Uh-oh I sense trouble in Raffensperger’s future.
If Donald J Trump endorsed any politician for any election, the opponent to that endorsed candidate is going to have a pretty rough ride at best.
At worst it pretty much can spell out the end of a political career.
I don’t need to tell you that the people LOVE Trump, just look at the backlash the RINO’s who voted to impeach him got.
A lot of people already don’t like Raffensperger, and it has only gotten worse now that there are allegations of him twisting the truth among other things.
Now President Trump is endorsing Jody Hice?
Not very good for Raffensperger…..not very good at all.
Take a look:
CNN reported this:
Former President Donald Trump endorsed GOP Rep. Jody Hice for Georgia Secretary of State on Monday, after attacking incumbent Republican Brad Raffensperger for overseeing his loss in the state last year.
"Unlike the current Georgia Secretary of State, Jody leads out front with integrity," said Trump. I have 100% confidence in Jody to fight for Free, Fair, and Secure Elections in Georgia, in line with our beloved U.S. Constitution. Jody will stop the Fraud and get honesty into our Elections!"
Raffensperger oversaw three ballot counts confirming Joe Biden's victory over Trump in Georgia, the first for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1992.
Newsmax had more on the story:
Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., told Newsmax TV on Monday that he's "very grateful" to former President Donald Trump for endorsing his challenge to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger after Trump said that the congressman "leads out front with integrity."
Hice told "The National Report" that the response to Trump's endorsement "has just been overwhelming."
"I can't keep up with the messages that are coming in from all over the place, online, on my phone, all over place," Hice said. "We're just really excited and appreciative of the support that's coming, and people in this state are keenly aware that we had some major problems in this past election cycle.
"And look, the free country that we have rests upon the ability of the people to cast their votes for those that they want to represent them. And when that voting process is in question, when the confidence of the voting process is taken away, we've got a serious problem.