While I did think that there was going to be a ‘red wave’ it had more to do with the fact that I figured most Americans were at least able to remember as far back a mere 24 months and remember what it was that the country looked like then, with our booming economy, our energy independence, our low gas prices, our low unemployment, especially for minorities and women, and a southern border that was relatively secure. So, I thought that a ‘red wave’ was simply a no-brainer. I never imagined that there would be anyone but the most hardcore leftists that would even consider voting for those responsible for essentially erasing all of those things.
And while we now narrowly control the House, we’re left to rely on the people of Georgia when it comes to trying to salvage at least a tie in the Senate. And I don’t know about anyone else, but the fact that everything now rests with the people of Georgia, when it comes to trying to limit just how much more damage to the country the Democrats are able to inflict upon this country over the course of the next two years, is something that I find to be more than just a little terrifying. And as amazing as it may sound recent polls there show that the race between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock is either tied or has Warnock on top by four points.
Now I really don’t mean to pick on the people of Georgia, but it’s every conversation that I have ever had with anyone from that state that is what I would imagine a conversation would be like with someone from another planet. And that so much now rests on the upcoming runoff election that takes place in Georgia on December 6 has me not getting much sleep of late. Because it would appear that these people are, at least at this point, on the verge of electing the most worthless piece of shit to ever occupy a seat in the U.S. Senate, Raphael Warnock. And if that is what does come to pass it’s one more bit of evidence that these people are simply not of this Earth.
And ya know, everyone keeps talking about the massive amounts of money that continues to pour in from outside of the state and into the campaign coffers of this supposed man of God, Mr. Warnock. But why should it matter how much money comes into this guy? If the people of Georgia had even a lick of sense, those who support this sleazy creep, Warnock, could dump a billion dollars into his campaign and it wouldn’t matter. But because it’s perceived by those ‘giving’ all of this money that the people of Georgia are incapable of thinking for themselves, and can be convinced that Warnock is something he is not, the money just keeps pouring in.
And I simply don’t get how it is that it has not yet dawned on the people of Georgia that this sleazy ‘preacher’ really doesn’t give a squat about them or this country. You would think that even black folks, who have essentially been conditioned to vote for those like Warnock, would be able to figure things out and vote for Mr. Walker. But, again, if recent polling data paints anywhere near an accurate picture of the situation that is apparently not the case. And I can’t help but to call into question their reasoning for not voting for Mr. Walker. Much mud has been slung in his direction, is that it? Or is he another deemed not to be “black enough” for blacks to vote for?
So the way I look at things is that on December 6 the people of Georgia will be taking part in what is essentially a statewide IQ test, the outcome of which will reach to all points in this country. And it’s the outcome of this IQ test that will likely come to be known on, of all days, December 7, Pearl Harbor Day. And on that day we will find out if the argument can be that they passed the test by electing Mr. Walker or, instead, chose to confirm what so many of us already think of them by electing Mr. Warnock. I must admit that I have very little confidence that the people of Georgia will do the right thing, and apparently those giving money to Warnock are of the same opinion.