If the Republicans do not retain control of the Senate after the double runoff on Tuesday Elections in Georgia, The political division in the United States will turn from a “cold civil war” to a “large-scale hot conflict,” MP. Chip Roy, R TexasWarned on Monday.
Roy said, “If we have a democratically controlled Senate, we are now in a hot, large-scale conflict in this country, while we are now in a cold civil war.”Tucker Carlson tonight. “
“We have a big problem where the American people, the ordinary people out there who work every day, the hardworking Americans, are being run over by a system that is being rigged against them,” Roy said.
Georgia Republican Senators David Purdue and Kelly Loeffler face fierce challenges from Democrats John Usoff and Raphael Warnock, respectively. With polls showing close races in both competitions, runoffs attracted hundreds of millions in spending. If the Democrats win both contests, they will control the Senate for at least the first two years of President-elect Joe Biden’s administration.
Roy emphasized, “This is what is at stake.” “People need to show up tomorrow to keep the line.”
Roy acknowledged that Republican voters in Peach State are “angry at the big government and at the big tech companies and the corporations that are trampling around small businesses,” [and] Local governments shutting down small businesses and disabling them. “
At the same time, he added, “They have seen problems with elections that diminish their faith in elections that are important to democracy and our country.”
But Roy repeated, “If the American people don’t show up in Georgia and make sure we hold the Senate in Republican hands … [Democrats] Close it forever. “