There is no political figure on the scene today who can draw as big a crowd as President Donald Trump, and it’s been that way for years now.
Americans flock to see him enthusiastically because he has managed to build and then remain connected to a growing base of supporters with his pro-American, pro-patriot, pro-Constitution platform.
And look, we all know that this election was stolen from him; based on the reports we’ve seen thus far and some of the witness testimony we’ve heard, there is no doubt in our minds that’s how Democrat Joe Biden is preparing to transition into the White House (though we’ll see how that ultimately turns out).
That said, keeping the Senate from lapsing into Democrat control is now vitally important for the future of our republic; though it’s a slimmer margin than before, the party maintained control of the House this year and if Biden does become president, with a Democrat Senate he’ll get anything passed that his left-wing handlers want.
Our country won’t survive that.
So, all things considered, conservative talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh thinks President Trump should bring his road show to Georgia, to do several campaign events in order to stoke voters there and rally them to turn out for the two incumbent GOP senators, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, as they head to run-off elections Jan. 5.
“I don’t know about you, but I’d kind of like to see President Trump in Georgia. I’d like to see some rallies. I’m not alone in this. We got two Senate seats that are very crucial, the runoffs, Perdue and Loeffler. We gotta get these seats secured. Otherwise, the left is gonna be able to — well, they’re not gonna be stoppable. It’s just gonna be dependent on what they want to do as to how far they go,” he said Monday on his program.
“So, those two Senate races, Perdue, Loeffler, they’re really crucial, and I think Trump is still the Republican Party. He’s still MAGA. He could still go down there and do some rallies and secure those two Senate seats. I don’t mean yesterday or today. But the runoffs, the elections are on [January] the 5th. So, time is of the essence,” he added.
It certainly is. And here’s hoping that the president takes Limbaugh’s excellent advice.
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