GA stays open to fraud as GOP majority's at stake

Monday, January 4, 2021
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Raphael Warnock (Dem. Senate candidate)A political analyst says it is "textbook insanity" for Georgia to continue to allow the same avenues for election fraud and expect different results.

Rob Chambers, vice president of AFA Action, says Georgia Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler both face tough Senate runoffs tomorrow, January 5, in part because the Democrats have been allowed to do some of the same fraudulent things they did during the presidential race. For one thing, just as they did leading up to Election Day in November, Democrats have been allowed to send out hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots, which could prove difficult to properly track for validity.


One News Now recently noted that a poll conducted December 29 by Trafalgar showed a narrow race, with Democrat Jon Ossoff (pictured below) leading Perdue 50-48 and Rev. Rafael Warnock leading Loeffler 50-49, according to RealClearPolitics. So Chambers is not confident that the GOP incumbents will emerge victorious.

"You've heard the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results," he offers. "This runoff election I would categorize as being insane, because there have been no corrections to address any of the fraudulent voting during the presidential election. And if these state officials don't change it, I don't see how they can expect a different outcome. It is textbook insanity."

Jon Ossoff 2Chambers also recognizes the concerned Trump voters who do not plan to vote in the runoffs because they feel betrayed by the presented outcome of the presidential race.

"Regardless of what the voters of Georgia feel, how Perdue or Loeffler are not fighting to address the November 3 election, the voters still, I believe, must turn out and vote on Election Day, if indeed they want something other than a socialist revolution the Democrats support by the words and their actions," the AFA Action vice president asserts.

A spokesperson for a pro-life organization adds that the results of Georgia's election will have ramifications for Congress and possibly for taxpayers.


Democrats still hold a majority of the seats in the U.S. House, so the two candidates who win this runoff election for Senate could change the entire picture in the upper chamber of Congress.

Prudence Robertson of the Susan B. Anthony List tells One News Now House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats in the lower chamber are relentlessly pushing for repeal of the Hyde Amendment.

"That's a pro-life rider that simply protects American taxpayers from funding abortion," Robertson notes. "The Hyde Amendment has saved over 2.4 million lives, and many of those lives are children being born in black and other minority populations."


Although the U.S. House would likely initiate repeal efforts that could pass, the Senate would have to sign off on it – something that would be more difficult with a Republican majority.

"This claim that Pelosi's making, that she would repeal the Hyde Amendment, it just makes the election just that much more critical," the pro-lifer submits. "If Democrats were able to gain control of the Senate, they would strip away all pro-life protections that are currently afforded to the unborn, including the Hyde Amendment."

However, both Georgia Democrats running for U.S. Senate would likely vote along party lines, meaning all-out support for abortion, even though surveys reveal most American voters want limits on abortion and do not want to finance the life-ending practice through federal tax dollars.

Editor's Note: AFA Action is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates


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