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President Trump On Raffensperger And Kemp: “They MUST Be Held Accountable”


Raffensperger and Kemp are in President Trump’s iron sights.

According to him, these two need to face the consequences of covering up the massive election fraud which occurred in their state.

We recently saw how Raffensperger changed his tune, and cited a floodgate of evidence and ‘irregularities’ as his reason for coming out election fraud.

At the same time, Governor Brian Kemp has remained eerily quiet. It’s not that we don’t hear a single thing from him, but it certainly is rare to hear Kemp talk about any of this.

Either way, it looks like these two are going to have a very hard time remaining viable in The GOP, as would anyone who picks a fight with President Trump.

Let’s look at some of the latest updates:

The Atlanta Journal Constitution had this to say:

Since losing the presidential election to Joe Biden, Donald Trump has vowed to oust Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger — Georgia officials he said did not do enough to overturn the results in his favor.

Now he’s turning his attention to the state’s No. 2 slot.

The former president said Wednesday night that he will not “support or endorse” Republican Senate President Pro Tem Butch Miller’s candidacy to become Georgia’s next lieutenant governor.

Trump sent a press release saying Miller refused “to work with other Republican Senators on voter fraud and irregularities in the state.”

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Fox 5 Atlanta had more:

Georgia’s election results have become a fault line in the party. Embattled Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger faces Trump-endorsed primary challenger U.S. Rep Jody Hice for another term. Duncan said he’d build GOP 2.0, an effort to heal a damaged party through empathy and respect. And Gov. Brian Kemp faces a pesky primary challenge from recent GOP convert Vernon Jones, who has made attacking the results the centerpiece of his campaign and who is openly courting a Trump endorsement.

Trump has repeatedly attacked Kemp and Raffensperger, fixating on them as contributors to his loss. Trump supporters who believe he was cheated have flowed into county and state Republican party organizations, backing GOP officers who support that position.

Georgia’s lieutenant governor has relatively little power in law, with senators deciding how strong they want the office to be. Miller may be more powerful as president pro tem, but might be able to use support among Republican senators to amass strength in the office.



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