National Must win US Senate Races (list of 7 who need our help)

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...the last time wewere going to “lose our butts to socialism”?

If the Biden wins, and we don't keep the 2 Georgia Senate seats on January 5, 2021 these mostly-anti-gun bills stand an excellent chance to become law: :(



Here is the socialism you referred to; 553 bills already introduced in the house - take a quick read at some of the bill titles:




Support these two pro-2A senators if you can to stop the POGC from taking away your rights - they will both be tight races:


Senator Perdue:




Senator Perdue is pro-2A: :)



Senator Loeffler:



Senator Loeffler is pro-2A: :)



Election info:



ETA: Anti-gunners will chime in and tell you "Loeffler is rich - why give her money". She has a net worth per Wikipedia of $165 million, but that may be lower now because she spent tens of millions on the 2020 primary election. Perdue is only worth about $15 million per Wikipedia. Rich compared to most of us, but there may be $1 BILLION spent on these races so even "rich" folks will need hundreds of millions of dollars more than they have to be competitive. The antis are full of it. ;)

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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/g...n-political-spending-analysts-say-11605213481


 
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I just donated to Senator Loeffler, Senator Perdue, and President Trump. We are under attack by leftist billionaire extremists who want to take away our rights and destroy our nation; this is not the time to be complacent.

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BIG win for Trump today in a Pennsylvania federal court. Finally got an opinion from a conservative Republican judge. You can read it here: https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.pamd.127057/gov.uscourts.pamd.127057.202.0_1.pdf
Thanks for the link. That was not a win for Trump - the judge dismissed the case with prejudice. :( Maybe it can be appealed - I don't know.
Bottom line: this makes it doubly important to win in Georgia. ;) See links to donate posted below.

The judge was a Republican, but appointed by Obama, to replace Judge Thomas Vanaskie who was appointed by Clinton.

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Brann has been involved in other presidential election controversies. Here's one example of what he said about a 2012 Presidential election controversy:

" “There’s a real debate in the party about this, about whether Sen. Pileggi’s bill should be adopted or not,” said Matthew Brann, chairman of the Northeast Central Caucus. “If we’re a state in play, with 20 electoral votes, then I think we probably shouldn’t do it. If we are not, then there is a case to be made for doing this.” "

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He seems to have a fear of interference in the electoral process. Based on the threats Trump's law firms received in Pennsylvania (causing them to quit) and the threats made to ballot canvassers in Michigan (causing them to reverse their decision to not certify the election), he may have been told (or just intuitively knows) it would not be healthy to interfere. Can you imagine the security you'd need if you made the decision that ultimately gave the election to Orange Man Bad? He'd have to move to the moon. ;)

Double down on winning Georgia:

Loeffler - donate here:



Perdue - donate here:

 

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I just donated to Senator Loeffler, Senator Perdue, and President Trump. We are under attack by leftist billionaire extremists who want to take away our rights and destroy our nation; this is not the time to be complacent.

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It appears she may have the vid, hope she doesn't get laid up: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ke...itive-inconclusive-coronavirus-tests-campaign
 
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People make the Georgia race a referendum on Trump. You don't have to like Trump to like the Second Amendment in a time that political people are defunding police and enabling more violence. Biden won't resist others in his administration and protect your rights. He doesn't have the energy or motivation. If you lose the Senate, who will resist the urge to control guns instead of controlling criminals?

Look in Chicago, NY, Seattle, Minneapolis right now. They could prosecute and imprison violent felons and reduce "gun crime" . But that involves offending people who respond with hateful rhetoric and street violence. It's much easier to let crime continue and blame it all on gun owners. Call gun owners a right wing hate group, and if anyone disagrees, that's proof they are right wing haters too. That is how they have been doing it, and if you let them have the Senate, there is no more resistance.
 
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Interesting info on the transition from Clinton to Bush after the disputed 2000 election that was decided by the US Supreme Court. The mainstream media would have us believe the Trump administration is behaving in an unprecedented way, acting unfairly by not providing funds for the transition, but, in fact what is happening today is exactly what happened in 2000; no funds provided until the final legal challenge was finished in mid-December. ;)

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Excerpt from pages CRS-19, 20, 21 if you don't want to click the link:

"Clinton-George W. Bush Transition

As a result of the ballot challenges concerning the November 7, 2000, presidential election, White House Chief of Staff John Podesta issued a November 13, 2000, memorandum to executive branch agencies stating that, “because of the uncertainty over election results, no President-elect has been identified to receive federal funds and assistance under the Presidential Transition Act of 1963.” The memo advised executive branch officials to provide any assistance that was “typically” provided to presidential candidates. Following the certification of the Florida popular vote on November 26, 2000, by the Florida Secretary of State in favor of Governor George W. Bush, GSA Administrator David J. Barram announced the following day that he would not authorize the release of federal transition funds since the final outcome remained “unclear and un-apparent,” due to ongoing legal challenges to the Florida certification. Since the PTA provides no explicit criteria for determining the “apparent successful candidates,” the GSA administrator based his decision on the 1963 legislative history, which stated that, “in a close contest, the Administrator simply would not make the decision.” Also at issue was the use of 90,000 square feet of office space in Washington, DC, that GSA had leased in anticipation of the transition period between election day on November 7 and the presidential inauguration on January 20, 2001, at a cost of approximately $700,000.

In response to GSA’s decision to withhold funding and office space, Governor Bush announced the establishment of his transition offices in McLean, VA, to be headed by the vice presidential candidate, former Secretary of Defense Richard Cheney. In a November 27, 2000, news conference, Cheney stated that the Bush- Cheney transition would be funded by private contributions as a “non-profit corporation and will seek 501(c)(4) status from the Internal Revenue Service.”

On December 4, 2000, oversight hearings on the presidential transition were held before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology. In his opening statement, subcommittee chairman Stephen Horn expressed concern that, in spite of long-standing congressional intent to federally fund presidential transitions, “today — nearly four weeks after the presidential election — the administrator says he is still unable to ascertain a winner and, thus, is not providing the appropriate assistance required by the Presidential Transition Act.” In a written statement for the hearings record, Comptroller General David M. Walter wrote that, “given the current extraordinary circumstances surrounding the election, Congress should consider extending the existing time limitation on the obligation of funds under the Transition Act to help mitigate the unforeseen delay in the initial release of public funds.” As a result of these hearings, H.R. 5643 was introduced in the House on December 6, 2000, to clarify the definition of “apparent successful candidates” to permit the GSA administrator to provide transition funding and services to the President-elect and Vice President-elect as determined by official state certifications. The legislation was referred to the House Committee on Government Reform. There was no additional action in the 106th Congress.

Immediately following Vice President Albert Gore’s concession speech on December 13, 2000, GSA Administrator David Barram authorized President-elect George Bush’s use of federal transition funds and office space. The following day, GSA Deputy Administrator Thurman Davis presented Vice President-elect Cheney with an electronic card that served as the key to the Washington, DC, transition office, located at 1800 G Street, NW. The Bush-Cheney transition officials assigned to coordinate with congressional staff and prospective Cabinet members were the first to relocate from their McLean, VA, headquarters to the GSA office space.

Shortly after President-elect Bush’s first formal address to the nation on December 13, he received a congratulatory call from President Bill Clinton. The following day, President-elect Bush announced plans to travel to Washington, DC, on December 18, to conduct separate visits with President Clinton and Vice President Gore, as well as to conduct interviews with possible Cabinet members.

With less than five weeks until his inauguration, President-elect Bush made his Cabinet selections in just 20 days. According to newspaper accounts, the President-elect and his aides used the five weeks of the election dispute to narrow their list of possible appointments, even though they were criticized by some for “presumptuously” proceeding with the transition. With so little time left before he took office, President-elect Bush narrowed his selections to nominees who had previously been through Senate confirmations in the past, selecting Donald Rumsfeld for Secretary of Defense, Colin Powell for Secretary of State, and Norman Mineta for Secretary of Transportation. In addition to their government and corporate expertise, the Cabinet nominees also had long-standing professional associations with the President-elect and his family."
 
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Not sure why people are dogging on Trump’s lawyer Sidney Powell, she’s 100% right. The CIA has been funding Hugo Chavez, and Chavez has been paying off Governor Kemp to rig Georgia elections. Q has been dropping hints about Venezuelan money flowing into Georgia and the Kraken is about to get released. There won’t be a fair election in Georgia until Powell puts Kemp in jail for treason.
 
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Interesting info on the transition from Clinton to Bush after the disputed 2000 election that was decided by the US Supreme Court. The mainstream media would have us believe the Trump administration is behaving in an unprecedented way, acting unfairly by not providing funds for the transition, but, in fact what is happening today is exactly what happened in 2000; no funds provided until the final legal challenge was finished in mid-December. ;)
SCOTUS did not decide the election. They decided a point of law. The impact of the decision happened to be the election. I am making this point because "they decided the election" is the rhetoric used by the left to pretend the GOP used SCOTUS as a political tool.
 
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SCOTUS did not decide the election. They decided a point of law. The impact of the decision happened to be the election. I am making this point because "they decided the election" is the rhetoric used by the left to pretend the GOP used SCOTUS as a political tool.
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Not sure why people are dogging on Trump’s lawyer Sidney Powell, she’s 100% right.
I too was wondering about the Sidney Powell mess so I looked into it. She is still on the case, but she was never on the "Trump" payroll - apparently working for herself. There may be a legal reason for that. I don't know all the ins and outs but here are some links to more info, and some of it is good:

Jack Flynn, apparently the brother of Michael Flynn, says Sidney Powell is working for WE THE PEOPLE:


His tweet includes this link to donate to her:


Sort comments by "best" and read 2nd comment by Robert Suther:


Lin Wood and Sidney Powell claim there is a lot of evidence:


Who is Lin Wood? I'd never heard of him, but they say he is good:

 
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Lin Wood is one of the best lawyers in the country. He’s the one defending Kyle Rittenhouse. If you read Lin Wood’s tweet, I think he’s saying that Perdue and Loeffler are on the Hugo Chavez gravy train like Brian Kemp. We need to clean house in Georgia or we might never get a real Republican like Trump elected there ever again.

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There won’t be a fair election in Georgia until Powell puts Kemp in jail for treason.
Don't know anything about that, and I'm not holding my breath waiting for it.


If you read Lin Wood’s tweet, I think he’s saying that Perdue and Loeffler are on the Hugo Chavez gravy train like Brian Kemp.
I read his tweet and he did not say, or insinuate, anything about being on a Hugo Chavez gravy train. We will hold both Georgia seats or we can raise the red hammer and sickle flag.


The election in Georgia will determine if the USA exists for the next 2 years OR NOT. Donate to pro-2A candidates here:


 

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