Joe Biden is telling Americans he is the President-elect.
Donald Trump is still contesting the election.
And now Joe Biden just got hit with some bad news about his future as President.
No matter who is sworn in as President on January 20, control of the United States Senate is up for grabs with two runoff races in Georgia scheduled for January 5.
If Democrat challengers oust Republican incumbents Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue then the Senate will deadlock 50 to 50.
Should Joe Biden become President then a Vice President Kamala Harris will cast a tie-breaking vote to allow Democrats to eliminate the filibuster, grant amnesty to 20 million illegal aliens, pack the Supreme Court and add new states to create four new permanent Democrat Senate seats.
Democrats haven’t won a runoff election in Georgia since 1992, but Biden allegedly winning Georgia by 12,000 votes and the belief of Donald Trump’s talk about a rigged election depressing GOP turnout will create a pathway for Democrats to win both races.
However, the facts on the ground are telling a different story.
A recent Emerson poll showed both Loeffler and Perdue holding three-point leads over Democrat challengers radical socialists Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.
Political reporter Mark Halperin wrote in his Wide World of News email newsletter that his reporting from multiple sources in Georgia found Emerson’s poll numbers to be an accurate reflection on the state of the race.
“This data reflects about where my best sources suggest the races are now – and, barring some change/intervening event, about where they are most likely to end up,” Halperin wrote.
Republicans turned out more voters in the Senate races on November 3 than Democrats and that fact combined with the number of Democrat ballots that only cast a vote for Joe Biden and no one else—an example of what Trump and his supporters contend is voter fraud—leads many to believe that a lower turnout election will favor Republicans.
In remarks reported by CBS, Cobb County Democratic Party chairwoman Jacquelyn Bettadapur explained to CBS that Democrats were anticipating much lower turnout on January 5 than November 3 and that reality would not work in the Democrats’ favor.
“This election is not a continuation of what happened in November,” Bettadapur told the press. “It’s a complete reset. It’ll have a different character. It’ll have lower turnout, most likely.”
“We always see lower turnouts in runoff elections and in special elections,” Bettadapur continued. “We are primarily interested in just turning out any Democrat who voted in November. That’s our target audience, expecting that we will have closer to 50% turnout than the 70% turnout we had overall in November.”
If form holds and the GOP wins both races and Biden becomes President, then a GOP-run Senate can block his anti-American agenda and radical socialist Cabinet nominees.
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