Georgia Lieutenant Governor Rejects Trump’s Voter Fraud Claims

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Talking to reporters earlier this morning, Georgia Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan (R) said Georgia Republicans have been “actually not” making “offers” which have allowed voter fraud to happen, as President Donald Trump has claimed.

“What’s alarming is the quantity of misinformation that continues to stream. It’s alarming to me,” Duncan continued. “It’s actually disheartening to observe of us prepared to type of put their character and their morals on the market simply to allow them to unfold a half fact or a lie within the efforts to perhaps to flip an election. … That’s not what democracy is all about.”

Duncan added that baseless voter fraud claims solely serve to jeopardize the extremely anticipated Georgia Senate runoff elections, which is able to decide which celebration may have majority management within the chamber.

“I believe quick time period we run the chance of alienating voters for our Senate race that’s coming upon us for Sen. Loeffler and Sen. Perdue. And we want them,” he mentioned. “And long run, I believe we harm the model of our Republican Social gathering, which is actually greater than one individual long run … As Individuals we have to see leaders that encourage us and never speak down.”

Earlier immediately, President Trump called on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) to “Do one thing,” insisting that the election in his state had been compromised.

Nevertheless, there isn’t a proof that election fraud came about––the president’s personal safety businesses have struck down his claims––and the state started recounting its votes for the third time this week.

President-elect Joe Biden “gained Georgia by greater than 12,000 votes, when its outcomes were finally certified, following a roughly weeklong hand-count audit of all the state’s 5 million votes,” as reported by 11ALIVE. Georgia regulation permits candidates to request a recount when the margin of error is at or beneath 0.5%, which gave the Trump marketing campaign a gap to request the present recount.

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