One of the things that the most recent election cycle has taught us is that it is a lot easier for some people to sacrifice their principles than you would think.
Some folks that you would think would be solid as a rock in their beliefs are turning their backs on whatever they believed in to let the evil among us into power.
Look at how the Presidential election has turned out, with so-called Republicans letting liberals pretty much steal an election. The worst part about it is that you can’t even rely on the judges to be fair anymore.
Superior Court Judge Kimberly Esmond Adams has a ludicrous reason for throwing out a GOP election lawsuit seeking to limit the use of voter drop boxes in Georgia’s January 5 Senate runoffs.
This is just another election-related lawsuit that has been thrown out on procedural grounds, with the judges refusing to even consider the merits of the case or make a ruling regarding the evidence being presented to them.
In the lawsuit, Republicans had argued that access to ballot drop boxes should be limited to the same hours as county election offices, which usually close at 5 p.m. on weekdays.
An attorney for the office of the Georgia Secretary of State argued that the state’s election board approved the drop boxes to be used at all hours.
Whether the Republicans were right or wrong in their lawsuit, the decision not to even rule on the merits of the lawsuit is outrageous.
Incumbent Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are facing tough challenges in the upcoming Senate runoff elections against Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff after none of the candidates received more than 50% of the vote.
Newsmax reported: “While Perdue received only a few thousand votes shy of the 50% threshold, Warnock led Loeffler 33% to 26%. However, Loeffler and fellow Republican Doug Collins, plus four other Republicans in a race with 20 candidates, received a combined 49.3% of the vote compared to about 48.4% for Warnock and the next seven Democrats.”