"To me this is not about infighting with another Republican member. This is about election integrity period," Hice said at CPAC Sunday.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said Monday that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey were both invited to sit next to representatives of the Chinese Communist Party at his upcoming "cyber forensic election symposium" event.
The Republican governor, who said Trump's electoral demands violated state law, spoke for about 30 seconds before the boos were quiet enough for him to be heard.
"We already know that Brian Kemp is in on it," Lindell said on Friday. "All the stuff Brian Kemp did, I've already done a lot of investigation into him. But we're going into a deeper dive, these two guys."
Kemp defended his position to sign an executive order that would prevent schools from requiring staff and students to wear masks, saying: "We've certainly seen our share of pandemic politics in Georgia."
The Republican state leader said he was "extremely concerned" about the theory being taught in local schools.
The governor plans to have the state opt out of the federal benefits program in June.
Governor Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency as a direct result of the petroleum shortage caused by last week's cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline.
"You cannot have those things you refuse to dream of," the Georgia Democrat said.
The conservative pundit praised the Atlanta-based home improvement giant, amid calls to boycott the company for not taking a stance on Georgia's controversial voting law.
Despite Loeffler's pleas for party "unity," GOP county officials largely voted to censure Raffensperger and Kemp for their failure to help Trump overturn his election loss.
Georgia's new voting rights bill, SB202, was signed into law by Republican Governor Brian Kemp last month and has since been met with pushback from Democrats, corporations, and voting rights activists across the country.
Brian Kemp's approval rating among local Republicans has risen sharply since the bill was signed.
"While the development of multiple safe, highly effective COVID-19 vaccines has been a scientific miracle, the decision to receive the vaccine should be left up to each individual," the governor tweeted.
Trump criticized the state's Republican governor and secretary of state for giving voters too much time to participate in elections.
The Texas governor said he wouldn't seek hosting the All-Star game or any other MLB special events because of the league's opposition to Georgia's new voting laws that prompted moving the 2021 all-star game.
The Georgia Republican governor said that the new law expands voter access and argued other states have more restrictive voting legislation.
"Boycott baseball and all of the woke companies that are interfering with Free and Fair Elections. Are you listening Coke, Delta, and all!" Trump wrote.
Park Cannon's arrest was caught on camera, as she was detained when knocking on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's office door as he signed new voting legislation.
Kemp defended the legislation, saying it makes it "easy to vote by expanding access to the polls and harder to cheat by ensuring the security of the ballot box."
Governor Brian Kemp signed the bill last week after it was passed in the state's Republican-led Legislature.
The Georgia state representative was detained after she knocked on the door of Gov. Brian Kemp's office as he signed a bill tightening voter rules.
Geoff Duncan, a Republican, said members of his party need to say Trump lost "fair and square" if they want to discuss election reforms.
The Republican senator largely defended the election legislation in Georgia, warning instead about Democrats' efforts to pass HR 1.
The Democratic congresswoman criticized Kemp's characterization of Georgia's restrictive new voting legislation on Saturday.
"She'll be doing the job that she was elected to do for her district and the people of Georgia," the state representative's attorney said.
The controversial new law has been widely criticized with President Joe Biden also weighing in on the issue.
Some activists and Democrats have criticised Georgia Senate Bill 202 because they say it will suppress votes, including those of ethnic minorities.
"Neither the Fair Labor Standards Act nor Georgia law require breaks or meal periods be given to workers," the state's Labor Department says on its website.
The Senator compared the peaceful actions of the Georgia state lawmaker with the insurrectionists at the U.S. Capitol.