President Trump is not giving up his fight to count every legal vote.
The President maintains that once only all the legal votes are counted, he will defeat Joe Biden.
And now Rush Limbaugh had some surprising advice for Trump on what to do next.
While President Trump is contesting the election results he is still the head of the Republican Party.
Given that nearly 74 million Americans voted for him, President Trump is also the most popular Republican in the country.
And Rush Limbaugh believes the President should put that popularity to good use in Georgia.
Georgia Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are facing radical Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in two runoff elections on January 5.
Republicans hold a 50-48 majority in the Senate heading into the next Congress and these two runoffs will determine if the GOP maintains their majority or the Senate is deadlocked 50 to 50 with the Vice President casting the tie-breaking vote.
“I don’t know about you, but I’d kind of like to see President Trump in Georgia. I’d like to see some rallies. I’m not alone in this. We got two Senate seats that are very crucial, the runoffs, Perdue and Loeffler. We gotta get these seats secured. Otherwise the left is gonna be able to — well, they’re not gonna be stoppable. It’s just gonna be dependent on what they want to do as to how far they go,” Limbaugh began.
Limbaugh believed that President Trump appearing in Georgia for rallies would clinch the two seats of the Republican Party.
“So those two Senate races, Perdue, Loeffler, they’re really crucial, and I think Trump is still the Republican Party. He’s still MAGA. He could still go down there and do some rallies and secure those two Senate seats. I don’t mean yesterday or today. But the runoffs, the elections are on June the 5th. So time is of the essence,” Limbaugh added.
Liberal groups and Hollywood celebrities are pouring money into the Georgia runoffs.
Stacey Abrams and her group Fair Fight Action—who many Trump supporters believe committed massive fraud in Georgia with ballot harvesting in the 2020 election—announced it was spending 2.7 million dollars to make sure Democrats win both runoff races.
There is good reason to believe Senators Loeffler and Perdue will need Donald Trump’s help to win.
Loeffler and Perdue won a little over 100,000 more votes than the Democrats in their respective races on November 3.
But because neither reached the 50 percent threshold there will be a runoff.
Without President Trump on the ballot to drive turnout Loeffler and Perdue will undoubtedly lose votes.
The President showing up in Georgia and holding rallies affirming why it is so important that Perdue and Loeffler win so the GOP controls the Senate if Trump wins a second term could be what pushes the Republicans to victory.
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