For The Republic, It All Comes Down to The Georgia Senate Runoffs


OPINION: Should Biden be declared the official winner of the 2020 presidential election, wins in the Georgia Senate runoffs are life or death for everything the Republicans have worked for during Trump’s presidency and the future of the nation as we know it.

The two Georgia Senate seats will be decided in runoff elections that will take place Jan. 5. They pit Democrat Jon Ossoff against Republican Senator David Perdue, and Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock against Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler.

In the event of a Biden presidency, Republican control of the Senate is the only thing keeping the Democrats from having free reign over nearly every aspect of government. It’s the difference between a 52-48 Senate majority for the republicans or a 50-50 even split in which the Vice President, Kamala Harris, would have the tie-breaking vote.

The outcome will also determine whether Mitch McConnell remains Senate majority leader or a new leader is chosen from among the Senators.

Let’s look at all the things that are almost certain to happen should the democrats win both Senate seats in Georgia, which gives us a 50-50 even split, with Kamala Harris as the tie breaker.

In a Biden-win scenario, the Democrats would hold the White House, the House, and have the tie-breaking vote in the Senate.

Do you see problem?

With control of the executive branch, legislative branch and unfettered power to push through their liberal agenda there is no stopping them. The first order of business will be to end the filibuster, effectively depriving conservatives of any chance at preventing a vote.

On top of that, they’ll pack the Supreme Court as promised, and potentially implement term limits, giving them a majority in the judicial branch as well.

They will also support statehood for Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, both of which are majority liberal, thus giving them 4 new Senate seats and a permanent Senate majority. Republicans may never win another election again. And our republic will fall under one-party, totalitarian rule.

Other liberal agenda items such as Medicare for All and the Green New Deal will become reality. They’ll tear down the wall and illegal immigration will go unchecked.

Taxes will rise, and given Joe Biden’s illicit dealings in China, we will likely see our jobs shipped to foreign shores once again.

Given these possibilities, we think the picture of the future of our country becomes quite clear.

The outcome of the runoff election will also determine whether investigations into the Russia hoax, the rampant 2020 voter fraud and the Biden-China-Ukraine fiasco, live or die. Senate Republicans can keep these investigations alive, if they have a majority. Can we let the work President Trump put into exposing the swamp go without finishing the job? Isn’t that why we sent him to Washington? To Make America Great Again, by rooting out the systemic corruption in our government.

And what becomes of President Trump, General Flynn, and other supporters of the Trump administration. Already the left is calling for punishment of those who supported Trump, the addition of people to a ‘list’ of traitors to be lambasted and shunned from ever working in Washington again.

The rabid and corrupt Southern District of New York, is already signaling that it will be waiting from Trump “with handcuffs” if he does not win re-election.

TWP has reported in depth on two coup plots against President Trump currently in the works. The first, involving the use of the White House for campaign duties, in violation of the Hatch Act.

We’ve also detailed in several exclusive stories , the coordinated media effort to tie President Trump and General Flynn to nefarious and illegal activities involving Turkey.

Whether your are staunch conservative or a moderate democrat, there are important reasons to vote for the republican candidates in the runoff races in Georgia.


The future of our Republic depends on a win for the Republican candidates, and securing a majority for the Republican Senate.

Georgia, it’s in your hands now.