The Republican Candidate Will Win the GA 6 Congressional Election

I am very confident about Karen Handel winning the 6th Congressional Election in GA on Tuesday. Here are my reasons:

Take this twitter poll that just concluded with 44,954 votes. A liberal with a following of 10,598 snowflakes started the poll. His profile read’s “I’m genderless – does that trigger you? • Otherwise a humanist, designer, writer and technologist.” Dublin City, Ireland

The results speak for themselves.

There is one identical polling company that was used twice on the following dates: May 22nd and June 13th (WXIA-TV/SurveyUSA).

On May 22nd Ossoff was up 7 points (51 to 44).

On June 13th the race was tied (47 to 47).

That means Ossoff lost 7 points in three weeks. What happened during that three weeks? Kathy Griffin and the image of her holding our President’s severed head. The Julius Caesar play aired in Central Park where Caesar’s character is shown to be our President. Comey’s testimony and absolute failure that vindicated our President. Also a very effective 31 second commercial that is being aired daily by the Handel campaign (see below).

Obamacare is a major factor for voters and the situation is bad for Georgia.

From the article linked above:

Blue Cross is the only statewide health insurer in the Georgia exchange, and is the sole exchange offering in 96 of the 159 counties.

Comments from comment section in the article linked above:

1) Blue Cross/Anthem is THE ONLY Ins. Co. left in Georgia that offers Single Payer Plans. Humana left, Aetna split. I was with Humana paying $650/MO. W/$1500 Ded. When they left, Blue Cross offered same exact plan to me for $810/MO. — One difference… they pay for NO prescriptions. So, they now have a monopoly and politicians are afraid to confront them for our sake.

I ask – Why Would ANY Company Leave A SweetHeart Deal Like That.?
Yes they are gangsters, corrupt beyond imagination but they are still in business to make $$. & they are doing that. If they want more money, they just drop Plans & replace them with more expensive ones that cover less. They aren’t stupid. They’re just run of the mill assholes.

2) If Blue Cross exits the exchanges in Georgia Obamacare pretty much dead here. A large part of the state will have no plans to see and only Kaiser and one other insurer will be left. Kaiser is mostly in the Atlanta area and not sure where the other insurer is but I don’t think they are over the entire state. Blue Cross was the only insurer that was in every county.

The most recent poll I referenced above doesn’t even factor the shooting in Alexandria, VA where Republican politicians were the target. Liberals and Democrats have decided to use the incident to cry about gun control. In Georgia, this only helps Karen Handel.

Georgia also has a strict voter Id law

From the article linked above:


Any valid state or federal government issued photo ID, including a free ID Card issued by your county registrar’s office or the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS)
A Georgia Driver’s License, even if expired
Valid employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority or other entity of this state
Valid U.S. passport ID
Valid U.S. military photo ID
Valid tribal photo ID

The Snowflakes decided to try and get paper ballots used instead of the DRE. Please keep in mind that the Georgia Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, is a Republican that has ambitions of running for Governor in 2018.–regional-govt–politics/judge-dismisses-paper-ballot-lawsuit-georgia-6th-district/KDbQb7vQYL87fsnc3hPqoO/

From the article linked above:

“During my time as Secretary of State, I have worked tirelessly to ensure security at the ballot box,” Kemp said. “When this group and Ivy League professors tried to disrupt the 6th District runoff, we fought them in court and won. I applaud the judge for finding what we already know: Our voting machines in Georgia are safe and accurate.”​

Georgia uses touch-screen direct-recording electronic (DRE) voting machines. The state committed to the machines in 2002 when it last overhauled its elections system. At the same time, it eliminated a paper trail of recorded votes. Cybersecurity experts who testified at the hearing said one way Georgia could mitigate concerns about the machines is by having some sort of paper trail that voters could verify as being correct.

Folks we aren’t losing!


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