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    Schumer Celebrates, Anticipates Senate Control: “Now we take Georgia, then we change the world”

    Schumer Celebrates, Anticipates Senate Control: “Now we take Georgia, then we change the world”

    After Biden Proclaimed President-Elect and Democrats retain the House, if Democrats win both Georgia Senate Runoffs, they will control the Senate and all of federal government, allowing them to ram through a far leftist agenda.
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    I am still digesting the “news” that deep red Georgia suddenly turned blue for Joe Biden, after rejecting Obama who had genuine momentum and enthusiasm in ’08—not to mention the historic nature of being the first black president—and after voting for smarmy Mittens McRomneyCare over Obama in 2012.  President Trump, of course, won the state in 2016.

    It is against this backdrop that we consider the upcoming Georgia U.S. Senate special elections in January, elections that will determine the majority in the U.S. Senate.

    As of this writing, both of Georgia’s U.S. Senate seats will be, theoretically anyway, up for grabs in January.

    NPR reports:

    Control of the Senate may hinge on Georgia’s two runoff races in January as no candidate in either contest has reached a required 50% threshold in votes to win outright.

    That means Georgia, which is also still counting ballots in a neck-and-neck presidential race expected to go to a recount, is shaping up to be ground zero for whether Congress will be divided again next year.

    “All eyes will be on Georgia for the next two months,” Emory University political science professor Andra Gillespie said. “There will be record spending, unprecedented campaigning and tons of mudslinging in these races — more than what we’re used to seeing.”

    Currently, Republicans hold a 53-47 majority in the U.S. Senate. With several races undecided, Democrats have gained one new seat in the Senate but would need two more for a 50-50 split. Then, if Joe Biden wins the White House, Kamala Harris as vice president would cast tiebreaking votes in the chamber.

    Democrats need the Senate in order to get their “fundamental transformation” of America back on track.

    After what we’ve seen this week, it seems naive to imagine they won’t get it . . . by any means necessary.

    The gloating has already begun.


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    Obama brought Chicago politics and corruption nationwide.

    I know several of these blue hellholes had it as well for a long time. But it was Chicago style that was elevated with the election of Obama.

    alaskabob | November 7, 2020 at 11:27 pm

    Remember when Schumer told Trump you don’t dis the intelligence community… and we have Clapper and Brennen. And now HAMR and Scorecard type programs with CIA fingerprints? I remember Rush wondering if the CIA intentionally misled Bush on Iraq. Glenn Beck talking about the Color Revolution techniques of .. the CIA. Hum…

    I share Fuzzy’s negative perspective, with two observations.

    The turnout will absolutely not be as high as for the general election, no matter how much money is spent. That means the numerical amount of fraud goes further if the total vote is lower.

    On the other hand, much of the fraud is probably around voting that is not in person, of which there was a ton for the general election. Will there be the same opportunity in these runoffs, with both a shorter time frame and the holidays coming up?

    lduimstra | November 8, 2020 at 3:54 am

    It might be a good time to reread The Liberty Amendmenys by Mark Levin.

    Massinsanity | November 8, 2020 at 8:27 am

    I have been writing in these comment sections since Thursday morning, when it became apparent that we were headed for 2 run-offs in GA, about the widely accepted misconception that the Senate is safe and that we will have divided government.

    I believe there is still some risk in NC that the Tillis race could shift but remain hopeful that the gap there is large enough such that we will only need one win in GA.

    GA is controlled by Republicans. The question I have is can the legislature reset the rules for the run-off vote? If yes, then they must do the following on Monday. 1. Mail in votes must be received by election day. Everyone knows the date of the election, there are almost 2 months to prepare so make a plan to get your vote in by election day. Any ballot received post election day should not be counted, period. 2. Mail in votes should be counted first and released on election day as soon as the polls close. 3. All election results must be tallied within 12 hours of the polls closing. If that means the Secretary of State sending an army of workers to the cities then do it. This trickle in vote process lasting days must stop starting here. GA needs to run an election like FL.

    Further, national Republicans must get behind the GA candidates now. With time and money. There is no time to waste. I fear the glow of the Biden win will result in an enthusiasm gap in the state with highly motived Dems getting their votes out while Republicans stew in the Trump loss and suspected voter fraud.

    Finally, I know this won’t be popular, but the Presidential election is over, we all need to move past it and focus on GA. The MSM will do everything in its collective power to discourage Republicans in GA from voting. We have to counter that. Here is the reality, MI is gone, WI is gone and PA is gone. I suspect Trump will end up winning AZ and GA but its not enough.

    Focus on GA to stop the most radical aspects of the Harris administration.

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