By contrast, since Election Day Trump has repeatedly attacked the Republican governor of Georgia, the Republican secretary of State and election officials, which have led to threats against them.

Trump’s Georgia rally will remind voters of this, as well as the president’s desperate and doomed effort to get the Senate and House to overturn the results of the election, and his call for his supporters to come to Washington, to intimidate Congress, in ways that many security experts fear could provoke trouble.

The Georgia rally will be all about Trump, complete with attacks against Georgia Republicans, which will anger Biden voters, mobilize Democratic voters, divide and depress Republican voters, confuse public presentations from Loeffler and Perdue, and possibly give Ossoff and Warnock a decisive last-minute boost on Election Day.