Georgians Warned Against the Perils of Socialism in America

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

In Georgia, there are two very clear and contrasting visions for America in the candidates running for Senate.
GOP incumbent Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are backing limited government, school choice, and other conservative policies. Loeffler and Perdue furthermore back the blue and support lowering taxes, along with rebuilding the economy in a safe and measured fashion.

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

Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, the pair of Democrats looking to unseat the GOP incumbents, have presented a very different vision of America. Warnock and Ossoff are both openly in favor of expanding government, ending private healthcare insurance, and bringing a litany of other socialist policies to fruition. Just a few examples involve defunding the police, raising taxes, and forcing new shutdowns.
Yesterday, Sen. Perdue conversed with America’s Newsroom, warning about the dangers of Democrats’ radical socialist agenda, per Breitbart News.

The Dangers of Bringing Socialism to America

During talks with America’s Newsroom, Perdue explained that he and fellow GOP Sen. Loeffler are working to save the nation from the “aggressive” agenda of the left. Perdue reminded his audience that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer vowed to “change America” should Democrats successfully “take Georgia.”
Moreover, Perdue spoke about the policies of the left that are most dangerous. Aside from packing the Supreme Court with liberal justices, ending the congressional filibuster, and giving statehood to D.C. and Puerto Rico, Democrats have other plans. These plans entail defunding the military and police, giving voting rights to illegal aliens, opening the U.S. borders, and much more.

The Georgia Republican ultimately warned that keeping the Senate red is a “last line of defense” against the radical socialist agenda Democrats seek to usher in. Finally, before Perdue wrapped up with America’s Newsroom, he reiterated that Georgians getting out to vote is absolutely imperative.

According to the Polls

Polls tracking the Georgia special elections show that Republicans and Democrats are exceedingly close to one another. Ultimately, though, the fate of these runoffs will be determined by voter turnout.

Direct contact with voters is a long-renowned strategy for pushing them to the polls. In this area, Perdue and Loeffler appear to have an advantage over Ossoff and Warnock. Just this week, the campaign managers for both Georgia Democrats admitted that their GOP rivals have a current edge on direct voter contact.
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