Perdue Said He Would Not Back McConnell — Until He Did Anyway

May 18, 2020

McConnell’s toxic agenda continues hurting Georgians after Perdue flip-flopped on opposing him

ATLANTA — This week marks the anniversary of Senator David Perdue’s infamous pledge during the 2014 campaign that he would not back Mitch McConnell as GOP leader — a promise he immediately broke after the primary when he pledged to be a “team player” for McConnell instead.

Not only did Perdue has stood by McConnell as leader since his election, but he’s also backed him on key issues including:

Just like his fellow vulnerable Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler — who’s already pledged to stand behind McConnell and Republican leadership “100%” — Perdue has shown since his flip-flop that he’ll always put McConnell first, not Georgians.


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