Endorsement of David Perdue

“Great to see that David Perdue is running for Governor of Georgia. He is a Conservative fighter who isn’t afraid of the Radical Left, and is the only candidate in Georgia who can beat Stacey “The Hoax” Abrams in November. Brian Kemp has failed Georgia. He caved to Stacey Abrams before the 2020 Election and allowed massive Election Fraud to take place. The signing of the Stacey Abrams-backed Consent Decree, so stupidly giving her and the Democrats everything they wanted, was a monumental mistake for not only Georgia, but also for our Nation! 
Kemp has been a very weak Governor—the liberals and RINOs have run all over him on Election Integrity, and more. Most importantly, he can’t win because the MAGA base—which is enormous—will never vote for him. We need strong leaders who will fight, and time is running out! David Perdue will eliminate the Income Tax, secure the Elections, defend the Second Amendment, support our great Farmers, get crime in Atlanta and other places under control, take care of our great Vets, and put parents back in charge of the schools. 
David Perdue and Herschel Walker (who I have already strongly endorsed) will make an unstoppable team for Georgia. Trump supporters will turn out to vote for these great leaders in big numbers. David Perdue has my Complete and Total Endorsement. He will not let you down!”

By Donald J. Trump

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Short Bus Sam


D Chamblin

Are you aware that Kandiss Taylor is the only one who is standing up for you and for election integrity? Everyone else is just talking about it. She is honest and ethical. She is what Georgia needs. All you have to do is google and you will find enough to chill you to the bone on Jones. We need someone who is not a sold out politician. Which is what you were. Kandiss cannot be bought. She is rock solid in her faith and her love for the State of Georgia and this Country.

Dena Hudson

Maybe I don’t understand endorsements, but did you forget you endorsed Jones for governor at rally in Perry, Ga?


Make Georgia Great Again Without Corruption!
Vote David Perdue for Governor!

Johnny Appleseed


Please note the sudden rise of people trying to speak negatively to him.






Last edited 1 year ago by Johnny Appleseed

might have to find a place where Dr. Kandiss Taylor can serve our country. she seems too good.not to, and may cause some division if not addressed.

john schweers

I do not like Perdue, One RINO GA gov is enough. Vernon Jones is the man to back.

Mr. Ree

Love that Trump is literally handing Georgia to Abrams! Kemp would win easily but he didn’t cheat for Trump so he’s out!


Typical Commie-Lib LIAR.
FJB! and YOU!


Buck Fiden

We know this Mr. President it’s time to hammer him

I don’t get it with Purdue, is it for a signature on a lawsuit? Vernon Jones is the one who’s been going to bat for Trump the one that’s been knocking governor Kemps weakness every day. Jones seems for for a GA race and we need Good Black America first SUPPORT. I know he’s running against Kemp but he’s been pushing for election integrity. He’s been in lockstep with America first and Trump since the election. I really just don’t understand what the Hecks going on with this one at all because my money, my heart does not go with Purdue. Research it’s not just me it’s a lot of people go ask them. Not people around you do a Poll President Trump ask your supporters who they like better in Georgia and don’t reveal it learn from it.

Last edited 1 year ago by We know this Mr. President it’s time to hammer him

The RINO base will never vote for loser Perdue.


Dino = Dope Head


well now you support two losers… Good luck!!!!


Criminal Joe is the Loser and so are You!


Keep those conservatives running!!!

Cary Miller

Herschel Walker, God Bless you in your run for office! We need your logic, love and heart in a position where you can effectively serve this Nation.

It is truly Horrendous what these Elections steeling Communist have been able to DESTROY in such a short amount of time. But what is Tragic, is that there are so many that just don’t understand that there inaction is really hurting our chances of rectifying our situation. The future depends on what we do today!
PSA-When someone says to you “Wakeup” give it some thought. Or if you can plainly see “Absurdity”, SHOW YOUR DISGUST!!! STOP LOOKING THE OTHER WAY AND SAYING “IT’S NOT MY PROBLEM”! IT’S EVERYONE’S PROBLEM!

Brian Kemp should not be a free man to run for another office. I believe he is far worse than just a RINO!

We need Voter ID, Signature Matching, Paper Ballots and minimum “IQ” score of at least 51…..no pole watchers needed in Hawaii…🤔


HW or VJ.

Mark Rakow

VOTER ID is considered “a solution in search of a problem” because it has no impact on voter fraud. It discourages voter impersonation, which is exceptionally rare. But in reality, it’s a cheap ploy that helps mask a multi-layered, orchestrated scheme to discourage voting. It does so in at least four separate ways.

As such, Voter ID is a deliberate, dastardly form of voter suppression.

First, Voter ID makes it harder for certain people to vote, people who tend to vote Democratic; what’s more, some Republicans have even said so. Second, it slows down the whole electoral process; by producing needless long lines. Third, it gives local election judges too much power and discretion in accepting, rejecting, or challenging specific voters or ID’s, as they may see fit. Fourth, because Republicans tend to predominate at the state and local level, it gives them the upper hand in selecting and assigning election judges, and in organizing and effecting voter challenges.

If you don’t think it’s a form of voter suppression, all you need do is ask a Republican if it is. The furious, outraged denials make it abundantly clear.

In addition, many legal experts argue that Voter ID violates the Fourth Amendment, which guarantees “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable search” In short, it requires voters to unreasonably “prove,” with their own documents, they’re not about to commit a crime, with no evidence of criminal intent, or that a crime has even taken place. (Full disclosure: I’m an attorney, and this point is relatively easy to prove.)

SIGNATURE MATCHING is also a form of voter suppression, because it, too, slows down the process, and enables election judges to made judgment calls, as they may see fit. It’s very difficult, if not impossible, for any given person to determine conclusively whether two signatures match. Like Voter ID, it probably violates the Fourth Amendment, because a person’s signature is considered an “effect.”

PAPER BALLOTS are used in the vast majority of states, despite the fact that the vast majority of Republicans either don’t know it, or deny knowing it. As such, it helps perpetuate the widespread myth that elections are rigged at the ballot box.

The MINIMUM IQ idea appears to be just a snarky comment. But if it were serious, it would require a Constitutional amendment, because no such barrier currently exists. Passing and ratifying an amendment is a slow, difficult process (passage by both houses of Congress, and ratification by, at least, 36 States) so it’s almost certainly not going to happen.


Another long explanation of crap that means nothing. Anti American communist.



Johnny Appleseed

If you said charging five dollars to vote was voter suppression fine I could see that.

If you said that standing at the voter polls blocking view and kicking out people for asking questions was voter suppression… I could see that.

If you said having to have permission to vote from a higher authority was voter suppression I could see it.

But using an ID to prove who you are… to vote…

Hmmm… it sounds so tyrannical.

It’s no more tyranny than removing the right to travel, force people to get an id, then charge for a right like it’s a privilege…

But dumb shits like you support government over reach.

Put all the pieces together. Use your head. But then again you have been taught what to think instead of how to think.

Voter registration… is okay… and stopping people that are not citizens from voting is okay.

Where are you at about the travel laws…??oh it don’t fit your agenda so it don’t matter.

Every other country in the world has stringent laws about no interference from outsiders in their country….

Why ain’t they racist and tyrannical???

But we take in people and give them a path to citizenship from all walks of life… but we are racist suppressors…

All I can say is…

Go fuck yourself.

Most of the time I don’t want to waste my time on a numbskull like your self because all it does is piss me off you are seriously too blind to hold a cognitive thought after all the damn hard earned money I have spent (wasted) on people to get an education…

Last edited 1 year ago by Johnny Appleseed

Ok, I’m probably going to regret responding, but I have to point out a couple weaknesses in your logic.

To open a checking account at my bank, I need to show ID.

To get a driver’s permit, I need several different forms of ID.

To buy a case of alcohol, I need to show ID.

To buy a pack of cigarettes, I need to show ID.

To apply for a passport, I need to show ID.

(I don’t smoke or drink…just using those as examples.)

Are any of those requirements unfair? Are they discriminatory? Do alcohol and tobacco laws discriminate against poor minorities by forcing them to have ID to buy a product they want? I’ve never heard anyone say so. Yet when it comes to asking people to verify that they are citizens and registered voters before doing something that impacts the future of our country, suddenly it’s racist? That makes no logical sense.

You said, “If you don’t think it’s a form of voter suppression, all you need do is ask a Republican if it is. The furious, outraged denials make it abundantly clear.”

So in other words, a vehement denial of something is obvious proof that the person is guilty? Can you really believe that? Because there is no logic to that whatsoever. Let’s imagine someone says to me, “You kick your cat, don’t you?” My response would probably be an incredulous, indignant “No, of course not!” Following your logic, that means I do kick my cat on a regular basis. In reality, my outrage is because I would never dream of hurting my pet and I can’t believe anyone would accuse me of something so terrible and false.

Either you have already made up your mind that Republicans are racists who want voter suppression, or you know it’s a lie. Either way, it appears there is no way to deny this false accusation to you, because denying it only confirms our alleged guilt. I don’t know what kind of attorney you are, but is that how you treat your clients? When they deny committing a crime, it means they’re guilty? I’m sure you can see the logical fallacy here.

You said, “In addition, many legal experts argue that Voter ID violates the Fourth Amendment, which guarantees “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable search” In short, it requires voters to unreasonably “prove,” with their own documents, they’re not about to commit a crime, with no evidence of criminal intent, or that a crime has even taken place.”

Please refer to my points above. So requiring me to show my ID to make a withdrawal at my bank is unreasonable; the teller is requiring me to prove I’m not trying to rob the bank. Requiring me to show ID to buy a pack of cigarettes is unreasonable; I’m being required to show I’m not breaking the state’s tobacco laws. Again, I don’t follow your logic here.

Given your profession and the rash of pointlessly hateful comments you’ve posted in just the past few days, I really hope you treat people better in real life than you do on here. I’m not referring to the comment I’m replying to; I appreciate that you took the time to lay out your argument, even though I don’t agree with what you said. Civil discussion of opposing views is what America is supposed to be about. So long as people–on both sides–are happy to throw insults at each other like kids on a playground, we will remain a hopelessly divided country, and I think that’s sad.

Cary Miller

YOU ARE CORRECT! It was just a “Snarky” dig at the fact that Hawaii, on average, has the “Lowest IQ In the Nation.” Are you from Hawaii?

Mary Geiger

Republicans, get out there and vote when it’s time. There can be no excuses for not showing up.

R Minoglio

We need strong conservatives. We absolutely must stop Bidens disaster of a bill. Everyone needs to call Senators Manchin and Sinema and tell them to kill the bill. If it passes we as a country are DONE!


kemp helped us to get biden what a damned shame-lets go brandon.

Craig Barrett


Mark Rakow



Stupid Liberal.


Mark, Prize, Dean and Glenn all attend the same High School.

Short Bus Sam

Thank You Brandon!

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Assist us in spreading the word of the 45th president!