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Trump Is Already Spreading Conspiracies Ahead Of Tonight’s Georgia Senate Runoffs

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President Donald Trump, who has been pushing conspiracy theories about why he lost the 2020 Election, took to Twitter on Tuesday to spread more conspiracies ahead of the Senate runoff elections in Georgia.

“Reports are coming out of the 12th Congressional District of Georgia that Dominion Machines are not working in certain Republican Strongholds for over an hour. Ballots are being left in lock boxes, hopefully they count them,” Trump ranted.

The tweet comes as Republicans are desperate to keep their Senate majority after losing the presidency. Incumbent Republican Senate candidates Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are facing off against Democratic rivals Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.

If Democrats can flip both seats in Georgia, they’ll take the Senate with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote.

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