This is war! 300 Forsyth County conservatives gear up to fight for Loeffler and Perdue Senate Seats


FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – The tiny Republican Party Headquarters was bursting at the seams Thursday evening until Party Chairman Patrick Bell abandoned the effort to squeeze 300 raucous Republicans into a room designed for maybe 75 and moved the meeting to the Lake Center parking lot.

They came out to voice their support and pledge they will spare no effort to elect Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler in the Jan. 5 runoff election. If Perdue and Loeffler win, the U.S. Senate will maintain control of the Senate.

For Republicans, it is a choice between defending America’s democracy and descending into socialism. It is that simple, they say. and it is a war.

Public Service Commissioner told the crowd, “What is important tonight is that Georgia, Georgia, Georgia will determine the outcome of this election.”

Carter Patterson, a co-chair of the David Perdue campaign said, “The nation has its eyes on us tonight. He encouraged Republicans who have friends living outside the state to contact them and have them call other friends who live in Georgia to get them to vote.

But the harshest rhetoric came from Carolyn Hall Fisher, First Vice Chair of the Georgia GOP, who excoriated the leftist agenda. “This is communism. I don’t care what they tell you. Don’t accept this. They have been wanting to take our freedoms away from us for years. They have wanted to do it and they have done it bit by bit by bit. We will not stand for this anymore. If, after the recount, Joe Biden is declared fair and square President of the United States, we will not unite with communists and socialists. I will not go to my grave having this country as a socialist country.”


Bobby Donnelly called on Republicans to donate to the Loeffler and Perdue campaigns at

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