New York, NY – Over the weekend, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) made campaign stops in Georgia in light of the two runoff elections that will take place there. The two Senate seats in Georgia are of critical importance to both Democrats and Republicans, given the battle for power.
We expect both parties to pull out all the stops, as who wins these seats wins control of the Senate. The fact Schumer was in Georgia is not surprising, but his comments are what should be concerning.
In the campaign stop, Schumer made comments about how Democrats wanted to win the state of Georgia. He then said the mission was not to serve Americans but rather to change the world. You can see his comments below.
“Now we take Georgia, then we change the world,” Chuck Schumer via @StatusCoup pic.twitter.com/JMtGPzgZUH
— Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) November 7, 2020
Schumer and the Democrats are not focused on how to better serve the American people. They are committed to world power and takeover, it seems. They are more interested in how they can establish socialism around the world.
Republicans seized the opportunity and immediately began running ads on the statements. The GOP is sharing with Georgia residents that they are the last line of defense against socialism.
The Georgia runoff election is scheduled for January 5th. Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler both seek reelection in what will be a heated battle garnering much national attention.
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