Georgia Republicans Reiterate Need to Stop Socialism as Runoffs Wind Down

"President Trump and the First Lady Depar" (Public Domain) by The White House

The direction of government over the next two years will be largely impacted by the outcome of Georgia’s Senate runoff elections. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, the two Republican incumbents seeking congressional re-election, are fighting to hold onto their seats in the Senate and thus maintain the current GOP majority.

All four candidates in the race have precisely seven days left to make their cases; likewise, Georgians have two more days left of early voting. Then, those who have not yet cast their ballots will have a chance to go to the polls on January 5.

“Voting” (CC BY 2.0) by Jason Riedy

This morning, GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler discussed the importance of herself and Perdue winning these races. Loeffler, as confirmed by Breitbart News, explained that she and Perdue serve as the firewall against a socialist takeover of the United States.

The Firewall to a Socialist Takeover of America

While speaking about the runoff elections with Fox & Friends, Loeffler described Georgia as the “firewall” of protection against socialism. The Georgia senator also explained that the future of America hinges upon whether or not Republicans manage to keep the Senate under their party’s control.

Loeffler then mentioned the very public admission of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s interest in “taking Georgia” and then “changing America.” After making this note, Loeffler stated that Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock would be nothing more than Schumer’s change agents and rubber stamps in the Senate.

Like Perdue, Loeffler has been traveling across Georgia, engaging in direct voter contact, and urging residents of the state to get out and vote. The Republican senator urged Georgians to make their voices heard before reminding everyone that Trump will be in Georgia on January 4 to rally for both GOP senators one last time.

Outreach to Georgians

Political analyses have shown that direct outreach to voters is critical at this stage of the Georgia runoffs. Perdue and Loeffler have been doing this and continue their direct contact with voters across Georgia.

Meanwhile, their opponents Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are struggling with this. Yesterday, campaign managers for both Democrats revealed in a memo that the GOP spending and outreach to Georgians is now a source of concern.

Do you agree that Georgia is the firewall against socialism taking over the United States? What do you think about Loeffler and Perdue’s outreach and direct contact with Georgia voters? Let us know in the comments area below.