Georgia Trump Supporters Protest State’s Handling of 2020 Election

"Students for Trump supporters" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

There’s a lot happening in Georgia right now.

The Peach State is presently home to two senatorial runoff races that will determine the future of Congress in years to come. Likewise, Georgia is also in the middle of recounting its votes for a second time, per a request from the Trump campaign; only this time, there’s an expectation for the recount to involve signature checks on ballots.

“Donald Trump with supporters” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Earlier this month, Georgia officially certified its election results, declaring Biden as the formal winner of the state. Independent attorney Sidney Powell has filed suit in Georgia, while many conservatives in the state are irate with Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, both of whom are Republicans.

On Saturday, Georgia Trump supporters made their frustrations known by demonstrating outside of Raffensperger’s home, Breitbart News confirms.

The Message to Georgia’s Secretary of State

Georgians who voted for President Trump are not at all pleased with the state’s management of this year’s election. From the jump, concerns existed regarding mass mail-in ballots; add to this the barring of GOP poll watchers, ballots secretly counted, swaths of uncounted ballot recently found in multiple counties, etc., and there’s a problem.

Over the weekend, Georgia Trump supporters sent a message to Raffensperger by rallying outside of his residence. This demonstration entailed trucks with pro-Trump flags and signage repeatedly driving across the street where the secretary of state’s home resides.

Organizers of the demonstration didn’t hold back when articulating their purpose. Quite simply, Georgians want their secretary of state to know that he’s being watched and that silence is no more.

Raffensperger on the 2020 Presidential Election

The Georgia secretary of state continues to maintain that Biden fairly won the 2020 presidential election. Furthermore, Raffensperger is dismissing any and all claims of voter fraud, claiming that the certification of Biden’s win in the state is legitimate and will not change.

Across the nation, demonstrations from Trump supporters have popped up, amid unrest regarding this presidential election. Americans who believe in voter fraud want to make their voices heard; however, the overturning of irregularities and fraud is something that will have to happen in the courts.

What do you think about the demonstration by Georgia Trump supporters over the past weekend? Do you believe the Georgia secretary of state is complicit in a cover-up? Let us know in the comments section below!