If you were wondering why the Georgia Senate didn’t decertify the obviously corrupt 2020 Election results, we now have an answer.
Daily Mail reported today:
A majority of Georgia’s Republican state senators sent former Sen. David Perdue a letter to request that he not enter the 2022 gubernatorial race before he launched his campaign, Axios reported.
“Our GOP and state must be unified behind our governor with a positive message to keep Georgia conservative and moving forward,” 25 of the state Senate’s 34 Republicans told Perdue in the letter obtained by Axios. They said that he “made us proud” during his tenure in Congress but said victory in November was more important.
Despite the letter, Perdue announced he would challenge incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp on Dec. 6. Former President Trump has criticized Kemp for not helping to overturn President Joe Biden’s victory in the state in the 2020 election.
Thirty-one state senators had already endorsed Kemp in September, Axios reported. Perdue acknowledged he received the request when asked, but he said it did not factor into his decision to run.
Governor Kemp certified the corrupt results in the state of Georgia despite numerous obvious acts of corruption. Despite the entire country knowing he certified fraudulent results, Kemp still wanted to run for reelection.
But the people in the state don’t want him in office now.
President Trump has backed Senator David Perdue who has the courage to challenge the 2020 election results in Georgia’s Fulton County.