In CNS News, Melanie Carter reports Sen. Tom Cotton’s explanation of the importance of winning the Georgia runoff elections. Voters in Georgia are the only thing left between life as Americans know it, and Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer’s promise to “change America,” if his party takes over. Carter writes:
We won because of Donald Trump, who brought millions of new voters into our party – first in 2016 and then even more amazingly again this year, and he did so by changing a lot of Republican orthodoxies, by opposing bad trail deals, by opposing the importation of cheap foreign workers, by standing up to mobs in our streets,” [Sen. Tom Cotton] said.
“That’s the agenda of the Republican Party going forward, and anyone who thinks that we’ll go back to the pre-Trump era of bad trade deals and open borders, they’re just not thinking clearly about things,” the senator said.
Cotton said that “pretty much everything is at stake” in the Senate runoff elections in Georgia “when it comes to the United States Senate and the Democrat’s radical agenda.”
“If the Democrats elect Jon Ossoff, a trust fund socialist, and Raphael Warnock, Jeremiah Wright’s biggest supporter in Georgia, Chuck Schumer will be the majority leader, and your listeners probably heard what Chuck Schumer said.
‘First we take Georgia, and then we change America,’” the senator said.
“They want to pass an amnesty that will grant legal status and ultimately, voting rights to 15 million illegal aliens.
Chuck Schumer and the Democrats want to fundamentally change America.
The Republicans want to protect America.
“It’s also gonna be very important that Georgia voters have a chance to review Kelly Loeffler opponent’s Raphael Warnock’s record.
He is a true radical. It is a widely known secret in Washington that Chuck Schumer and the Democrats didn’t want him as their candidate,” Cotton said.
“Stacy Abrams forced him through though, and it’s because he is so radical. He celebrated Fidel Castro. He has celebrated Jeremiah Wright. He even was arrested for obstruction of justice into an investigation of child abuse at his summer camp.