Conservative pundit and constitutional expert Mark Levin appealed to Georgia Republican voters to show up en masse to support incumbent GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue during his Fox News program on Saturday.
“You are our last line of defense when it comes to the United States Senate,” Levin said during his program, “Life, Liberty, and Levin.”
Noting that should the GOP incumbents lose both races Democrats will effectively control the 50-50 chamber, Levin said the far left would then set the country’s agenda and it would a disaster for our republic.
“If you have any inclination to sit at home [and not vote], you’d better stand the hell up,” he implored Georgia’s GOP voters.
“We’re not asking you to go to war,” the syndicated radio host continued. “We’re not asking you to put your lives on the line. We have brave young men and women who do that every single day. We are asking you to vote, not just for Georgia, but for the rest of us.”
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One race that will be settled Tuesday pits Republican Sen. David Perdue against Democrat Jon Ossoff. The other contest matches GOP incumbent Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock. Polls indicate that both races are extremely close.
“Whether you like these Republican candidates or not, it doesn’t matter,” Levin continued, adding he would gladly “vote for an orange juice can over these radical, left-wing kooks.”
He described Warnock as “an anti-Semite” and “a race-baiter who clearly hates this country,” while labeling Ossoff a “kook” and “a trust-fund candidate.”
“[Ossoff is] 33 years old, he’s looking to run for offices, his financial activities with communist China he will not reveal. … Do we have to wait until after the election to find this stuff out?” Levin said.
He also circled back to Democrat Joe Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, who are campaigning on behalf of Warnock, who he emphasized “has said outrageous things about Jews and the state of Israel.”
“They’re campaigning for him because the Democrat Party has an anti-Semitism problem,” said Levin. “But they don’t want to recognize it and, of course, the papers are going to defend him.”
If Democrats pick up these Senate seats – and logically, based on the Nov. 3 results they shouldn’t (plus, it’s real red Georgia) – the country won’t look anything like our founders expected it to look in two years when the next elections are scheduled.