Former Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) is still complaining about losing his election during the January runoffs.
Speaking on Fox News Tuesday, the lawmaker claimed proposed legislation making it easier to vote will exacerbate "Democratic-leaning imbalance" in the electorate.
"It will absolutely clear the field for all these Democratic-leaning imbalances that we saw in Georgia," he told Fox News.
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The comment comes just hours after Republican lawyers confessed to the U.S. Supreme Court that the reason they want tighter voting laws is that it's the only way Republicans can win.
"What's the interest of the Arizona RNC here in keeping, say, the out-of-precinct ballot disqualification rules on the books?" asked Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
"Because it puts us at a competitive disadvantage relative to Democrats," said lawyer, Michael Carvin, according to Mother Jones. "Politics is a zero-sum game," he added.