In a declaration released Monday evening, Kelly Loeffler (Sen. of Georgia) said that she will oppose the certification of the Electoral College outcomes on Wednesday. On her official Twitter profile, she described, in a statement, that she will vote on 6th January, to give President Donald Trump and the People of America a fair hearing they deserve and back the objection to the Electoral College certification procedure.
Kelly Loeffler has announced that she is objecting to the Electoral College results and will stand with us in fighting to ensure election integrity!
Georgia, she’s standing with us!
Go stand with her & David Perdue today at the polls!
Save America from Socialism.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) January 5, 2021
Kelly will come up with an individual struggle from a bunch of her fellow Republican senators who previously claimed to go against the victory of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden during the certification vote. Just a few minutes ahead of Kelly’s tweet, her fellow Senator David Perdue, Georgia Republican, posted a Sunday interview’s video clip on Fox News, in which David is urging his fellows to object.
David encouraged his fellows to object certification
He described that he is encouraging his fellows to object, and this is something that the United States people demand right now. David Perdue continued that there are massive irregularities in Georgia, and they must be inspected, and they need to be corrected, in his opinion. Both David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are in the middle of the tense race in Georgia, where both will face their Democratic rivals, the Rev. Warnock and Jon Ossoff, respectively, a day ahead of the certification vote.
David Perdue’s first group ended on Sunday. The outcomes of the runoff will not be certified at the moment for the vote Wednesday, but David Perdue will not have a vote. On the other side, Kelly Loeffler, because Kelly is covering a place vacated by Jonny Isakson’s retirement, will show her presence in the office until the outcomes of the election are certified by Brad Raffensperger (Georgia’s secretary of state).
A Republican, Brad Raffensperger, had supervised three different verifications of the November vote in the state and led many other evaluations of the process. Furthermore, he previously tasked the GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation) by leading a review of the signature check system in Cobb County, which suggested that the signature system was 99.9 percent authentic and showed no proof of any fraud.
A phone call recording acquired by The Washington Post, President Trump set Brad to find votes to change the election outcomes when he loses to Joe Biden.