• Four Scenarios Emerge in the Next Few Weeks: Which One Will It Be?

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    Surge Summary: Following the January 5th special election in Georgia and January 20th’s swearing in of the president – whoever that might end up being – four possible scenarios will emerge.  For constitutional Conservatives, the options range from grim to hopeful.

    by Gary Bauer 

    We’re one week out from the critical Georgia Senate runoff elections.  The outcome of those contests will be as consequential as any Senate race in modern history, and almost rivals the importance of the presidential contest.  The fate of our country will be decided by these two Senate races.

    If by some chance President Trump secures a second term and both Georgia senators manage to secure their reelection, then America will continue to be governed much as it has been for the past two years.  The Senate will remain in Republican hands, while Nancy Pelosi will continue to rule the House of Representatives by a very narrow margin.

    If President Trump secures a second term but both Georgia seats go to the Democrats, then Trump will face a hostile Congress with both chambers controlled by the opposition party.  His agenda will be dead on arrival on Capitol Hill.  There will be no chance of confirmation for his conservative judicial nominees.  And another impeachment effort seems inevitable.

    If Joe Biden is sworn in on January 20th, and Republicans win one or both seats, then Republicans will have a slim majority that will be able to block the worst aspects of the left’s radical agenda.

    But if Joe Biden is sworn in next month and Democrats win both Georgia seats, then Katie bar the door.  The Senate will be evenly divided, making Vice President Kamala Harris the ultimate decider on everything from higher taxes to abortion funding, open borders and climate change craziness.

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    Originally Posted here.

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    Gary Lee Bauer is an American politician and activist, who served in the Reagan administration. He later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family. In 2000, he participated in the Republican presidential contest.


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