The fate of the country is resting in the hands of the Georgia Senate runoff elections, according to Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., who said Democratic Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock has failed to uphold the values of his home state.
“The things that he’s been spatting down here are not consistent with Georgia values,” Collins told “Hannity,” before taking a shot at the other Democrat in the state’s runoffs. “Jon Ossoff is just an unknown candidate who has too many ties to the Chinese Communist Party and the liberal left.”
Warnock is trying to unseat Sen. Kelly Loeffler, while Ossoff is trying to oust Sen. David Perdue.
Collins, a former pastor, said he’s not sure Georgians will align with Warnock’s identity as a pro-choice theologian.
Collins expressed that since the results on Jan. 5 will be leaving a lot at stake for both parties, the races aren’t only concerning the state of Georgia, but the entire country.
Republican candidates Loeffler and Perdue will continue a conservative curve in the Senate, Collins gesê, terwyl “radical liberals” Warnock and Ossoff have been disconnected from Georgia’s needs, het hy betoog.
“This is a big-time election and it’s got to be carried out,” hy het gesê.
For their part, Warnock and Ossoff have made similar claims that Loeffler and Perdue are wrong for the state and the country.
Regarding claims of Ossoff’s ties to China’s Communist Party, his campaign noted Ossoff earlier received “rondom $ 1,000” from a media conglomerate linked to China’s Communist Party regarding the airings of a documentary from his film company. The campaign has denounced GOP claims of China ties as a smear campaign.
Collins urged all voters, especially Republicans, to show up and vote. He warned conservatives to “not allow the Democrats to outwork you.”
He concluded, “If you’re a Trump voter in Georgia, you have an obligation to get out and vote for Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue,” hy het gesê.