Democrats are calling on their supporters to move to Georgia in an attempt to help them win the Senate. Control over the senate will come down to the results of two runoff elections in Georgia, which are set to take place January 5.
In both races, which are between Republican Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Ralph Warnock, and Republican David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff, none of the candidates reached 50%, sending them into a runoff.
Failed democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang took to Twitter on November 6, saying, "The best thing we could do for Joe is to get him a Democratic Senate. There should be coordination of resources. Everyone who campaigned for Joe should get ready to head to Georgia. I’ll go. It’s the only way to sideline Mitch and give Joe a unified government." Yang further pointed out that the deadline to register as a voter is December 7.
Yang wasn't the only one to call for voters to move to Georgia. New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, during an interview on CNN, said that he hopes "everyone moves to Georgia in the next month or two, registers to vote, and votes for these two Democratic senators."
How far will the Democratic Party go to sway elections their way? This is a Georgia vote for Georgia citizens. How is a vote representative of Georgia and its citizens when the Democrats are calling for a mass move to the state in order to change the outcome of a vote? Georgians, as well as citizens all across the country, should be outraged at the level of manipulation taking place.
Granted, it is highly unlikely that enough Democrats will make the move. But the fact that such manipulative plans are being formed and discussed should be enough to strike fear in states and local municipalities everywhere. Democrats don't even seem to care to be seen as corrupt anymore; they conspire out in the open, for all to see.
Andrew Yang, in making a call to action in an attempt to take the voice of millions of Georgians away, is being reckless and attempting to exploit the voting system. The results of this vote should be left up to the citizens of Georgia; the majority of the state. Yang is obviously aware that the majority of Georgian's do not want Ossoff or Warnock in office; otherwise, why would he attempt to change the majority by having his supporters move to the state simply to cast their vote and leave.
What will the Democrats do next? How much more of this can the citizens of this nation stand for? Everyone, regardless of party affiliation, should be disgusted by this. How would Yang feel if Republicans called for a mass influx into his state in order to sway an election?