Rudderless Republicans Attack… Republicans?

The Republican Party Takes Flight

The Great Stet of Georgeduh’s favorite self-dealing grifters, Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue  called on Georgeduh’s Republican secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, to resign, you know, citing make-believe failures in Georgia elections.

Yup, two dishonest wingnuts are accusing a third wingnut of conspiring against them to help elect commie, ‘bortion-loving, baby-eating cannibal libtards in Georgia.

Raffensperger told them both to get eff’ed:

“As a Republican, I am concerned about Republicans keeping the U.S. Senate. I recommend that Senators Loeffler and Perdue start focusing on that.”

So sad to see Republicans so rudderless, ain’t it?

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12 Responses to Rudderless Republicans Attack… Republicans?

  1. Infidel753 says:

    Yes! Let the Republicans do the circular-firing-squad thing and point fingers at each other for a change.

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  2. Martin Pollard says:

    Both of them are afraid that Emperor Covidicus will tweet something mean at them, thus turning his base of Stormtrumpers against them and costing them the runoff. Republicans are nothing if not self-serving cowards.

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  3. R White says:

    I fully understand why Perdue is running. He’s a failed businessman whose net worth wasn’t worthy, but has increased during his time of wandering the halls of the antiquated senate. He’s not that bright and probably couldn’t get a real job without the help of his cousin Sonny’s (ex. ga gov. and current ag sec.) republican friends.

    But what I don’t understand is why is Loeffler bothering with such trivial things like being a senator? Surely $500 million can provide the power, can buy you a host of yes-men/women who would never question your motives/aspirations. What is the endgame here? Owning the libs with more corruption from a vapid blonde?

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    • tengrain says:

      R White –

      I think corrupt Kelly showed us the end-game already when she sold some $20M worth of stock before the market crashed (and bought others in the medical supply “space”). She’s a garden variety crook playing with much bigger accounts than other Senators.

      And to the degree that her shitty husband Jeffrey C. Sprecher, chairman of the NYSE, follows her lead, it’s a two-fer. And I’m willing to bet that other friends and family are watching their movements like hawks.

      Grifting isn’t a cottage industry for these crooks, they have made it into big bidness.



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      • beckymaenot says:

        Well- maybe someone under the new administration will be looking into that kind of corruption and blatant insider trading…


  4. roket says:

    I would love to hear more from the MSM about republicans in disarray but alas that is doubtful.

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    • spotthedog says:

      “Dems in Disarray” sort of rolls off the tongue and has a catchy sound due to its alliteration factor, so the MSM hates to give it up. Something like “Repubs in Retreat” might be comparable, hopefully someone could come up with something better. But yeah, not holding my breath waiting for the supposedly liberal MSM to express such.


    • R White says:

      Actually, CNN is sort of hinting at just that since both of the corrupt & extremely wealthy republican senators from jawga are arguing that the SOS there (who is a batshit trumpkin) quit his job in order to placate the fee fees of cheeto jesus since fat nixon wasn’t supposed to lose there, but laughably did by over 13k.


  5. Karla says:

    Here’s the part of that quote that gives me a bad feeling:
    “As a Republican, I am concerned about Republicans keeping the U.S. Senate.”
    How about: “As the Secretary of State, I will run an election that is fair to all candidates.” But I think that’s too much to hope for.
    And the call for him to resign may just be their shot across his bow to get him to pull strings in their favor during the runoff — just to prove that is a true R.


  6. They’re right on it, today a whole bunch of Georgia pols sent a Very Serious And Official Letter to…the “George Secretary of State”


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