Someone Made US Senators Kelly Loeffler & David Perdue Fake Websites & Didn’t Hold Back

The two Georgia senators are still campaigning for a runoff election.
Kelly Loeffler David Perdue Georgia Senate Race

Kelly Loeffler (R) and David Perdue (R) are the two current United States Senators for the state of Georgia.

Each of the senators has an official government website, but someone created fake ones for both of them — and the creator(s) didn’t hold back their opinions.

On Loeffler's fake site, the page includes stories about the senator's response to COVID-19, her relationship with Donald Trump, and even a testimonial meant to look like it was written by Loeffler herself. 

The fake Perdue website is a bit different, featuring a graph of his "knowledge level" in several categories including insider trading, racism, and anti-semitism. 

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Perdue has held his seat as a Georgia senator since 2015, while Loeffler was appointed at the end of 2019 by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to fill a vacant seat.

In the 2020 U.S. Senate Special Election in Georgia, neither Perdue nor Loeffler earned the required 50% plus 1 vote to win the election and hold their seats in office, so the race automatically goes to a runoff on January 5, 2021.

All eyes are on the candidates’ continuing campaign efforts for the runoff election, but it remains to be seen whether the fake websites will impact the races.

At this time, it’s unclear who launched these initiatives or when they were created.