Kelly Loeffler

The Georgia Republican apparently thinks it's a good idea to compare yourself to a conqueror known for brutality.
The Georgia Republican, who co-owns the Atlanta Dream, has publicly objected to the basketball league's support of Black Lives Matter.
Critics pointed out the wealthy GOP senator has not faced any real consequences for her actions beyond some Twitter snark.
The Georgia Republican, co-owner of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream team, is in conflict with the squad's players.
Loeffler, who is co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, wrote a letter objecting to the WNBA's support of Black Lives Matter.
“This was a politically motivated attack shamelessly promoted by the fake news media," an aide to Sen. Kelly Loeffler said.
"I think it’s because people respect our message," Warnock, the senior pastor at the famed Ebenezer Baptist Church, said in an interview.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler faced severe scrutiny after reports revealed that she sold up to $3.1 million in stock as the coronavirus pandemic intensified.
"I think Felicity Huffman should play you in the Lifetime movie," one person tweeted at Sen. Kelly Loeffler.
The Georgia Senator came under fire last month after she and her husband dumped substantial portions of their portfolio after a series of private congressional briefings on the then-burgeoning pandemic.