Huh? Republican lawyer urges Georgians NOT to vote in run off election

Keeping the Senate is a must for the GOP if they want to have a balance of power and stop Democrats from pushing forward liberal policies. In Georgia, a special run off election next January will decide if the Senate flips or remains in Republican control.

But for some reason, pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood is telling Georgians not to go out and vote for Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.

“I would encourage all Georgians to make it known that you will not vote at all until your vote is secure – and I mean that regardless of party,” Powell said. “We can’t live in a republic, a free republic unless we know our votes are legal and secure. So we must have voter ID and we probably must go back to paper ballots that are signed and have your thumbprint on them. We certainly should be able to find a system that can count them, even if it has to be done by hand.”

This is Georgia – we ain’t dumb. We’re not going to go vote on January 5th on another machine made by China. You’re not going to fool Georgians again. If Kelly Loeffler wants your vote, if David Perdue wants your vote, they’ve got to earn it,” Wood continued. “They’ve got to demand publicly, repeatedly, consistently: Brian Kemp, call a special session of the Georgia State Legislature. And if they do not do it…they have not earned your vote.”

President Trump doesn’t seem to share those sentiments, tweeting he’s planning to hold a rally in GA to help the Senators out.

The special election will be held in Georgia on January 5, 2021.

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