With the Presidential Election coming to an end, the eyes of the political world have turned to Georgia, where a January 5th runoff will determine the final two Senate races and, more importantly, determine which party controls the Senate.
If Sen. Kelly Loeffler or Sen. David Perdue wins reelection, the Republican party will retain its majority. If not, the Senate will be split 50-50, resulting in a Democrat majority in all but name, with Kamala Harris holding the tie-breaking vote as Vice President (assuming Joe Biden is inaugurated).
If both Sen. Loeffler and Sen. Perdue fail, the Republicans will lose their one remaining ability to scupper Democrats in their desire to implement radical policies in line with their self-prescribed “progressive mandate.”
Based on the swathe of promises made during the election, here’s what we could expect from Democrats if they enter 2021 with both the White House and the U.S. Senate.
Assault Weapons Ban
Throughout his campaign, former Vice