The election is over and Joe Biden has won. Only Trump and his devoted ass kissers keep clinging onto conspiracy theories of massive voter fraud and candidate-flipping of Dominion voting machines.
I’m sure that good and well meaning Americans like Bill Daniels and Dan Man will keep insisting the election was stolen from Trump, and they will continue to do so from the grave.
But Attorney General Bill Barr, who has resigned because he got fed up with Trump’s delusions, has stated the DOJ found no evidence of massive voter fraud that would have changed the outcome of the election. Geraldo Rivera, a longtime supporter and friend of Trump, has advised the President to concede and make a graceful exit.
And on Tuesday, Mitch McConnell declared “As of this morning our country has officially a president-elect and a vice president-elect … The Electoral College has spoken. So today I want to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden.”
While the election is officially over, there is still much work for Republicans to do. January 5 will be one of the most critical days in American history. On that day the voters of Georgia will determine whether or not the US will be inundated by a radical-left tsunami.
The runoff election between Georgia’s two Republican senators and their Democratic opponents will determine who controls the US Senate. Republicans need to win at least one seat to maintain their majority. The Democrats need to win both seats to split the senate 50-50, in which case VP Kamala Harris will cast the deciding vote when there is a tie vote on any issue.
Early voting started Monday with a very heavy turnout, especially by black voters.
Incumbent Senator Kelly Loeffler is opposed by Rev. Raphael Warnock, the senior pastor of Atlanta’s
And just today, McConnell saidare getting “hammered” because Congress has failed to pass a new COVID-19 relief package.