Perdue continues his pattern of looking out for himself (and his special interest backers) before anyone else as Loeffler grows even more toxic
ATLANTA — Senator David Perdue just made two big admissions in a newly released interview with the Marietta Daily Journal:
Perdue’s admissions made two things very clear: he’ll always be there for his big business allies — but not for Georgians who need help — and his Senate colleague Kelly Loeffler’s campaign is so toxic that Perdue won’t risk his own vulnerable seat by backing her.
“It’s almost impressive that David Perdue was able to throw Georgia families and Kelly Loeffler under the bus all in the same interview,” said Alex Floyd, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “Perdue will always put wealthy corporations and special interests ahead of struggling Georgia families — but Loeffler’s scandalous self-dealing and conflicts of interest are too toxic even for him.”