Brock Benson | Civil Patriot

I think it’s fair to say that most voters have very little confidence in the outcome of the pending runoffs in Georgia. With so much fraud taking place in the recent national election—and with questions already rolling in about the way the runoffs are being handled on the ground in Georgia—can we trust that Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue will even get a fair shake? Or will they, like the president, suffer at the hands of crafty manipulators and schemers? 

Let’s start by talking about the importance of the results in the upcoming run-offs. Ted Cruz (appearing on Maria Bartiromo on Sunday morning) said: “I think these two Georgia senate races on January 5th are, without exaggeration, the most important senate races of our lifetime. If we see a Democratic majority—a Chuck Schumer majority—I think they will do generational damage. It will empower the extreme angry leftist voices in the Democratic party. And so, I would say to folks at home, ‘If you are in Georgia, please, please, please come out and bring your friends and your family and your neighbors because we’re seeing massive Democratic turnout and the consequences….’ I think the people of GA want to see a reasonable check and balance. They don’t want to see the extreme—the Bernie Sanders, the Elizabeth Warrens, and AOCs having no restraints on them whatsoever. Georgia will decide that. And I’ll tell you what I think: We’re going to win both races in GA but it’s going to depend on turnout on election day.” 

David Perdue would agree with that assessment. On January 2nd he told Fox News that he believes he and Kelly Loeffler are the “last line of defense” against a potential socialist agenda.  

Many Americans would offer a hearty, “Amen,” because they know a Democratic majority in the senate would mean the potential end of an era of checks and balances in our government. And, like Ted, I believe it would take years to undo any damage that might come as a result of losing the voice on the right. If the left fully gets their way—in the White House, in the Congress, and (speaking from what I’ve observed in the past few weeks) in the Supreme Court, what are conservatives to do? We’ve already been blind-sighted by the Mainstream Media and Big Tech. How will our voice be heard if the Senate goes, too?

That’s why we’ve got to fight harder than ever to assure these upcoming runoffs are fair. Representative in Georgia are working diligently to make sure there’s no repeat of what happened during the presidential election.

What Happened During the Presidential Election?
By way of update, data scientists testified this past Wednesday during a Georgia state Senate hearing that their data indicates 17,650 votes were switched from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.  This news came on the heels of hundreds of other similar accusations of election fraud from whistleblowers, eyewitnesses, statisticians, and analysts. 

At that same hearing, inventor Jovan Pulitzer hacked directly into the voting system in real time to show stunned representatives that the machines are connected to the Internet. The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee subsequently passed a unanimous motion to allow Pulitzer to audit Fulton County ballots for legitimacy. 

Unfortunately, news broke the very next day that those ballots had been deliberately destroyed. Oh, and the company destroying them was (shocker!) linked to the Democrats. 

Then came the news that Facebook had shut down the fundraising page for Senators Loeffler and Perdue for supposedly violating policy. Facebook later claimed it had been a mistake, but was the page down long enough to affect donations or morale? 

This is what we’re up against, folks. 

  • The media says there is no fraud.
  • MSM claims they’re fair and balanced. 
  • Republican leadership in Georgia claims the presidential election was completely clean. 
  • Democrats are bringing people out to vote in droves. 
  • Biden is busy naming Obama-era appointees to his new cabinet. 
  • Oh, and David Perdue is quarantined after being directly exposed to COVID and can’t even attend his own events in person. 

Other than that, everything’s peachy in Georgia. 

In happier news, Republicans like Ted Cruz are campaigning hard for David and Kelly. He and other solid conservatives refuse to give up. We can’t give up, either. This is the time to stay the course. Perhaps, if we keep our eye on the prize, we can convert those rotten peaches into some tasty peach pie that will feed our children and grandchildren for generations to come. 



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