Late Tuesday night, media outlets began calling the Georgia Senate runoff races, with Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock defeating Senator Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Jon Ossoff closely defeating Senator David Perdue. The Democrat victories tie the Senate 50-50 between the two major parties, with Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris serving as the tiebreaking vote.
The special runoff election ended with conservatives in the minority in the House, a controversial loss to Joe Biden for President, and losing their majority in the Senate, offering the left a new power position to pass damaging big-government legislation in 2021. The wish list of Democrat changes is already in the works as the final Georgia votes are being counted.
What exactly are Democrats most popular bills that are now on the table with their total control of government? Here’s a partial (and terrifying) list of bills they’ll be working on immediately:
-$2k stimulus checks
-Dream Act for illegals
-Voting Rights Act
-State and local funding
-Green New Deal
-Packing the Supreme Court
-Granting statehood to Washington D.C and Puerto Rico
…the list goes on, and on, and on.
However, these Christmas-like wishes leave out numerous behind-the-headlines issues that would destroy the American way of life. Remember that in the first COVID-19 stimulus plan, over one million stimulus checks were sent to dead Americans, with many checks sent to non-Americans. According to the Foundation for Economic Freedom, the expanded unemployment system lost more to fraud alone than the entire system paid out in 2019.
Doesn’t seem very fair or equal, does it? And speaking of equality, the proposed Equality Act is anything but equal, though it is certainly an act. Fundamentally, the legislation seeks to grant the federal privileges given under civil rights statues to those in the LGBTQ community. While all Americans should be treated equally, this action would move far beyond equality and reclassify sexual orientation and gender identity as civil rights issues, despite the vast differences between ethnicity and sexual orientation or gender identity.
The third area on the list, the Dream Act, includes two key provision. First, it would allow certain immigrant students legal status if they attend college or serve in the military. Second, it would provide taxpayer funded in-state tuition to non-citizens. Giving voting rights and taxpayer dollars to non-Americans will help increase the numbers in the Democrat voting pipeline, but doesn’t sound like a dream to most Americans.
But at least Democrats are willing to send every American $2,000, right? But that was only if Trump and Republicans would agree to their 5,000-page omnibus bill that included a NASCAR tax break of up to $224 million, $40 million to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, $505 million to Central American nations, and “only” $25 million for gender equity and democracy programs in Pakistan (Don’t forget, this is where 9/11 mastermind Bin Laden was found hiding out for years.).
2021 America is in the frightening position of leftist leadership and big government spending beyond the level of any past administration. Now is not the time to run and hide, but to stand and move forward to oppose regulations that will hurt Americans and future generations. The battle has been lost, but a new battle has just begun—one to regain control of the nation’s future for true patriotic Americans.