Kelly Loeffler Thrilled to Have The Endorsement of QAnon Nut Marjorie Greene
Kelly Loeffler was never elected to the United States senate. The wife of Wall St. tycoon Jeffrey Sprecher was placed in her seat following the retirement of Georgia lawmaker Johnny Isakson. And her short term has been fraught with controversy and claims of insider trading.
Loeffler is not only facing off against long-time Republican congressman Doug Collins in a 2020 run-off, she is also going up against popular Democrat Raphael Warnock. And at this point, Loeffler will take all the help should could get. This apparently includes an endorsement from QAnon congressional candidate Marjorie Greene.
Greene formally gave her endorsement during a Thursday morning campaign event in Dallas, Georgia. The conspiracy minded candidate said, “What impressed me with Kelly is I found out that she believes a lot of the same things that I believe. And I found out that she’s actually the most conservative Republican in the race.”
Loeffler returned the compliment by calling Greene, a “much needed voice.” She also compared the candidate’s outsider appeal to that of President Donald Trump.
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“I’ve gotten a lot of work done in Washington already in that regard,” Loeffler continued. And I’m thrilled to know I’ve got a strong, conservative champion that’s going to be fighting right alongside with me.”
Loeffler closed her comments, “What we agree on is that we are fighting socialism. We are promoting conservative values. And I’m not going to stand for attacks on her character because she has stood for American values.”
A Quinnipiac survey released Wednesday showed Loeffler receiving 22% of the Georgia vote. Warnock was leading with 41% and Collins received 20%. If no candidate gets to 50%, there will be a run-off in January featuring the top two vote getters.