Georgia Secretary of State’s Brad Raffensperger has opened an investigation Monday into the infamous leaked recorded phone call he had with President Trump on Jan. 2.
Democrat Senate candidate Raphael Warnock is projected the winner of the Senate runoff election, defeating Republican incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler, inciting Democrats optimism in the control for power and astounding a full control of the federal government.
White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro released his second report on the massive election fraud Tuesday, documenting the Democratic Party’s year-long effort to “steal” the election from President Trump.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) announced late Monday evening on the eve of her crucial Senate Runoff election her plans to formally object to the Electoral College certification process on Wednesday, joining a dozen of GOP Senators challenging President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
The National Review, the country’s preeminent conservative magazine along with the highly influential Wall Street Journal Editorial Board criticized the group of eleven GOP senators led by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) who announced over the weekend their plans to object to the certification of the presidential election results when Congress formally counts the electoral votes this week.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger addressed the phone call controversy he had with President Trump and practically divulged in the release and has erupted in nonstop coverage and has overshadowed the final hours of the Peach State critical Senate runoffs.