The State Executive Committee of the Georgia Republican Party adopted a resolution today calling on Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, the Office of the Inspector General of the State of Georgia, and relevant committees in the General Assembly to take action to address the mischaracterizations made by Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs about the call between President Trump and the chief investigator for the Secretary of State, Frances Watson. The resolution, which is below, also mentions the alleged attempt to “destroy the secret recording” that contradicted Fuchs characterization of the call.
As a friend mentioned to me, the Georgia Republican Party’s continued focus on Raffensperger does look bad considering that little is going to change the fact that Trump lost Georgia and Republicans lost both Senate seats. Focusing on Raffensperger does little to win back voters who the Georgia Republican Party lost in 2016, 2018, and 2020. Oh, and by the way, there’s an election next year, and it’s going to be competitive. That said, Raffensperger and Fuchs haven’t done much to help themselves. The lack of accountability is truly stunning.