Georgia Republican censured for 'fecklessness' because he didn't go along with Trump's 'Big Lie': report
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. (Screenshot/CNN)

Trump supporters are continuing to lash out at Republicans who did not go along with the former president's delusions about election fraud.

"Republican delegates at the Georgia GOP State Convention voted to censure Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for his role in certifying the 2020 election results where Joe Biden narrowly defeated Donald Trump in the presidential election," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Saturday. "Some attendees unsuccessfully attempted to amend the resolution calling on Raffensperger to resign and banning him from qualifying as a Republican candidate in any future elections."

Raffensperger was one of three statewide elected Republicans mentioned in the resolution.

"The fecklessness and failures of Secretary Raffensperger were enabled by the actions and inactions by others such as Lt. Governor Duncan, who denied that there was election fraud and punished Georgia Republican State Senators who asked for election audits (and) Attorney General Carr, who allowed his office to file an amicus brief opposing the lawsuit asking for inspection of the Fulton County absentee ballots," the resolution reads.

The censure occurred even though Raffensperger backed the GOP's voter suppression bill that was so controversial Major League Baseball moved the All-Star Game to Colorado as part of boycotts of the Peach State.