Rasmussen's latest Georgia poll, highlights some glaring problems.
56% of voters in Georgia know that Trumps prosecution by Fani Willis is because of politics.
53% of Georgia want GA legislature to stop Fani Willis from prosecuting Trump.
51% want Fani Willis to face an investigation.
A whopping 62% believe the 2020 election was rigged.
55% are concerned that cheating will happen in the 2024 election.
Meanwhile most legislators are avoiding discussion of Fani Willis' bizarre indictments, many simply saying "We don't have the votes."
Citizens across Georgia say they hear this and ask why these same legislators aren't speaking out, taking a position and working to GET the votes?
In many cases House Reps and Senators are now reportedly avoiding appearing in front of their constituents for fear of having just such questions posed in an open forum. Where they are appearing questions are often pre-selected in writing before the event and not accepted live those in attendance.
Many say that legislators have a tough surprise coming as they prepare to seek re-electioon. The public's memory has become quite acute and the response (or lack of response) from elected officials will be remembered and, in many cases, deemed to be abdication of their responsibility to their constituents.