'Lock him up!': Trump ally attacks Georgia's Republican governor 1

‘Lock him up!’: Trump ally attacks Georgia’s Republican governor

 

President Trump and his allies are repeatedly attacking Republican state officials, including Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, for not overturning the outcome of the election in his favor. CNN's Erin Burnett says the attacks are "doing great harm." #CNN #News

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  1. Trumps only going after Cash getting supporters to help pay his bills so far hes got 117 million sent to his account ,,, WAKE UP PEOPLE!!!!

    1. I think you need to wake up I was a Democrat for the last 12 years I voted for Obama The 1st time then I got smart and I quit voting the ship got so fuckup that I had to vote for trump over Hillary I mean killery

    2. The system is flawed if they are 100 people in a town and they all vote but you recieve 100,000 votes something is off.

  2. So many idiots in this country. So freaking stupid who give him money after losing an election. Lost the popular vote twice and still complains.

    1. I never thought I’d feel such animosity towards people for being stupid but their stupidity has cost people thier lives. 700 people have died from Trump rallies, he makes them sign waivers not to sue when they attend.

      This is the 5th time he’s claimed election fraud (Romney lost to Obama, in Florida state races in 2017, when he lost a primary to Cruz, the popular vote to Clinton, and now) and these people still believe him. Wtf is wrong with them?

  3. Trump has lost 4 times in Georgia. He has proven to be very good at losing. He is milking his supporters to line his pockets. What a weak person he is.

    1. He needs the money for his Legal fees and of course his bills he owes to foreign countries. The many scandals in this W.H. With him and his family is more than Americans are done with this clown and his circus.

  4. These actions are reckless and dangerous if not outright criminal. The president should be a voice of reason, not the drunken uncle pouring gasoline on the fire.

    1. They’re telling people not to vote in hopes of both Dems win they can say that election was fraud too. Reality and logic mean nothing to Trump and his cultists. I feel bad for any decent Republican stuck with him as their figurehead.

    2. A win for democrats to print millions of ballots beforehand, can’t expect more from a brainwashed person watching CNN.

    3. THE GOSPEL MESSAGE

      The God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob. Jesus is his name.
      Jesus died on the cross for ALL our sins.
      If you choose by your own free will to believe that He did that for ALL of us sinners, YOU then shall know that YOU have life eternal in heaven…just BELIEVE ,that IS our faith.

      The word gospel means “good news,” which is the message of forgiveness for sin through the atoning work of Jesus Christ. It is essentially God’s rescue plan of redemption for those who will trust in His divine Son in order to be reconciled to a just and holy God. The essential content of this saving message is clearly laid out for us in the Bible.

      In the apostle Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians, he lays out the content of the gospel message, “Now, brothers and sisters, I want to remind you of the gospel I preached to you, which you received and on which you have taken your stand. By this gospel you are SAVED, if you hold firmly to the word I preached to you. Otherwise, you have believed in vain. For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:1–4).

      In this passage, we see three essential elements of the gospel message. First, the phrase “died for our sins” is very important. As Romans 3:23 tells us, “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” The reality of sin needs to be acknowledged by all who approach the throne of God for salvation. A sinner must acknowledge the hopelessness of his guilt before God in order for forgiveness to take place, and he must understand that the “wages of sin is death” (Romans 6:23). Without this foundational truth, no gospel presentation is complete.

      Second, the person and work of Christ are indispensable components of the gospel. Jesus is both God (Colossians 2:9) and man (John 1:14). Jesus lived the sinless life that we could never live (1 Peter 2:22), and, because of that, He is the only one who could die a substitutionary death for the sinner. Sin against an infinite God requires an infinite sacrifice. Therefore, either man, who is finite, must pay the penalty for an infinite length of time in hell, or the infinite Christ must pay for it once. Jesus went to the cross to pay the debt we owe to God for our sin, and those who are covered by His sacrifice will inherit the kingdom of God as sons of the king (John 1:12).

      Third, the resurrection of Christ is an essential element of the gospel. The resurrection is the proof of the power of God. Only He who created life can resurrect it after death, only He can reverse the hideousness that is death itself, and only He can remove the sting that is death and the victory that is the grave’s (1 Corinthians 15:54–55). Further, unlike all other religions, Christianity alone possesses a Founder who transcends death and who promises that His followers will do the same. All other religions were founded by men and prophets whose end was the grave.

      Finally, Christ offers His salvation as a free gift (Romans 5:15; 6:23), that can only be received by faith, apart from any works or merit on our part (Ephesians 2:8–9). As the apostle Paul tells us, the gospel is “the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile” (Romans 1:16). The same inspired author tells us, “If you declare with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved” (Romans 10:9).

      These, then, are the essential elements of the gospel: the sin of all men, the death of Christ on the cross to pay for those sins, the resurrection of Christ to provide life everlasting for those who follow Him, and the offer of the free gift of salvation to all.

    4. @Ser Rey Just imagine…You turds lost 3 times in Georgia…the election, the hand recount audit, and the requested recount. Your butt must be red raw by now.

  5. Trump has made 150 million selling voter fraud so he isn’t about to stop. If he can make more money destroying the Republican Party he will.

    1. Trump will destroy anything or anyone in an attempt to benefit himself and/or his ego. I don’t understand why so many still support him and they can’t see that he doesn’t give a damn about them.

  6. Don’t we all remember Kemp cheating by removing hundreds of thousands of registered democratic voters in order to faux win? And now Kemp is getting eaten alive by the monster he helped create. I’d call that poetic justice.

  7. How can this be reality? A president of the United States and his followers being so incredibly ridiculous? This seems like a terrible fiction novel, not a piece of history.

    1. The supporters are just following their supreme leader. They are his sheep and he’s just using them. They don’t realize it.

    1. The Chinese workers in Ivanka’s sweatshop just can’t grasp the dimensions of the numbskull who would want to wear it.

  8. That man is so stupid, the ones screaming lock them up are the ones needing locked up. Send Trump to prison.

  9. VOTE BLUE, GEORGIA! DEMOCRACY! if you must fight at the polls, VOTE!

    MY GOD! LOOK AT THIS RED INSANITY, FAILED REPUBLICANISM.

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