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Going forward, willing Denslow, NEW York, Georgia's Senator Kelly Loeffler, will be hitting the campaign trail again tomorrow with fellow Georgia Republican and congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene, who's peddled in races. Ropes and baseless Q and on conspiracy theories. The tour is scheduled to appear together in Dallas, Georgia, in the northwest suburbs of Atlanta. Loeffler is locked in a multi candidate election to keep the Senate seat. That Georgia governor Brian Camp appointed her to earlier this year. She's been vying with Congressman Doug Collins for the votes of conservatives in a race. That's likely to go to a January run off if no one gains. The majority. Raphael Warnock, pastor of Atlanta's historic Ebeneezer Baptist Church, is the leading Democratic candidate. Green has a history of both during Q and on a far right conspiracy theory centered on the baseless belief that President Donald Trump is secretly fighting enemies in the so called deep state and a child sex trafficking ring run by Satanic pedophiles and cannibals usually identified his Democrats. In a series of videos. Green also alleges, and Islamic invasion of government offices, claims African American and Hispanic men are held back by gangs and dealing drugs and pushes an anti Semitic conspiracy theory. That billionaire philanthropist George Soros, who is Jewish, collaborated with the Nazis. Green won the Republican nomination for Northwest. Jorge is heavily Republican 14th congressional district seat and became unopposed when the Democrat in the race dropped out. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Sze opponent accused him of failing the country with the lack of another Corona virus relief package, while the Republican incumbent described himself as a powerful advocate for the state of Kentucky, and they hard hitting televised debate on Monday evening, and there first and potentially only debate of the campaign. McConnell and Democratic challenger Amy McGrath sparred over the federal response to the Cova 19 crisis, the Supreme Court nomination fight and the Republican incumbents. Decades long record. Keep your face Daniel witty reports. Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch

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