base. “
Ravensberger has become a target of President Trump and his allies since the country was expected to elect the president-elect Joe BidenJoe Biden Tucker-Carlson assures viewers that his show is “not going anywhere” after the presidential election, Trump’s top advisers praise the president for a military strike on Iran: Report Senators clashed on the ground over wearing masks: “I don’t need your instructions.”. the meaning. Kelly LoefflerKelly Loeffler, Georgia’s Secretary of State, said that Graham and other Republicans pressured him to throw the legal ballot papers, Pence to campaign in Georgia with Loeffler and Purdue on Friday, Karl Rove is overseeing the financial efforts of the Republicans to keep seats in the Senate in Georgia More (R) and David PurdueDavid Purdue, Georgia’s election chief, trapped in the crosshairs of the Republican Party. Loeffler and Warnock agree to December debate Kyle Kulinsky: Joe Biden will immediately sign executive orders to reverse Trump’s actions More (Right), both of whom face a January run-off for their seats, has called for his resignation after the election.
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Raffensperger said earlier this week that the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsay GrahamLindsay Olin Graham denies pressuring a senior electoral official in Georgia to get rid of some ballot papers, Georgia’s Secretary of State, Graham said, and other Republicans pressured him to throw legal ballot papers The Hill’s Report 12:30 – Submitted by Capital One – The world reacts to second COVID news 19 with 90% more efficacy (RS.C.) pressed him personally to disqualify some mail ballots during the mandatory recount. Graham denied the claim and said, “If he feels threatened by that conversation, you will have trouble.”
Earlier Tuesday, Ravensburger announced that the state had completed an audit of the voting machines and had not found any evidence of irregularities. Trump has repeatedly promoted unfounded conspiracy theories about the Dominion voting systems used in elections in Peach State.
“We are happy, but not surprised, by the unconditional success of the state’s voting machines,” Ravensberger said in a statement.
Biden is the first Democrat to win the state since the 1990s.