“There is no worse time for Georgia Republicans to get involved in a civil war. Your presidential candidate narrowly lost the state, which has long been a conservative safe place, while two competitive runoff elections are due in January that could determine control of the U.S. Senate – and the direction of the country for the first part of this decade. The New York Times reports.
“And yet the war has come, full of double crossings, internal charges of lies and incompetence, and a bitter faction split over how much loyalty to President Trump should be shown – and how much Republicans should reinforce his wrong argument that the Election was stolen in this rapidly changing southern state. “
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