Politics is an endeavor that should be undertaken with the understanding that things are going to get dirty.
This is a win-at-all-costs game, and the less shame you bring to the table, the more effectively you are going to be able to operate. This truly is, at times, the dehumanization of decency on public display.
For instance, we now have a left-wing Super PAC in the State of Georgia, looking to pit the MAGA movement against the Grand Ol’ Party.
Really American, a left-wing super PAC that spent close to half a million dollars campaigning against Trump and in support of Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election, reiterated Tuesday that as Trump and his legal team pursue voter fraud allegations in a handful of states, including Georgia — where certified results showed Trump behind Biden by a narrow 0.26 percent margin — Republican incumbent Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler have somehow failed the president.
Really American is in the process of crowdfunding for and installing billboards across Georgia to deliver this message ahead of the Senate runoff election taking place January 5.
Just take a look…
A flurry of media outlets are reaching out to get a comment on the billboards being erected across Georgia. Really Americans founder @JustinAHorwitz has released the following statement regarding the billboards, as a response to any and all press inquiries.https://t.co/8dBiByGGoo
— ReallyAmerican.com 🇺🇸 (@ReallyAmerican1) December 1, 2020
The organization has doubled down:
“If Trump supporters deliver Perdue and Loeffler a victory, they should be acutely aware that they will be delivering Trump and MAGA a serious political defeat,” the organization stated. “The only people trying to conceal this are Loeffler, Perdue, and Mitch McConnell, who want to destroy President Trump but keep his supporters.”
Members of the Georgia GOP were quick to respond.
“It’s disappointing to see an extreme left-wing super PAC come into Georgia with the sole intention of deceiving voters,” Georgia GOP spokeswoman Abigail Sigler said, “but no amount of billboards will divide Georgia Republicans who know that Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue continue to stand with President Donald Trump.”
The political trickery is so great that Peach State residents wouldn’t find themselves surprised if the far-left Super PAC’s next move was to jump up on a hickory stump and start their speech with “boy, let me tell you what”.
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