Trump Will Hold A Rally In Georgia Ahead Of Senate Runoffs

( President Donald Trump is all set to host a rally for Georgia Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler in their bid for re-election in the January 5 Senate runoff election. President Trump will hold a rally on the night of Monday, January 4 – a day before people go to the polls.

“On behalf of two GREAT Senators, @sendavidperdue & @KLoefflr, I will be going to Georgia on Monday night, January 4th., to have a big and wonderful RALLY,” the president tweeted.

“So important for our Country that they win!” he added.

And it is. This Senate runoff election will determine which party controls the Senate. Should the Democrats take both seats, the Senate will be split 50-50, giving Kamala Harris the deciding vote should she become the next vice president.

The rally is being dubbed a “victory rally” by the Republican National Committee, where both Loeffler and Perdue will appear and give speeches.

President Donald Trump previously held a rally in Georgia for the two Republican candidates. On December 5, he told a crowd of thousands that the future of the country was at stake.

“At stake in this election is control of the U.S. Senate and that really means control of this country,” he said. “The voters of Georgia will determine which party runs every committee, writes every piece of legislation, controls every single taxpayer dollar.”

If President Donald Trump is unable to ensure election integrity in the coming week, and stop the inauguration of a president that appears to have been elected off the back of a highly compromised election, then the control of the Senate becomes even more important.

“Very simply, you will decide whether your children will grow up in a socialist country or whether they will grow up in a free country,” the president added. “And I will tell you this, socialist is just the beginning for these people. These people want to go further than socialism. They want to go into a communistic form of government, I have no doubt about it.”

With Georgia inexplicably turning blue in the presidential election…could the Senate runoff election be impacted by the same anomalies in the voting and counting process that the presidential election was?