(PatrioticPost.com)- On Wednesday June 16, former Georgia Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler met with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell sparking even more speculation that she plans to lose another election against Raphael Warnock in 2022.
Loeffler, however, claimed the meeting with McConnell was about “updating the leader on the situation in Georgia.”
When asked if she was considering taking another run at her old Senate seat, Loeffler admitted that she hasn’t ruled it out.
After former Congressman Doug Collins announced he would not run in the Republican primary, several other Republicans have thrown their hat into the ring. Most notably among them is Georgia Agriculture Secretary Gary Black who announced his candidacy in early June.
President Trump, meanwhile, has been urging former NFL star Herschel Walker to make a run for Warnock’s seat. Walker, a former University of Georgia running back and Heisman trophy winner, currently resides in Texas.
In the January 5 run-off, Warnock narrowly defeated Loeffler by a slim 2 points. Though Warnock was not elected to a full six-year term as Loeffler was completing the term of retiring Senator Johnny Isakson. Isakson’s term, is up in 2022.
Naturally there is a great deal of eagerness to make Warnock a 2-year Senator and regain the seat for the Republicans – especially after the embarrassing loss of Loeffler in January’s run-off election.
In addition to Gary Black, military veterans Kelvin King and Latham Saddler are also running in the Republican primary.
After her loss to Warnock, Loeffler launched Greater Georgia – an organization serving as a counter to Stacey Abrams’ corrupt “Fair Fight” voting “rights” organization.
In early June, Loeffler traveled to Bedminster, New Jersey to meet with former President Trump, no doubt hoping to secure his support should she choose to run again.
Many Georgia Republicans would prefer to run a fresh face against Warnock in 2022. However, Loeffler’s previous supporters tout her “deep pockets” and believe she is best positioned to win in the Midterms.
Her loss in January begs to differ.