Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) on Sunday rebuked Rep. Jody HiceJody Brownlow HiceMembers of Congress not running for reelection in 2022 GOP braces for brutal primary in Georgia governor’s election A woke military is no defense at all — why Defense bill in current form must not pass MORE (R-Ga.), his challenger in the upcoming GOP primary, as being “double minded” when it comes to the most recent national elections.

“The person I’m running against, Congressman Hice, he’s been in Congress for several years. He’s never done a single piece of election reform legislation. Then he certified his own race with those same machines, the same ballots and yet for President TrumpDonald TrumpFox News tops ratings for coverage on Jan. 6 anniversary events Sunday shows preview: Congress marks Jan. 6 anniversary; US, Russia to hold talks amid rising tensions Democrats must close the perception gap MORE, he said, you couldn’t trust that,” Raffensperger said while appearing on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

“That’s a double-minded person and as a pastor he should know better. So I’m going to run on integrity and I’m going to run on the truth. I don’t know what he’s going to run on,” he added. 


Raffensperger drew the ire of former President Trump after the 2020 presidential election due to his refusal to overturn the results of the election in favor of Trump. During a phone call in January, Trump threatened Raffensperger and said he wanted him to “find 11,780 votes,” the minimum amount needed to change the outcome.

Despite winning reelection in the 2020 elections, Hice was among the GOP House lawmakers who voted against certifying President BidenJoe BidenAre we investing trillions on what matters? Biden eulogizes Reid as a fighter ‘for the America we all love’ at memorial service Fox News tops ratings for coverage on Jan. 6 anniversary events MORE‘s victory in Georgia.

In March of last year, Trump announced his endorsement of Hice for Georgia Secretary of State, with the representative declining to seek reelection in the Peach State’s 10th Congressional District.

“Unlike the current Georgia Secretary of State, Jody leads out front with integrity,” Trump said in a statement at the time. “I have 100 percent confidence in Jody to fight for free, fair and secure election in Georgia, in line with our beloved U.S. constitution.”

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