Voters in Georgia are headed to the polls as we speak to decide who they want to serve as their U.S. Senators for the next six years. Today’s runoff election marks the final chapter of the 2020 election cycle, and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
David Perdue, the incumbent senior senator from Georgia, is fending off a challenge from Hollywood-bankrolled candidate Jon Ossoff. Junior senator Kelly Loeffler is looking to defend her seat from liberal Raphael Warnock. If the incumbent wins at least one of the two races, Republicans will retain control of the U.S. Senate. If the challengers win in both races, however, the Democrats will gain control of the chamber.
Pray for our country and positive outcomes in these two races.
A large number of Senators and Congressmen will be staging what many are calling Trump’s last stand tomorrow – an effort to discount electoral votes from states whose voter fraud allegations have not yet been resolved.
“Every single time we tried to bring this forward to the courts, you know, they’ve just been largely dismissive,” said former Director of National Intelligence Richard Grennell. “So I think that the rule of law and the process is that, on Wednesday, we get to showcase this to the politicians and see where the chips fall.”
You’ve probably seen by now the insanely bizarre video of a sitting U.S. Congressman opening the 117th Congress in prayer, which was concluded with the phrase, “amen… and awomen."
He also spoke his prayer in the name of “the monotheistic god, Brahma.” If you haven’t seen the video yet, you can watch it here. We should not be surprised that our nation is vulnerable when the one true God is mocked, maligned and excluded.