Biden says Individuals will get $ 2,000 stimulus checks if Democrats win runoff elections within the Georgia Senate

President-elect Biden said if Georgia Democrats win and retake the Senate, there will be $ 2,000 stimulus checks.

Video of Biden’s campaigns for Ossoff and Warnock in Georgia:

Biden says if Democrats win the Georgia Senate runoff, there will be $ 2,000 in stimulus checks. pic.twitter.com/HABFo8JoM7

– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) January 4, 2021

President-elect Biden said in Atlanta, “If you send Jon and the Reverend to Washington, those $ 2,000 checks will go out the door, restoring hope and decency and honor to so many who are struggling. You send US Senator Perdue and Senator Loeffler back to Washington, the checks will never get there. It’s that simple. The power is literally in your hands. If you choose Jon and the Reverend, you can break the deadlock that has gripped Washington and this nation. “

Biden listed numerous issues beyond the stimulus checks that can help the nation move forward with a Democratic Senate. The deadlock could be broken. Real help could be brought to the American people in a few weeks. The prediction market has turned towards Democrats winning in Georgia.

The Republican Party is currently on fire and Republican electoral officials in Georgia are forced to hold press conferences to dispel Trump’s allegations of electoral fraud in the state.

The Democrats have the opportunity to take control of the Senate and not only undo the damage Trump caused, but also make real progress for the future of the nation.

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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Executive Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.

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