Georgia Republicans Offer Dire Warning to Americans

"Pre-Debate Sights in Des Moines" (CC BY 2.0) by Phil Roeder

Georgia remains at the forefront of national politics, given the immense impact that their two Senate runoffs will have on the U.S. Congress. Whether or not GOP incumbent Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue hold onto their seats will determine if the Senate stays red or flips blue.

“David Perdue” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

In order for Loeffler and Perdue to continue serving as U.S. senators, getting out the vote in Georgia is going to be imperative. At this time, Democrats from all over the country are pouring millions of dollars into aiding Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock’s campaigns; meanwhile, polls show that both Loeffler and Perdue are deadlocked with their left-wing opponents.
Due to the high-stakes nature of the Georgia Senate run-off races, the Georgia Republican Party has issued a dire warning to voters, per Breitbart News.

The Message from the Georgia Republican Party

In a nutshell, the Georgia GOP is warning that the nation as a whole could fundamentally change if people don’t get out and go vote for Loeffler and Perdue.
In an ad, the Georgia Republican Party showed various clips of Democrats talking about taking America; Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer professes that Democrats will “take Georgia” and “change America.” Then, Stacy Abrams is seen saying that the Democrats’ coalition is comprised of both legal Americans and illegal aliens.

If Democrats had their way, illegal aliens would have voting rights at the drop of a dime. This would also make it virtually impossible for Republicans to win any future elections; hence, keeping the Senate under a GOP majority is deeply imperative.

A Battle Ahead for the Senate Majority

From the looks of things, Republicans will have to fight tooth and nail to keep the Senate under a GOP majority. This means putting out new ads, getting out the vote, reaching out to Independent and Libertarian voters in Georgia, and also much more. Georgians can start early voting on December 14; meanwhile, the final day to vote in these run-offs is January 5, 2021.

Democrats are very, very eager to fill Perdue and Loeffler’s seats with Ossoff and Warnock. This is why reports indicate that Joe Biden will soon visit Georgia to rally support for the state’s Democrat candidates; Biden’s reported visit will come on the heels of Vice President Pence’s time in the Peach State where he campaigned on behalf of Loeffler and Perdue.
Do you believe Georgia voters will heed the warning from their state’s Republican Party? Be sure to share your predictions and thoughts with us in the comments section below!