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Trump campaign lawyer urges Republicans to boycott GA runoff vote over ‘unlawful election’

One of President Trump’s campaign attorneys, Lin Wood, who is currently filing lawsuits over the results of the 2020 presidential election, has just called on Georgians to conditionally not vote in the GA runoff in January. He did so claiming that if Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) don’t stand up and address what he terms as an unlawful election that Wood himself will not vote in the contest and asked if his fellow Georgians will as well.

Wood tweeted on Saturday: “Let’s speak truth about @SenLoeffler & @sendavidperdue. Why are they doing little or nothing to support efforts by GA citizens to address unlawful election & need for @BrianKempGA to order special session of legislature?”

“If not fixed, I will NOT vote in GA runoff,” he stated. “Will you?

“Politicians love votes & money (not necessarily in that order). Want to get @SenLoeffler & @sendavidperdue out of their basements to demand that action must be taken to fix steal of the 11/3 GA election? Threaten to withhold your votes & money. Demand that they represent you,” Wood also tweeted on Sunday.

Both Perdue and Loeffler have carefully avoided the issue of voter fraud and have instead focused on their elections. The Republican Senate hangs in the balance. Both seats must be won by the GOP to effectively keep the Democrats in check in Congress. If the Republicans lose, the Democrats will effectively control two arms of the government… the executive and the legislative.

A Democratic sweep of the Georgia runoffs would yield a 50-50 Senate, giving Vice President-elect Kamala Harris the tie-breaking vote to tilt the chamber to Democrats.

Both incumbents are in extremely tight races with neither of them able to secure more than 50% of the vote during November’s election.

The state of Georgie requires the winner to have at least 50% in order to win.

Loeffler is facing Democrat Raphael Warnock in a January 5th runoff election. It is one of two races that will determine which party has control of the U.S. Senate.

Sen Perdue is also facing a runoff in his race against Democrat Jon Ossoff in January.

Perdue and Loeffler have been appearing together to present a united front in this winner-take-all Senate contest. They have spent weeks appearing both separately and together across the state trying to rally Republicans to their cause.

Vice-President Pence joined Loeffler and Perdue on the campaign trail on Friday to bolster support within the GOP.

Loeffler has just gone into quarantine after receiving conflicting COVID-19 test results where one of them was positive.

Loeffler’s campaign said she took two rapid tests on Friday morning which both came back negative. She received the results of a PCR test, which is more accurate than rapid tests that night, which showed she was positive.

On Thursday a District Court Judge threw out a court case filed by Wood that was meant to halt the certification of Georgia’s election results.

Wood filed suit against Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and called into question a number of actions he believed undermined the integrity of the election. He argued Georgia’s election should not be certified and another hand recount should be conducted but the Trump-appointed judge denied the emergency motion.

Lin Wood also had an interview with Steve Bannon on Saturday and stated the following in part:

“I think the audience has to do what the people that were our Founding Fathers did in 1776. I think you’ve got to pledge your life, your money, and your sacred honor so that generations that come after us can live in freedom. I don’t believe the people trying to take over our country are going to let go when it’s exposed that the election was a fraud. I think there are plans in place to try to do other things to try to take over our government.”

“I think 2020 is the year they wanted to do it. Old George Soros said he was going to get it done and get rid of Trump, so I think the people need to have courage, I think they need to be prepared to fight for their freedom and I think at this time more than any time in my lifetime people need to have faith in God.”

“I know the spirit is there, the country is ready to do what is necessary to preserve freedom, I think that patriots have to come together. They need to be prepared to stay in touch with each other. They need to be prepared for some difficult days ahead, but they need to have faith that this country was founded under God and I don’t believe that communism is ever going to rule the day in America even though it may have infiltrated our government in the last 20 years, freedom is going to prevail, Steve.”

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