/President Trump Rallies for Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia
President Trump Rallies for Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia

President Trump Rallies for Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia


President Trump Rallies for Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia

By Libby Emmons | The Post Millennial

President Donald Trump made a visit to Dalton, Georgia, on the eve of the hotly contested senatorial election in that state. Incumbents Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue were facing off against Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, respectively, and Trump was out to support the two GOP senators.
He slammed Warnock and Ossoff as being radical leftists who want to veer the country toward socialism, are opposed to law enforcement, and don’t share the values of the American people. He said that Ossoff in particular is weak on China, and didn’t disclose his business connections to that communist dictatorship.
“Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are fringe extremists who would wreck everything Georgia patriots hold dear to their hearts,” Trump said.
“The far left want to destroy our country, demolish our history and destroy everything we hold dear,” he said.
“I want a great country, he said, I want these two very special people to be elected, and for those of you who know how screwed we got, we can’t let that happen again, and what happened to us November 3, we’re going to take that back,” Trump said.
“If you don’t go and vote the socialists the Marxists will control our country.”
“If you don’t go and save our country we won’t have a country left,” Trump said.
“The damage that they do will be permanent and irreversible. Nothing and no one will be able to stop them,” he said of the “far left radicals,” a hush falling over the crowd.
“These Senate seats are the last line of defense,” Trump said, encouraging people to go out and vote to save the country from China sympathizing socialists who seek to destroy the United States. Trump said that despite this sentiment he did not concede.
Trump said that he would be campaigning against Georgia Governor Brian Kemp at the end of his term. He said that he would “be here in a year and a half campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state.”
Trump took the stage to chants of “USA” from the crowd, and repeated the claim of his campaign that he had not lost the state of Georgia. He praised Perdue and Loeffler, and impressed on Georgians the importance of their vote in the runoff election on Wednesday.
“Watch what’s going to come out, watch what’s going to be revealed.” He said that people must go out and vote tomorrow, for the good of the nation.
“It will decide which party controls the United States Senate” and said that the Democrats want to wield unchecked power “over every aspect of your lives.”
“We’re going to fight like hell,” he said, “I’ll tell you that right now.”
“When you win in a landslide and you steal it and it’s rigged it’s not acceptable,” he said, decrying a nation being run by “leftwing, socialist, communist, Marxists,” and prompted the crowd to boo the press, which they did.
He derided the media for their lack of reporting on Big Tech censorship. Trump has been fighting Big Tech censorship over the course of his term in office.
Trump said that the Democrats “despise Georgia values” and said there’s “nothing the radical left won’t do to get power, like stealing elections,” and said that he hopes “our great vice president comes though for us.”
He said “we won the largest share of non-white votes of any Republicans in 60 years,” and that they won “18 out of 19 bell weather counties.”
Trump was intent on letting supporters know that he believes fervently that the election should have been decided in his favor but was stolen from him and his administration. As evidence, he touted the gains made by the GOP in the House of Representatives.
“We’re gong to win tomorrow, and we’re going to win it really big, we have to, people have no idea how important that is… you can’t lose these two people… and I really know them well, they are great people, ant they love their state and they love their country.”
He said that the Democrats had stolen the White House and “you can’t let them steal the US Senate.”
When he invited Loeffler on stage, she said that on Jan. 6 she would not vote to certify the election results of the electoral college for Joe Biden.
He said that the “radical left” would turn the country into a communist nation if they win tomorrow. “If they win I’ll get no credit and if you lose they’ll blame Trump,” he joked.
Trump drove a divide between the Trump, MAGA wing of the conservative movement and the establishment Republicans such as Governor Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, and those who oppose his efforts to investigate election fraud.
“The Democrats will surrender the entire US manufacturing industry to China, you notice they never criticize China, right?”
He said that the Democrats would turn the country into a “sanctuary for criminal aliens,” and thanked law enforcement, border control, and ICE for keeping the nation safe. Concerns were raised about drugs, the elimination of private health insurance, and an increase in crime.
Reports on the ground suggested that thousands of people were attending the event, one of the last of Trump’s presidential term.
Georgia’s Senate election on Tuesday will determine the fate of the US Senate. If the Democrats win, the US will veer toward a one-party system, while if the Republicans win, the GOP will maintain control of the Senate. The ticket could be split, in which case Republicans will maintain control of the Senate, by a hair.
Millions of votes have already been cast in the state in early and absentee voting, but the votes cast in person on Wednesday will likely determine the fate of the state and the nation.
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