What in the world is this?
Are these GOP senators trying to lose the Georgia runoff elections?
That’s what it appears after watching Perdue spew this nonsense:
What is going on in this video? pic.twitter.com/Bd4xW4uMvy
— Cerno (@Cernovich) December 4, 2020
Of course, Pelosi and Trump was a bridge too far (thanks to corrupt Pelosi).
But Biden and McConnell being former buddies is the magic wand to negotiating across the aisle?
This just shows Perdue is like any RINO and willing to kick the Trump base to the curb.
If he doesn’t get his act together and FIGHT to win Georgia for Trump, there’s going to be a major backlash from MAGA Country.
— ReallyAmerican.com 🇺🇸 (@ReallyAmerican1) December 4, 2020
— Mary Moore 🇺🇸 (@MooreHomes1) December 5, 2020
Are you going to rally for this weak RINO, Mr. President? He's doing nothing to support you after all you've done for the party and the country!https://t.co/NwJnNvHQeN
— Federalist PitchBot (@FederalistPitch) December 4, 2020
Wth! What side is this RINO on? I will be damned if I send a damned penny to the @SenateGOP unless I see something done about this. Someone owes us an explanation ASAP. @KLoeffler @sendavidperdue @POTUS @TimMurtaugh
— KCD45 (@Tami_KCD) December 5, 2020
This sentiment is spreading like wildfire amongst the Trump base.
How hard is it for Perdue to understand that if he doesn’t back Trump, then he won’t win the MAGA vote?
He hasn’t lifted a finger to expose voter fraud and now he courts a potential Biden presidency.
Give me a break!
The only reason for Trump to rally in Georgia now is to address his base.
That’s where the loyalty lies, not with these back-stabbing RINOs.
Some would rather him cancel the trip altogether.
Trump should cancel his trip to Georgia. F#ck the GOP/RNC they are all corrupt. EVERYWHERE!
— John Curtis (@Johnmcurtis) December 4, 2020
Trump should cancel his trip to Georgia nowpic.twitter.com/MdtpXCZuSw
— Odysseus 🇺🇸🤙🏼🍿 (@Odysseus_Spear) December 5, 2020
The video obtained by the Washington Post was from a Zoom call hosted by the Republican Jewish Coalition.
Jewish Insider reported on the meeting:
Sens. David Perdue (R-GA) and Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), the two Republican incumbents running to defend their seats in the Georgia special election runoff in January, appeared to publicly acknowledge President Donald Trump’s defeat in an off-the-record Zoom call hosted by the Republican Jewish Coalition on Wednesday — as they emphasized the need for the GOP to maintain control of the Senate as a buffer to Biden’s domestic and foreign policy.
“We know what this change of command at the top will mean with our foreign relations, and it gives us great pause about [the] U.S.-Israeli relationship — the progress we’ve made in the last couple of years,” Perdue said in his opening remarks, in audio obtained by Jewish Insider, referencing the recent peace accord between Israel and the UAE and Bahrain and the withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran. “This is historic and we don’t want to give that up. And so one of the things that is so much in play here is, if we can keep the majority in the Senate, we can at least be a buffer on some of the things that the Biden camp has been talking about in terms of their foreign policy.”
“We really need to protect what we’ve done under President Trump these last four years, both in foreign policy, economic policy and so forth — and the only way to do that is to hold these two seats,” Perdue added. “And by the way, we can have a tempering impact on foreign policy. You’ve heard Biden talk about he wants to reinstate the JCPOA. Well, there are things that we can do in the Senate that can slow that down and actually have a tempering effect.”
The articles goes on to state:
During the call, first reported by The Washington Post, Loeffler echoed her colleague’s sentiment by stressing the importance of a split government. “David and I are the firewall to stopping socialism in America, to stopping their bad policies,” she stressed. “If we don’t hold the line right now, we will never get another chance to change the country back — because they will abolish the filibuster, they’ll add D.C. statehood, pack the court, and on and on.”
Trump is expected to hold a campaign rally in support of Perdue and Loeffler in Valdosta, Georgia, on Saturday. The president has refused to concede and continues to claim that the election was illegitimate.
Loeffler also suggested that Republicans will seek to stop some of Biden’s cabinet appointments during the confirmation hearings, and challenge them on their record during the Obama administration. “The work that has happened over the last four years, we have to preserve that — a strengthened Israel, a weakened Iran — we have to make sure that that continues,” she said. “And if they put up officials that have a track record of not standing with Israel, of doing the wrong thing with Iran, then we’re going to hold them accountable,” Loeffler continued. “We are going to see a lot of folks from the Obama administration come back, which is a great chance for us to review their records and hold them accountable for their track records which, in many cases, failed the U.S.-Israel relationship.”
The pair did not discuss the possibility of a second Trump term, which would invalidate their narrative about serving as a buffer to a Biden administration. “This is our last chance. We won’t give it a second chance,” Perdue stressed on the call.
How can they ensure Trump’s progress isn’t wasted?
Fight for him now against this voter fraud for a 2nd term.
If you do that, you’ll earn the MAGA vote.
Not give up or stab him in the back.
Are they cowards, traitors, or both?