I’m a cautious “no” on this but am open to persuasion. Some Georgia Republicans (who are no doubt friendly to Loeffler rival Doug Collins) are chattering about it to the media, spooked that the FBI sniffing around the curious timing of her stock sales is going to tar the whole party by association.
And remember, there’s a lot on the line in Georgia this fall. Not just the presidency but both Senate seats will be on the ballot. If Loeffler’s baggage alienates independents, the damage could be catastrophic. Biden could win the White House with an upset in Georgia if he maintains his current leads in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Or, more realistically, Democrats could flip the Senate if they can steal either David Perdue’s seat or Loeffler’s.
It’s weird to think back and remember that Brian Kemp appointed her to Georgia’s vacant Senate seat because of her perceived, er, electability.