The breach appeared methodical by people who had researched the weak spots of the Capitol.
With massive turnouts of Black and Hispanic voters, along with progressives in the Southern state’s suburbs, the move to blue continued in Georgia.
While his role as Trump’s loyal vice president comes to an end, will he stand up and do the right thing? Good question. We will know the answer on Wednesday.
Those who have decided to support and back this pathetic degenerate who never deserved to ever become president have brought shame on their party and the nation. Let them pay and let that payment be harsh.
In a long, often disjointed, conference call between outgoing president Donald Trump, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and others in Washington and Georgia, the defeated president who lost in both the popular and Electoral College vote for president against Joe Biden tried to convince, persuade, threaten and even begged, the state to change at least enough votes to overturn his loss in that state. It didn’t sell.
A federal judge, appointed by outgoing president Donald Trump, ruled against an effort by some Republicans to give Pence unwarranted power to shift the outcome of the election but the division within Republicans continues to affect the party.
A win by Democrats would show Biden’s strength in getting out the voters who helped him win the presidency.
The veto by the defeated and soon to be ex-president was just another example of too much, too far, even for his supporters in the Senate and House. They delivered what is the latest in a string of overwhelming defeats of a lame-duck president.
“A suit to establish that the Vice President has discretion over the count, filed against the Vice President, is a walking legal contradiction,” the Justice Department argues.
The defeated president continues his attempts to overturn the will of voters who denied him a second term. His loss brings more loss of credibility to the Republicans who support him.