The battle to keep America free of radical progressive laws boils down to the results of the upcoming special Senate runoff election in Georgia, to be held on January 5.
According to Fox News, President Donald Trump more than understands the great importance of doing whatever it takes to bolster the two Republican senators fighting for reelection in office, which was made clear in a recent tweet in which he announced he would be leaving the White House to travel to the Peach State to drum up Republican voter excitement.
Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are headed toward the battle of their lives against Democratic challengers Ralph Warnock and Jon Ossoff — two radical leftists who the Democrats need in order to take the U.S. Senate to a 50-50 split, with Vice Presiden-elect Kamala Harris holding tiebreaking power.
On Sunday, Trump made a surprise announcement through Twitter about an upcoming rally he’ll be hosting for the two senators, to be held on January 4 — the eve of the election.
“On behalf of two GREAT Senators, @sendavidperdue & @KLoeffler, I will be going to Georgia on Monday night, January 4th, to have a big and wonderful RALLY. So important for our Country that they win!” Trump wrote.
The announcement means Trump’s second appearance in Georgia to give the candidates a boost, as earlier in December Trump held a similar rally in the city of Valdosta, where he warned his supporters of the dangers of Ossoff and Warnock, claiming the election will decide “whether your children will grow up in a socialist country or free country.”
The upcoming contest will likely be one of the most closely-scrutinized in modern American history, given the turmoil left in the wake of the 2020 election, with virtually half of the country under the impression that widespread voter and ballot fraud took place.
According to the New York Post, over 2 million Georgians have already cast their vote early for the upcoming runoff election. Republicans expect a massive turnout at the polls on January 5, given the hesitation among Republican voters to engage in early voting.