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Biden bombed Georgia’s GOP senators as they ‘supported’ Trump’s attempt to overturn state election results

Biden held a drive-in rally in Atlanta Early voting began this week Jan. 5 Bertue and Democrat Challenger John Osoff and Lofler and the Rev. Fr. Prior to the race between Rafael Warnock. If the Democrats win both races, they will seize control of the Senate from the GOP, wipe out a two-vote majority in the Republicans and place Vice President-elect Kamala Harris as the 50-50 room tiebreaker.

During the rally, he criticized Bertou and Lofler for backing President Donald Trump in an attempt to overturn the election results in Georgia, which garnered more than 12,000 votes for Biden and sent both Senate races to run because none of the candidates won the 50% threshold.

“Your senators may be confused, maybe they think they represent Texas,” Biden said, adding that the Texas case seeks to oust the election results of other swing states – a legal effort court that was widely supported by Republicans but rejected by the Supreme Court. “If you want to bid for Texas, you have to run in Texas, not in Georgia.”

Biden scoffed at the failed Republican efforts to reverse his Georgia victory, saying, “I begin to feel like I have beaten Georgia three times.”

Biden said he hoped the government would record the turnout in the Senate elections by urging voters to give Democrat candidates Osaf and Warnock more victories than could be challenged by Republicans.

“Don’t give them an excuse. Don’t let them rob you of your power,” he said.

Biden’s comments are particularly sharp, and are a continuation of his fork rhetoric Monday’s vote 306-232, by the Electoral College confirming victory against Trump.

Osof and Warnock said Biden “will really fight for you.”

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“They will not put Donald Trump first, they will not put themselves first. The people of Georgia will put you first,” he said.

He said Ossoff and Warnock were “not doers and roadblocks,” criticizing the Republican-led Senate for not sending a corona virus relief package in recent months.

“Putting food on the table has become a difficult task for many. And what is the US Senate doing? Nothing. People need help, they need it now,” he said.