Trump hints at Pence at Georgia Rally, great career, shame if anything happened

During his rally on the eve of the second round of elections in Georgia, President Donald Trump expressed frustration over his now familiar comfort piñatas – Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, the United States Supreme Court and the RINOs of all edges – as he struggles to face his loss in the 2020 election.

But on the stage Monday night in Dalton, Ga., He added a new one: Vice President Mike Pence.

“I hope Mike Pence will come for us,” Trump said, in front of an enthusiastic crowd of supporters. “If he doesn’t pass, I won’t love him so much.”

The ostensible purpose of Trump’s trip to Georgia was to stimulate the senses. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) as they fight to take their seats in the Senate – and the GOP majority in the Senate in Tuesday’s election – not to make a veiled threat to vice -President to somehow block the certification of Joe Biden’s electoral college victory Wednesday in the Senate.

But that was just one of many moments in a long speech in which the outgoing president delivered his shallow lines in favor of GOP senators, but buried them in winding tirades in which he gave New lies and old conspiracies about the 2020 election are surfacing. The focus, as always, was on him and the elections that just passed, not the two GOP senators facing an extremely consequential election looming on Tuesday .

The President used his perch at Dalton – possibly his last major political rally before stepping down – to solidify his list of enemies in front of his most staunch supporters. After openly encouraging a main challenge to Kemp, his former ally who refused to overturn Georgian election results, at a rally last month, Trump on Monday vowed to personally campaign against Kemp when he is re-elected. next year.

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