Trump is taking on the establishment.
Trump released a statement from his Save America group claiming Senate Minitory Leader Mitch McConnell and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp are responsible for both losses in the Georgia Senate races.
“To set the record straight, there were two reasons the Senate races were lost in Georgia,” Trump said in a statement through his Save America group. “First, Republicans did not turn out to vote because they were so angry and disappointed with Georgia Republican leadership and Governor [Brian] Kemp for failing to stand up to Stacey Abrams and the disastrous Consent Decree that virtually eliminated signature verification requirements across the state (and much worse), and was not approved by the State Legislature as required by the Constitution – having a major impact on the result, a rigged election.”
“Second, Senator Mitch McConnell’s refusal to go above $600 per person on the stimulus check payments when the two Democrat opponents were touting $2,000 per person in ad after ad. This latter point was used against our Senators and the $2,000 will be approved anyway by the Democrats who bought the Georgia election – and McConnell let them do it!” Trump said.
The former president also blamed “ineffective TV ads” as a reason the GOP failed to hold onto the two Georgia seats.
“Even more stupidly, the National Republican Senatorial Committee spent millions of dollars on ineffective TV ads starring Mitch McConnell, the most unpopular politician in the country, who only won in Kentucky because President Trump endorsed him. He would have lost badly without this endorsement,” he said.
Trump is right.
The failure of the GOP to deliver what voters wanted cost them the senate.
Democrats just lied.
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