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Kelly Loeffler said "Yes, we Klan'' at a rally.

Kelly Loeffler did not reference the Klan at any point in her recent election rally in Georgia.

Kelly Loeffler did not reference the Klan at any point in her recent election rally in Georgia.President Donald Trump and his aides had organized a rally at Dalton in Georgia, supporting his Republican senators, Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.

Several social media users tweeted that Loeffler had ended her speech by saying ‘Yes, we Klan.’ Upon analyzing the video, we found that she did not mention anything about the Klan in her entire speech.

Previously she was seen photographed with the known white supremacist Chester Doles, but she had said that she had no idea about the person in the picture and would have kicked him out immediately had she have known this.

From the evidence we've seen, the claim Loeffler did not end her speech by saying 'yes, we can Klan' is false.

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