“We can hold them off” Georgians of 1864 said the same thing to Jefferson Davis about Sherman just before “The March to the Sea”…

November 17, 2020 § Leave a comment

Mr. Purdue also shared concern about demographic changes in the state, according to the details provided to The Times. “We’ve added two and a half million new active voters in Georgia in the last six years,” he said. “They changed dramatically the face of the electorate in Georgia. Many of these new voters are from California, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, and they’re not of the conservative persuasion.” But he said he was confident “we can hold them off.”

Fuck you Purdue. They are Americans. We have a constitution. You took an oath. Fulfill your promise or resign or be removed.

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