Georgia electorates | Romney claims that the Georgia GOP inflicted a self-inflicted damage.

The Utah senator told reporters, “It turns out that telling the voters that the election is rigged is not a terrific method to turn out your voters.

Sen. Mitt Romney, a Republican, said on Wednesday that Republicans appeared to lose two Georgia Senate runoff elections because of efforts by President Donald Trump and others to throw doubt on the results of the election in November.

The senator from Utah, a vocal opponent of Trump, told reporters, “It turns out that telling the folks that the election is rigged is not a fantastic strategy to bring out your voters.”

Other Republicans agree with Romney’s opinion, though most haven’t mentioned him by name out of respect for Trump and his devoted supporters.

Raphael Warnock, an Atlanta pastor, defeated Kelly Loeffler in the Senate runoff election on Tuesday. Fellow Democrat Jon Ossoff is now ahead of incumbent David Perdue by more than 15,000 votes. The latter contest, which is still too close to call, has the potential to give Democrats a Senate majority and unanimity in power. criticized

During a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, Romney also criticized a Republican plan to challenge President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. This plan has the support of more than 100 House members and almost a dozen GOP senators. In a last-ditch effort to prolong his term in office, the outgoing president has supported the objections, which are destined to fail.

Romney added, “I believe the gambit we’re witnessing today is disappointing. “President Trump has disregarded American voters, trampled on the electoral process, and debased the presidency,” the statement reads.

Whether or not they want to hear that, Romney added, Republicans would have to be honest with their supporters.

Republicans have been split up by the failed effort to overturn Biden’s victory, which has further established Trump as the chasm in the party.

Members of the president’s family and other associates have sworn to keep a careful check on who remains devoted to Trump, and the president has hinted that he will continue to be involved in Republican politics, including a potential 2024 presidential bid.

“Their Republican party is no longer this. Donald Trump Jr. remarked, “This is Donald Trump’s Republican party.” On Wednesday, a sizable demonstration took place in Washington, D.C.

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