The future of America will be decided today as people clamor to vote in the runoff election held in Georgia. The Democrats are on the verge of gaining control in the Senate, which means they would own all of Washington. On the other end, you have the Republicans trying their best to keep what power they do have while energizing a voter base that is slowly turning away from politics. Hoping to keep the patriot spirit alive, President Trump attended a rally in Georgia to tell residents just what is at stake.

Since the 2020 election, the Democrats have been parading around Washington, making false promises about what America will look like once they win the runoff election. Over the past few weeks, you have read articles about proposed laws and mandates. Not to mention, even Biden says the worst of COVID-19 is still in front of us. But all of that is just the tip of the iceberg according to Donald Trump.

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During his most recent rally, Trump told local residents, “They’ll make Washington, DC, and other liberal places the 51st, 52nd, 53rd states of the union, guaranteeing the radical left a permanent majority of the U.S. Senate and the House, and the electoral college. It will make it really a one-party country and the party will be the wrong party.”

That is why the Republicans are fighting so hard. The Democrats learned that they could just steal the election as they did in 2020. It doesn’t matter about votes anymore when the system is rigged. That is one reason why so many voters are turning away from politics.

But now isn’t the time to turn and hide. The Democrats want the voters to do that so there will be nobody to challenge them. Even the President is having a hard time fighting the system as he told the crowd, “They will pack the Supreme Court with crazed extremists, and I’m not happy with the Supreme Court. They are not stepping up to the plate … They’re not stepping up. How about that? We don’t have … look at the Supreme Court. President of the United States, I want to file suit … and they said, “Sir, you can’t. You really can’t do that.” Why? So, they have legal reasons. Complex legal reasons. It’s wrong. If you’re the president of the United States and you get defrauded out of an election, you should be able to file a suit. But we can’t do that. They say, “Sir, you don’t have standing.”

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The runoff election is more than a local race between the Democrats and Republicans. It is a battle for the heart of America. The Democrats want full control while the Republicans want the freedoms that were promised to all Americans. Only time will tell which side will prevail as people cast their final votes today.