Warnock WINS, bringing Democrats one step closer to a full majority


On Monday President Trump travelled to Dalton, GA and held a rally on behalf of Loeffler and Purdue. He implored conservatives to go out and vote on Tuesday, “If these two [incumbents] don’t win, and if we don’t take the presidency, you have a country that will be run by Schumer, Pelosi and Biden,” Trump warned.

He went on to add, “The people of Georgia will be at the mercy of the left-wing socialists, Communists, Marxists, and that’s where it’s going. You know we don’t like to use the word Communist.”

Gabriel Sterling, a Georgia election official working for the Secretary of State, commented on the election results, saying that Trump’s fraud claims and infighting within the GOP played a major role in the election results.

“We need to have a unified team with a unified message looking to the future,” Sterling opined. He went on to deny the President’s allegations of fraud, arguing that the evidence is scant or nonexistent.

However, the defeat of Republican incumbents cannot be attributed to low turnout. Prior to Jan. 5, over 3 million votes had already been casted through mail-ins and in-person advanced votes.