Radio host John Fredericks talks to “War Room” host Steve Bannon about the Senate race in Georgia, which could guarantee power-sharing in the Senate between Republicans and Democrats if Herschel Walker wins. But Fredericks says that the GOP has failed miserably in getting early votes out on the first day of voting.
“Going into today, Herschel is behind by, my estimate is, 200,000 votes…. Walker had a a great two days, Monday and Tuesday, so he’s cutting into that deficit, but what really hurt him here is the incompetence of the Republican National Committee. It’s beyond the pale… The Democrats wanted to start early voting here a week ago. The Republicans wanted to start it on Monday… A judge rules in the Democrats’ favor. But the Republicans had no contingency plan, so starting on Wednesday last week, they had a four-day head start. All of the major Democrat counties were open for early voting and none of the Republicans’ were… So [Democrat Sen.] Warnock got this humongous start.”