Regstreekse opdaterings: Loeffler reageer op bewerings van mishandeling in die Warnock-kamp

Regstreekse opdaterings: Loeffler reageer op bewerings van mishandeling in die Warnock-kamp

Sy. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., on Monday described reports of alleged abuse at a camp overseen by Democratic candidate Ds. Raphael Warnock as “diskwalifisering” — nadat een van die slagoffers beraders beskryf het, het hy glo urine op hom gegooi en oornag buite gesluit.

“Dis walglik,” Loeffler in 'n onderhoud met Fox News gesê. “Dit is regtig kommerwekkend, en eerlik moet dit diskwalifiseer.”

Loeffler was reacting to a Washington Free Beacon verslag doen, waarin die 30-jarige Anthony Washington die mishandeling beskryf het wat hy na bewering as 'n 12-jarige in Camp Farthest Out gely het — 'n kamp vir kinders in die middestad waaroor Warnock toesig gehou het in sy rol as senior leraar van die Douglas Memorial Community Church in Maryland.

Byna 2.1 million voters had cast ballots, roughly on pace with the Nov. 3 general election. It’s unclear how the Christmas holiday will affect the pace of balloting. In-person early voting runs as late as Dec. 31 in some counties. Sondagaand, President Donald Trump getwiet that he would visit Georgia on Jan. 4, the eve of the runoff, for a rally in support of Republican David Perdue and Loeffler. –AP contributed

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