In an election season that seemingly has no end despite the fact that November 3 fully decided the results of all but two down ballot races, early voting for the last two senatorial seats has begun in Georgia, with Kelly Loeffler (R) pitted against Rev. Raphael Warnock (D) and David Perdue (R) running against Jon Ossoff.
High election turnout generally spells good news for Democrats, and Georgia’s early votes in the senatorial races are reaching record numbers. The state has long been considered a red state that reliably votes Republican, but Joe Biden managed to pull out a decisive win against Donald Trump there in November.
Meanwhile, the Republican president is openly calling for the Republican governor and secretary of state in Georgia to be jailed for refusing to overturn the will of the voters in Georgia to install Trump in the White House for a second term.
It’s unclear how Trump’s endless tantrum will affect Republican voters in Georgia, but the conundrum is quite clear. Trump wants Republican voters convinced that the election is rigged, that voting machines are rigged, that mail-in ballots are fraudulent, that election officials are conspiring against Republicans, and that there votes will not be counted. He’s also encouraging his supporters to go and vote for Georgia Republicans, which makes absolutely no sense at all. However, it doesn’t appear that his voters are questioning this logic.
Twitter, however, is questioning Trump and his insane rants, but are mostly focused on winning the Senate seats in Georgia and taking back the government. Read some of their comments below: