Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), an unconditional ally of President Donald Trump, as was to be expected as well as other allies, gave his unconditional support to the administration by condemning the legacy media that gave the victory to the Democratic candidate Joe Biden without having the total of the votes counted, and assured that nothing should be given up yet.

Collins wrote on his Twitter account, “No matter what the media says, this is NOT over. It’s not over until every LEGAL vote is counted. This is America. We, the PEOPLE, decide who is our next president. NOT the media.”

After the legacy and Democratic-like media gave the victory to candidate Biden, even before the final vote count, the criticism by Republicans and conservatives began. 

As reported by Fox News, Collins ran unsuccessfully against his colleague, Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler for a seat in the Georgia Senate. Loeffler will face a runoff against the Democrat, the Rev. Raphael Warnock.

Loeffler was competing against Collins for the conservative vote, however both candidates are positioned as staunch supporters of President Trump.

President Trump himself issued a statement hours before the media announcement that his legal team would oppose the results in court on Monday. He also accused Joe Biden of “rushing to falsely claim to be the winner.”

Trump’s legal team has published a huge number of lawsuits demonstrating election fraud and procedural violations related to the vote count. 

President Trump’s own lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, confirmed that the “fraud” in the Nov. 3 presidential election was “unbelievable.”

“They don’t care about the fraud, it’s unbelievable,” the former New York mayor said November 7, warning, “The votes that Trump brought forward mysteriously disappeared.”

At a press conference on Saturday afternoon, Giuliani anticipated that President Trump’s campaign will launch “a great cause” to denounce the irregularities that were observed in the vote count in various parts of the country. As an example, he said Republican election observers “were deprived of supervision of the mail ballot,” which “generated a lot of skepticism.”

“In Philadelphia they keep the votes of the dead secret,” Giuliani added about the irregularities observed. In the Democratic-ruled state, a foundation reported that there were 21,000 dead people on the voter list.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), was also among those who strongly criticized media projections that favored Biden and said Americans should wait for recounts and legal challenges to be resolved before declaring who will be president. 

“The media do not get to determine who the president is,” Hawley said. ”The people do. When all lawful votes have been counted, recounts finished, and allegations of fraud addressed, we will know who the winner is.”