CA super PAC with conservative operatives and celebrities GOP Dirt Trickster Roger Stone Trump supporters are calling on Republicans to sit outside and punish Georgia’s important Senate runs Or writing in Trump’s name instead. Although their efforts are within party boundaries, the movement fears the trend will cost Republicans GOP Regulation of the Senate.
The most aggressive call to boycott or cast opposition votes in two races has so far come from ties with Stone from the passive pro-Trump Super PAC, which has unveiled a new attempt to retaliate against Republican turn coats by handing over the Democrats. Regulation of the U.S. Senate.
This group, known as the Committee for American Sovereignty, Released a new website Encouraging Georgia Republicans to write in Trump’s name in the upcoming Senate election could determine the party that controls the upper house during the first two years of President-elect Joe Biden’s term. The PAC argued that it would force Republicans to address the wild election-fraud conspiracy theories put forward by Trump supporters and members of his own legislature, and that doing so would show support for the president.
“If we can do this, we have a real chance to get these Rhino senators to run in the Democratic-led illegal and corrupt election, which has been invested in the communist takeover of our great nation,” the group wrote on its new website, writeintrumpforgeorgiasenate.com. “We will not stop fighting for you against the evils of American patriotism, socialism and lower religions.”
The move is representative of a broader push among President Trump’s most dedicated supporters to block the support for two Georgian Republican senators, Kelly Lofler and David Berdu, who are facing competitive race challenges in the hope of increasing the party’s fear of losing the US Senate. Get more institutional support for their drive to change the outcome of the election. The goal is to expose a widespread electoral fraud conspiracy carried out by top Republicans in Georgia’s state government, including that government’s Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Rafensberger.
American Sovereignty Committee and a Sister Nonprofit Group Set in 2016 Vehicles for pro-Trump activists — especially Stone and former Blackwater leader Eric Prince – are trying to stifle black voting by claiming that Bill Clinton has an illegitimate bipartisan son. It was mostly quiet. The cases recently filed by the PAC with the Federal Electoral Commission reveal nothing but pending federal and state tax debts, and its new initiative in Georgia does not appear to have gained even greater numbers.
The request for comment sent to the U.S. Sovereign Email Address file with the FEC was not withdrawn. Attempts to reach Pamela Jensen, a California political activist who heads the group, have not been successful. Her husband, Paul Jensen, is a lawyer Stone describes In an email to the Daily Beast as a “long-term customer” his wife said “no opinion, neither do I.” Stone is not currently responding to inquiries about his involvement in the group.
Attempts by the Super PAC and other pro-Trump activists to bring the Georgia Republicans to their knees have drawn great traction over the past week, largely thanks to Powell’s public remarks, saying in a Saturday interview with Newsmax that his fictional voter fraud involving Dominion voting machines was a conspiracy. And Venezuelan bribery Extended to Kemp and Rafensberger. Powell suggested that Lofler would have lost this month to his Republican challenger, Doug Collins, if not for the voter fraud that tainted the Georgia election.
“Mr. Kemp and the Secretary of State should go with it because they bought the Dominion fraud at their last minute or with the reward of a $ 100 million contract for the Dominion,” Powell said.
Fears of an intra-party catastrophe in Georgia, triggered by Trump fans about Powell’s conspiracy theories, have been somewhat triggered by a domestic vote, showing a relatively thin section of Trump voters in the state, who may condemn the GOP’s own Senate candidates. A Republican activist who voted told a Daily Beast that the vote was “in single digits.”
But the January 5 races are expected to be very tight except for any shortcomings. Even Republicans who fully buy into the conspiracy theories surrounding Trump’s election defeat say they are concerned it will reduce the GOP vote, which will cost the party two Senate seats and a majority.
“Anger over the secretary of state’s inability and the governor’s failure to lead the way means Republicans are at home,” said Newt Kinggrich, a former Georgia congressman and council spokesman. “I think the biggest problem is getting the Republicans out.”
In an interview Monday, Kingrich told The Daily Beast that he fully believes Democrats will try to steal the Senate election as well. Kingrich predicted that Republicans would “actually win the popular vote, but not the counted votes.” “They have a really easy campaign … The problem is, when you finish doing the traditional, classic campaign, on the other hand, if you have enough control over the election machines, they will win you over.”
But Kingrich said he hoped such bad predictions about inevitable election theft would lead Republicans to the polls, without reinforcing the voter indifference he expressed concern about. “I have a very simple model,” he said. “You have to win by a bigger difference than they can steal.”
While the stakes of Kingch’s run may be clear, others Republicans do not. In the conservative media social platform Parlor that saddens Trump fans Said They will express their dissatisfaction with the GOP by avoiding running or writing in Trump’s name. Last week, talk radio presenter Rush Limbaugh Said “Never Trump” Republicans were eager to get their votes in the running, with his observers saying the votes of Trump supporters could be snatched away.
“It’s funny that these Trump people never wanted to save their pork, they just sat in their butts and made fun of Trump and us for voting,” Limbaugh said.
Limbaugh urged his audience to vote for Lofler and Bertou somehow. But pro-Trump lawyer Lynn Wood, who Case In an attempt to block the state of Georgia’s voter certificate, he tweeted on Saturday that he would not vote unless Lofler and Berto took further action against allegations of election-day voter fraud.
“Intimidate them to stop your votes and money,” Wood tweeted. “Ask them to represent you.”
“Kelly Lofler and David Burdock can do what we say because we are their voters, we are their donors, we are their volunteers, or we will not really vote.”
– Ali Alexander
Ali Alexander, the Conservative operator who organized the “Stop the Steel” protests across the country, called on Bertu and Lofler Kempe to order a special session of the Georgia legislature to investigate allegations of voter fraud. If they do not, Trump supporters will ignore the flow, Alexander said.
“Kelly Lofler and David Burdock can do what we say because we are their voters, we are their donors, we are their volunteers, or we will not really vote,” Alexander said before echoing the concerns of his critics about Senate control. . “Oh, but Ali, will the Democrats take the Senate?” I like an enemy in my face more than a traitor in the back. “
Alexander, who has nearly 200,000 Twitter followers, is making big announcements about his own influence within the party, threatening to launch a nationwide primary campaign under the “Stop Steel” brand against Republicans. . Jan.
“No one should donate to NRSC, RNC, Kelly Lofler or David Bertou,” Alexander said.
Alexander’s remarks Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA), once elected president and once a supporter of Cunningham, is due to take office in Congress in January. Green tweeted that the threats would “hand over the Senate to the Socialist Democrats.”
“People who make donations to their personal PayPal should spend it on elections,” Green tweeted, an outspoken jab in Alexander Requesting donations to his PayPal account From Trump voters.
Other Republicans are angry at the GOP and Trump voters are rushing to show that they are still running. Donald Trump Jr. tweeted on Monday calling on conservative activists to sit down to vote for Trump supporters.
Trump Jr. tweeted. “Get to know those people.”
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