The state’s highest court issued a quick, one-sentence ruling turning down GOP efforts to limit voting in a special election.
In what many see as another attempt to try and stop voting by minorities who might keep a Democratic Senator in office, the GOP is back in court…again.
The Supreme Court handed the disgraced and corrupt former president a third loss in a row in his vain attempts to ignore the law.
Judges in the appeals court appeared to torch the arguments of Trump lawyers over his attempts to withhold documents seized in the FBI raid of the former president’s estate in Florida.
The low-key, rushed announcement seems like another attempt to muddy the political waters.
The setback is the latest denial by the Supreme Court to Trump’s normal delay stunts to avoid justice. The court is not buying his act.
Obama will appear in Georgia on Dec. 1 as a major supporter of the Warnock, the current senator fighting to keep his seat.
With 50 seats, the Senate has a Democratic majority with Vice President Kamala Harris casting deciding votes. A win in the Georgia runoff gives the security of an absolute majority.
GOP contenders like Nikki Haley, former governor of South Carolina and previous ambassador to the United Nations, reminded the crowd that, unlike Trump, they have “never lost an election.”
Traditional Republicans started pulling away from the extreme Trump supporters who used lies and threats of violence as campaign tactics.