News Trump anounces his support for Perdue who is declaring sometime this week for his run in Geogia's governor election.

Amol S.

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Looks like Kemp is in for some big trouble. First it was Abrams, now it's Perdue, what could possibly be next... sexual harassment or #MeToo allegations against Kemp??? Poor Kemp seems to be having a bad December.


 

sportage

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Dare cross Trump and.... LOOK OUT!!!!
Richard Nixon had his enemies list but nothing like Trump's hit list.
 

cytg111

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So now we need Kemp to win over Perdue and Stacy to kick Kemps ass.
 

Dave_5k

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Perdue blaming Kemp for the loss of his seat is just *chef's kiss*.
Well, if Perdue had been Governor, Perdue clearly would have "found" the necessary ballots to keep the Republicans in power. Unlike that weakling Kemp who clearly has failed at purging sufficient minority voters.
 
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tweaker2

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That primary battle should provide a lot of LOL's when the eventual loser will claim the vote was rigged and got stolen from him.

Trump should run just for the exposure he'd get as a national figure like he did before. He could still run for prez should he have that election stolen from him too.

If he'd ask me, I'd gladly run that campaign for him. It'd go something like "just lie your ass off every chance you get like you usually do. Worked wonders for ya back in '16 right?."

You all know the eventual winner is going to be the best liar in the bunch. Trump proved that back in '16.
 
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K1052

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Well, if Perdue had been Governor, Perdue clearly would have "found" the necessary ballots to keep the Republicans in power. Unlike that weakling Kemp who clearly has failed at purging sufficient minority voters.
That is of course the implication to their primary voters.
 

MrSquished

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If it wasn't for the voter suppression in Georgia, I would lean that Abrams has a better chance against Purdue, but nowadays since the Republicans continue to disrespect democracy, who knows
 

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Yeah GA is *razor* thin in state elections. Any conflict between GOP candidates just gives Dems a tiny edge.
 
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conehead433

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Trump supporting anyone in Geaorgia will energize the Democrats and Independents to get out and vote. Trump definitely has strong support in rural Georgia but the only way a Republican can win is to suppress the vote, or have the legislature decide that a different candidate actually won, for reasons.
 
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GodisanAtheist

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Not sure if Georgia has an open Primary, but in the event that it does, Dems should make a point to push Kemp into the general just to hedge their bets.
 
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