Is cheating just an ingrained part of the Democrat political machine? Look no further than a shocking report from Breitbart exposing a Democrat plot to interfere in Georgia’s Senate runoff.
Breitbart just put out a report revealing that some Democrat leaders are urging non-resident Democrat voters to flock to Georgia to vote in the pivotal Senate runoff elections that will be held in January. The outcome of this race will decide whether or not the GOP holds the majority, so the importance of the runoff cannot be understated.
One of those Democrat leaders that Breitbart exposed is Andrew Yang, the failed presidential candidate. On November 6th, Yang posted two Twitter messages calling upon people to “get ready to head to Georgia.”
“There isn’t much time,” Yang said. “The earliest date for absentee ballots to be mailed for the runoff is Nov. 18. The registration deadline is Dec. 7. The In-person early voting begins Dec. 14.”
Breitbart also highlighted New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, who, during an interview on CNN, said that he hopes “everybody moves to Georgia in the next month or two, registers to vote, and votes for these two Democratic senators.”
Is that legal?
Georgia’s Secretary of State’s office said in a statement to the Wall Street Journal that “it is a felony to vote in Georgia elections if you are not a legal resident or if you are residing in the state briefly with the intention just to vote and then move away.”
The office added that “people moving to Georgia briefly can work on campaigns and canvass for candidates, but voting in the state without the intention of staying would be considered fraud.”
To sum up: Non-residents obviously cannot vote in the Georgia runoff. Non-residents, however, can move to Georgia and become residents ahead of the election, in which case they would be able to vote. But, if it were to be discovered that a non-resident moved to Georgia for the sole purpose of voting and with no intention to remain in the state, that would be considered voter fraud.
At this point, of course, one wouldn’t be surprised if out-of-state Democrats did suddenly take up in Georgia solely to win the runoff election. That’s why State Rep. Vernon Jones (D) has asked Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) to “call a special session” to make “illegal” this idea. We’ll keep an eye on that.
What’s going on
At the time of this writing, it is looking like Joe Biden is going to be the next president and Democrats are going to have a narrow majority in the House. In short, the only thing that could stand in the way of Democrats being able to enact any policy that they want is a Republican Senate.
The question of who will control the Senate has come down to a runoff election that will be held in Georgia in early January. Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) will be going up against Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
In the words of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), “We must win Georgia, to save America.” That’s is no exaggeration.