The fate of who controls the U.S. Senate rests in the hands of Georgia voters, as a special runoff between two incumbent Republicans and two heavily-supported Democratic candidates will take place on January 5 and ultimately decide in which direction America moves in the upcoming session of Congress.
According to Fox News, though President Donald Trump is still waging a number of legal battles to prove allegations of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election, he took a highly-anticipated trip to Georgia on Saturday where he held a powerful rally to lend his support to Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
The president held absolutely nothing back in his dire warning to Republican voters in The Peach State, telling them that Loeffler and Perdue are the last lines of defense against the Democrats’ and their fantasy of pushing radical, progressive policies through Congress in the next session, should they win.
“Very simply, you will decide whether your children will grow up in a socialist country or free country. Socialism is just the beginning for these people. They want to go into a communistic form of government,” Trump told the roaring crowd.
Trump hit Democrat challengers Jon Ossoff and Rev. Ralph Warnock hard, calling them the “two most extreme, far-left, liberal candidates in history.”
The president also didn’t hold back on his thoughts about the 2020 election, continuing to call it “rigged” while placing heavy blame on Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp for not doing enough to sort out what the Trump administration believes was rampant election fraud that took place in the traditionally-red state.
“Your governor could stop it very easily, if he knew what the hell he was doing,” Trump told the crowd while accusing Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger of being scared of former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
Not surprisingly, a bulk of the mainstream media slammed the president for spewing “misinformation.” The Associated Press joined in on the criticism by pointing out that “thousands of largely maskless supporters” attended the rally.
America will have to wait roughly a month for the special Georgia runoff elections, but Trump’s appearance on Saturday was nothing less than a solid booster shot to keep Georgia Republican voters fired up and excited to do their part to save America.