Raphael Warnock Wins Georgia Runoff

Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock defeated Republican Herschel Walker in Georgia’s runoff election Tuesday night, giving the Democratic Party an outright majority that eases their ability to pass legislation and confirm judges to the nation’s bench.

Warnock defeated Walker 51.3% to 48.7%, a margin of 90,000 votes, according to results reported by the Georgia Secretary of State as of this writing. Warnock came out ahead of Walker during the November 8 election by 0.9% but failed to win half of all ballots cast, triggering the two-person runoff.

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If a huge border crisis wasn’t bad enough, liberal lawmakers are pushing lame duck legislation to loosen our immigration laws. Behind closed doors, members of the United States House and Senate are negotiating bills to eliminate limits on legal immigration and provide a massive amnesty measure in the final days of the 117th Congress.

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hy Our Constitution Doesnt Need Fixing

The latest push for an Article V Constitutional Convention is being marketed to suck in Conservatives who want limited government but aren’t aware of the dangers.

Rather than fixing the problem of a federal government gone wild, it will open the door to abolishing the Constitution and replacing it with a globalist version.

Listen as attorney Joanna Martin aka Publius Huldah gives the best explanation of why an Article V Convention is the most dangerous threat to our liberty we Americans face today.

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Senator Roy Blunt

Let’s hope the 12 Republicans who voted to redefine marriage enjoyed the back-slapping of their Democratic colleagues, because they’re about to settle in to the next (and longest) chapter of the Senate aftermath: the reckoning. While Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) basked in the praise of Senate radicals Tuesday, she and the other 11 GOP imposters now have the unenviable task of owning the votes they cast. And as reassuring as the Left’s applause may have been, it was fleeting. The damage they have done to America and their reputations is not. 

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Part 1: Validation Schemes

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Sound the alarm!! We are closer than ever before in our nation’s history to Congress’s calling a  convention under Article V of the US Constitution, where we would likely lose our Constitution. And it’s because of yet another deception from the con-con lobby.

Article V says that “The Congress…on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States [now 34], shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments [to the US Constitution]…”  

There have been approximately 450 applications passed by 49 State Legislatures since 1788, the year our Constitution was ratified. So, whether or not a constitutional convention has been triggered depends upon the criteria Congress uses to determine which of the 450 applications are valid. Only then can Congress count the States that submitted those applications to find out whether or not the 34-state threshold was reached.

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Mitch McConnell Blocked from Moving Media Cartel Bill JCPA

Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell tried to move through the U.S. Senate a highly controversial plan called the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) using a procedure called a “hotline,” Breitbart News has learned.

Before the close of business on Thursday, at least two GOP senators–including Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR)–objected to the effort and put a hold on the push. To stop a bill from being passed unanimously through the Senate via the “hotline” track, only one senator needs to object. Sources told Breitbart News that more Republican senators are racing to express opposition to the proposal, and they expect more holds to be placed in the coming hours and days ahead.

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Lame Duck Necessities Pile Up

As the U.S. Senate burned precious legislative days dealing with the Respect for Marriage Act, which senators like Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) noted was a “stupid waste of time” back in July because the 2015 Obergefell Supreme Court decision had already guaranteed same-sex couples a right to marry, observers are pointing to a logjam of critical priorities that must be dealt with during the final 15 legislative days before the lame duck session expires, including an omnibus bill to fund the federal government and the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to fund the military.

Quena Gonzalez, senior director of Government Affairs at Family Research Council, offered a candid assessment of the situation congressional Democrats currently find themselves in.

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