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Monday, January 4, 2021

What Georgians needs to know about what's already happening in Congress this year

If you had nothing to go on other than what's already happening in the U.S. House of Representatives this year, you'd think Democrats had just taken over the majority and had a huge electoral majority to enact sweeping change, starting with its own institution. You'd never guess they've already had the majority, nor that they lost seats only weeks ago in the last election.

The Rules package they've put forward and been voting on this week include a consolidation of power and an acceleration of implementing a far-left agenda. This is before they've really begun introduce and pass radical legislation.

If the Senate goes to the Democrats, that puts Democrats in full control of the top two branches of the federal government. The last time that happened was in 2008 and by early 2010 we had the Affordable Care Act and all of its infringement on religious and personal liberty.

Would Democrats consolidate power in the Senate, too? In the Supreme Court?

We don't want another 2010 nor what could be worse. A Republican-controlled Senate would keep a check on the Biden Administration and the House from having free reign to enact their agenda to “change America.”

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