Some mood music:
On Monday, January 4, 2021, the night before the last of the 2020 general election contests…we hope…maybe…if a number of states don’t have to be done all over again…President Donald J. Trump will be headlining one of his signature rallies in the state of Georgia where any number of contests are in question, not just the senate and presidential races.
The mainstream media sorts are not amused. From CNN via MSN:
President Donald Trump is scheduled to headline a 9 p.m. ET rally for a pair of Georgia Republican Senate candidates, but his election eve appearance has GOP officials in Georgia and in Washington worried in the wake of his recently publicized call pressuring an election official over the November results.
The President’s presence at the Dalton, Georgia, rally would normally be a welcome sight for Republicans just one day before the runoffs — races that will determine which party controls the Senate. A big crowd for the President is expected and there is evidence that Trump’s presence will help turn out GOP voters.
But some Republicans are convinced the President, who unsuccessfully pressured Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to “find” votes that would tilt the balance in Trump’s favor, will spend far more time focused on his baseless electoral fraud claims as opposed to rallying his supporters to vote for the Republican ticket of Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
Public statements and private observations by sources familiar with the situation suggest that Trump is fixated with the issues he laid out on the call.
Trump repeatedly pushed for the call with the Georgia secretary of state, two sources familiar said. And between Election Day and Saturday’s phone call, there were 18 attempted calls from the White House to Raffensperger’s office, a source with knowledge and a Georgia state official confirmed to CNN.
And still the man won’t take the president’s call.
These people are stupid.
At any rate, there are some questions that have yet to be answered about tomorrow’s runoff in Georgia:
Not sure what time the lights go out, but which rendition do the readers prefer?
At any rate, RSBN is asking for 400,000 viewers tonight. Let’s make this happen.