Biden Stumps for Democrats in Georgia Senate Runoffs

Americans have seen information in the news about Georgia’s ongoing special elections for quite some time now. These runoffs are going to determine if the GOP remains the party in control of the Senate or if Democrats assume this role next month.

Incumbent Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are seeking re-election to Congress. Both GOP senators are traveling across Georgia, encouraging early voting, and campaigning to stop Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff from winning the election.

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Yesterday, Joe Biden traveled down to the Peach State. While in Atlanta, he campaigned with Warnock and Ossoff with the city’s Mayor Keisha Bottoms and liberal activist Stacey Abrams, according to Breitbart News.

A Closer Look at Biden’s Time in Atlanta

The former vice president encouraged attendees of his drive-in rally to vote for Warnock and Ossoff to become Georgia senators. Biden also declared that a win for both Democrats will help “take back our democracy.” He then admitted that he needs the left to control the Senate in order to “get something done” in the White House as president.

While Biden stumped for Warnock and Ossoff, he also took shots at Republicans. The former vice president went after President Trump for challenging the outcome of the 2020 election; shortly thereafter, Biden then hit Perdue and Loeffler, stating that the Georgia senators would only “get in the way” of his plans, should they win re-election.

During Biden’s time in Georgia, he mispronounced Jon Ossoff’s surname. His remarks in Atlanta only highlighted how eager Democrats are to have full congressional control to avoid having to work with Republicans in Washington.

Making a Plan to Vote

Later this week, Vice President Mike Pence will be in Macon and Columbus, Georgia to hold new Defend the Majority rallies. Pence, who has stumped for Perdue and Loeffler in Augusta, Canton, Gainesville, etc., is eager for Georgians to vote in these runoffs.

Making a plan to vote is important for conservatives in the Peach State. Voting is what will furthermore determine whether or not Perdue and Loeffler are sent back to Congress to keep serving in the Senate.

Holding onto the GOP majority is a huge priority for Republicans; this will moreover serve as checks-and-balances against Democrats having total control and not needing to compromise.

What do you think about Joe Biden’s time in Georgia? Do you believe Republicans will manage to block Ossoff and Warnock from winning election to Congress? Let us know down in the comments section below!