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Mike Pence Rallies in Georgia: “I Promise You, Come This Wednesday, We Will Have Our Day in Congress”


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Whether you think Vice President Pence is loyal to Trump…

Or whether you think he is part of the Deep State…

The vice president himself was out on the campaign trail hyping up THIS upcoming Wednesday!

Mike Pence was in Georgia holding a rally for the two Senate seats.

The election is tomorrow.

Yet… Pence couldn’t help but hype up what is expected to be a historic day on Wednesday, January 6.

Specifically, Pence said:

I promise you, come this Wednesday, we will have our day in Congress.

Watch him say it below:

https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1346158394672087041

Throughout the speech, chants of “stop the steal” erupted numerous times.

We’re expecting the rally tonight with President Trump to be wild!

Though Pence spoke for over an hour, that one line stole the show!

https://twitter.com/WW_NEWS_/status/1346178291665936384

President Trump is expected to draw an even larger crowd.

Trump regularly draws record-setting turnout.

In fact, people are already in line in Dalton, Georgia, waiting for the President.

The following video was shot at 8 am this morning:

Aside from that one line, Pence seemed to avoid talking about the electoral challenges expected this upcoming Wednesday.

Instead, Pence talked more about faith.

Market Watch has more details on Pence’s rally, which notably drew higher attendance than all of Biden’s rallies this summer:

President Donald Trump, President-elect Joe Biden, Vice President–elect Kamala Harris and now Trump’s vice president, Mike Pence, are headed to Georgia to try to swing next week’s Senate runoff elections in favor of their parties’ candidates.

Pence is scheduled to campaign on behalf of incumbent Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue at Rock Springs Church, an evangelical church in Milner, Ga., 45 miles south of Atlanta, on Monday, the same day Trump is slated to speak in Dalton, in northwest Georgia. Perdue is now isolating after a reported exposure to a campaign worker who tested positive for COVID-19.

Biden and Harris will be in Georgia to campaign for the Democratic challengers, Jon Ossoff, a documentary film producer, and Rev. Raphael Warnock, the pastor at historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.

Biden, whose presidency stands to be dramatically impacted by the results of the rare dual runoffs on Tuesday, will speak Monday in Atlanta, a day after Harris appears in coastal Savannah.

With just these two Senate races yet to be decided, Republicans hold a 50-seasts-to-48 edge. A Democratic sweep on Tuesday would put tie-breaking Senate votes in the hands of Harris, who has represented California in the Senate since 2017 and formally becomes the president of the chamber with her inauguration as vice president. (California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has been tapped to complete Harris’s term.)

The Pence event in Milner is being described as a “call to action” for the “Georgia faith community.”

Early voting numbers have been on a record-breaking pace, and in smaller north Georgia counties like Lamar County — where Milner is located — the votes are heavily in favor of the Republicans Perdue and Loeffler.

According to GeorgiaVotes.com, with its population of 13,061, Lamar County had nearly 9,000 votes cast in the November election, with 70% going to Trump in the presidential race. Driving up numbers in such counties for Loeffler and Perdue could help neutralize Democratic enthusiasm in a state carried by a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time in decades and buttressed by newly registered voters.

More than 3 million Georgia voters cast ballots during the early-voting period that ended on New Year’s Eve, a new record for a Georgia runoff, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

But the main event is still to come.

The people want to hear from President Trump himself!

President Trump is to thank for the unexpected STRONG Republican turnout all over the country.

He can do it again in Georgia!

Local Fox 5 Atlanta confirms that President Trump will be heading to Dalton, Georgia.

The top two Republicans are both heading to Georgia on the eve of the two runoff elections that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.

Monday, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will headline separate rallies in the Peace State to support Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue against their Democratic challengers.

With little time to spare, Loeffler held multiple events over the weekend, including one with South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.

“You’ve got to call your friends, your family, your co-workers, your folks at school and church, your frenemies,” she said at one rally. “Make sure they have a plan to vote because the future of the country is on the line.”

Perdue is in quarantine and unable to campaign due to exposure to a person who tested positive for COVID-19, but remains active, speaking to Fox News Sunday morning to claim his challenge Jon Ossoff has lied about connections to the Chinese Communist Party.

“He hid it from the people of Georgia during his primary, got caught, lied about it, finally disclosed it, and then lied about it again,” Perdue said.

Vice President Pence will appear at a noon event at a church in Milner.

Later tonight, Trump will hold a last-minute get-out-the-vote rally in Dalton.

We are excited to hear what President Trump has to say tonight.

While he will certainly be promoting the Georgia election tomorrow, we expect there to be FIREWORKS regarding the alleged election fraud from November 2020.

Be sure to tune in.

We will continue to have wall-to-wall coverage here at WeLoveTrump.



 

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