Loeffler and Collins’ “nasty GOP fight” kicks into high gear as Washington Republicans panic over a contest that “jeopardized the party’s chances to hold onto two GOP seats”
ATLANTA — While national Republicans are attempting to “suffocate any Republican opposition” to “political mega-donor” and temporary senator Kelly Loeffler, the unelected senator is still struggling to define herself to voters and “willing to spend whatever it takes” to buy herself a Senate seat outright. Meanwhile, top Trump ally Congressman Doug Collins has continued his attacks on Loeffler as a “pretend farmer” amid news that Loeffler doesn’t even have a hunting license in Georgia — just days after posing as a hunter in a new ad.
With the Collins campaign now dismissing his own party’s chaos as a “Potomac panic polka” while Washington Republicans slam Collins as a “swamp creature,” it’s becoming clear just how much this “nasty GOP fight” that “left many Republicans stunned” has “jeopardized the party’s chances” in the Peach State.
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