But the Senate Majority Leader also lauded defeated president Donald Trump for his Supreme Court appointments and other claimed “accomplishments” while other Republicans say the fight to overturn democracy is “not over.”
Trump continues to claim he won the election but the democratic process, while under constant fire by an autocratic wannabe, held and bestowed the final win to President-elect Joe Biden.
As usual, Trump lied. He had claimed that the Electoral College vote would allow him to accept the results of an election he lost, but he turned to Twitter to claim Biden lost while he, and only he, won.
Once again, a top aide considered one of Trump’s staunchest allies, fell out of favor when he would not break the law to fulfil the corrupt president’s demands.
The president-elect, who won more votes in Georgia Nov. 3 than any other candidate on the ballot, hopes to put that support to work to put two more Democrats into the U.S. Senate.