Georgians will vote in two runoff elections today that may very well shape the future of the Second Amendment in our country.
Sens. Kelly Loeffler (R) and David Perdue (R) both unequivocally support your right to keep and bear arms, while their respective opponents, Raphael Warnock (D) and Jon Ossoff (D), in short, do not.
As it stands, the U.S. Senate’s future majority rests in the hands of Georgia’s voters. Should Loeffler and Perdue retain their seats, the Senate will have a pro-freedom majority that will be able to weather the storm looming on the horizon in the form of a likely Biden-Harris administration.
Should the two incumbent senators lose, however, the U.S. Senate will then be split evenly, with the vice president casting any tiebreaking votes. This is the scary part, because the presumed vice president is Kamala Harris, whose record against the Second Amendment should worry any proponent of the right to keep and bear arms.
Biden and Harris didn’t even try to hide the ball with their anti-gun agenda; in fact, they campaigned so openly against the Second Amendment that it’s simply astonishing that their incredibly radical stances did not receive more coverage.
Then again, perhaps it’s not so astonishing, considering the mainstream media regularly gives cover to anti-gun politicians, and none of the presidential or vice presidential debates featured a moment of discussion about this critical right.
Though these two races are for U.S. Senate seats in Georgia, they have the potential to shape the future of the Second Amendment in our country.