Kelly Loeffler

Montgomery is part of a group of investors who purchased the Atlanta Dream from Loeffler and co-owners once pressure mounted for the former Georgia Senator to sell her ownership after voicing criticism around the league's social justice initiatives.

The lawyer and voting rights activist appeared on CNN Monday night where she addressed Loeffler's newly formed voter rights organization, Greater Georgia.

If posing with avowed white supremacists wasn't embarrassing enough, Kelly Loeffler is going full throttle to establish relevancy by launching a voter rights organization in the state of Georgia.

Jon Ossoff's and Rev. Raphael Warnock's win guarantee Democrats party control of the Senate where Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will have authority to cast the tie-breaking vote.

On the ballot, voters have the opportunity to change the tide through legislation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, job opportunities, healthcare and social justice.

The notorious photo of Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler smiling with a former Ku Klux Klan leader has brought attention to her ongoing affiliation with and welcomed support from white supremacists.

The news comes after voting rights activists again accused election officials of voter suppression, voicing concerns that lack of accessibility limits access for Black and Latino voters.