Democratic Georgia Senate challenger Jon Ossoff speaks to journalists following a rally with the Rev. Rafael Warnock in Atlanta on the first day of early voting for the senate runoff Monday, Dec. 14, 2020. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)

Sonny Perdue, Secretary of Agriculture and former Governor of Georgia, spoke with Jason Chaffetz on The Brian Kilmeade Show about the upcoming Georgia senate runoff election. Sonny believes many people who didn't come out and vote for President Trump will come out to vote for Senators Kelly Loeflfer and David Perdue because they are against the radical agenda of the democrats if Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff win. When asked about President Trump tweeting that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp should resign because he is an obstructionist who refuses to admit he won Georgia, Perdue said while he understands President Trump is frustrated over voting irregularities, it is the secretary of state, not the governor, who is charged by Georgia law with overseeing and managing the integrity of elections.