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Sidney Powells Suggests Georgia Voters Skip Senate Runoff Elections

The controversial suggestion has many Republicans fearing for the worst.

In this topsy-turvy political world that we find ourselves in, there are few suggestions out there that would truly surprise us at this point.

As Americans, we’ve seen it all over the past four years, and certainly a great deal of this novel nonsense has come to us in the last four weeks.  President Trump is locked in a heated battle to prove that he won the 2020 election, which runs counter to the narrative of the mainstream media after the Associated Press called the election in favor of former Vice President Joe Biden back on November 7th.

Now, with the balance of the Senate dependent upon the results of two Georgia runoff races, a pair of pro-Trump attorneys are pushing for Peach State voters to skip the January 5th affair altogether, unless the Governor of Georgia and other Republicans step up to assist the President.

Attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood held a press conference in Georgia on Wednesday, where Powell told the crowd not to vote in the upcoming Senate runoff election, a message that directly contrasts with President Donald Trump’s call for Georgians to turn out to vote for Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.

Powell, who is not affiliated with Trump’s legal team, told a crowd of supporters, “I think I would encourage all Georgians to make it known that you will not vote at all until your vote is secure, and I mean that regardless of party.”

Powell’s remarks stand in opposition to Trump, who has encouraged Georgians to vote for Loeffler and Perdue on January 5, the day of the runoff election, and has scheduled a rally for Saturday in the Peach State to campaign for the Republican incumbents.

Lin Wood’s words were even stronger.

Wood declared during the press conference that Loeffler and Perdue should “earn” their votes. “They’ve got to earn it. They’ve got to demand publicly, repeatedly, consistently, ‘Brian Kemp, call a special session of the Georgia legislature.’”

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has been a repeated target of President Trump’s in recent days, as the Commander in Chief implores the southern Governor to use his “emergency powers” to examine reports of voter fraud.

Kemp has denied that any wrongdoing took place, rebuking the President’s calls to action.

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