President Trump and the Republican National Committee said on Sunday that the president will hold a rally in Dalton, Georgia on January 4 the night before the state’s presidential election.. The Republicans need to hold a seat in the Senate to maintain at least one majority in the Senate, while the Democrats need to win both a 50-50 tie and vice president-elect Kamala Harris as a tiebreaker vote.
“On behalf of two great senators @sendavidperdue and @KLoeffler, I will go to Georgia on the evening of Monday, January 4, to hold a large and wonderful rally. It is so important to our country, they won!”
Mr. Trump announced that he will travel to Georgia shortly before the presidential electionHe has signed the $900 billion COVID-19 economic relief bill and the $1.4 trillion government spending bill. After refusing to sign the bill for nearly a week, Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler both got into trouble before voting because they both voted for it. Both Perdue and Loeffler immediately issued statements thanking Mr. Trump for the bill.
Neither Perdue nor Loeffler won 50% of the vote in November, which forced the finals. Perdue led the Democratic opponent Jon Ossoff, while Raphael Warnock received the most votes in his campaign. Loeffler and Republican lawmakers said Doug Collins (Doug Collins) combined more than him.
The game attracted a lot of money. Last week, Osov became the most funded Senate candidate in history, raising $107 million between October 15 and December 15 alone.
At Mr. Trump’s previous rally in Georgia, he wrongly insisted that “we won the election”, especially in that state. Mr. Trump refused to recognize the general election. He has singled out the Georgian Republican election officials, who flipped blue for president-elect Biden, when making widespread election fraud and rigged elections baseless claims.
After the Electoral College confirmed Mr. Biden’s victory on December 14 and a series of lawsuits challenging the election results failed in court, Mr. Trump hoped to overturn the election results of both houses of Congress and agreed to oppose the election results. Several major states met on January 6 to count the votes, but Democrats held a majority in the House of Representatives. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked Republican senators not to oppose the election results during the joint meeting last week.
Republican Senator John Thune from South Dakota said the attempt to throw away state electoral votes “is just nothing.”
Thun told reporters on December 21: “In the Senate, it will fall like a hound.”
Dalton, where the rally was held on January 4, is located in one of the most conservative House of Representatives areas in Georgia.In January, the region will be represented by the Republican PartyHe advocates the QAnon conspiracy theory and is a staunch ally of Mr. Trump.
The Republican National Committee said that all participants at the Dalton rally must undergo temperature checks and provide them with masks “instructed to wear” and can use hand sanitizer. The rally was held in the airport hangar, which was a familiar meeting place before Trump’s campaign.