The Democrats’ war against Trump supporters is far from over.
Joe Biden winning the Presidency is only the start of the real battle.
And Trump supporters are in big trouble after a jaw-dropping poll dropped.
No election in U.S. history faced as much fraud as the November election.
It looked more like the faux-elections held in third world countries.
But the way things are going, Democrats will get away with it, with Joe Biden on track to be inaugurated on January 20.
Once that happens, the radical Left will really kick things into gear.
They already have control of the House of Representatives.
With Joe Biden in the White House they will have insane amounts of power to ram their agenda into law.
But it will be nothing compared to what will happen if they control the Senate as well.
Nancy Pelosi recently bragged about how they will essentially have a “supermajority” if they take the Senate, as they can use procedural maneuvers to pass most legislation with a simple majority, instead of the traditional 60 votes needed in the Senate.
To do that, they will need to win both seats in the upcoming Georgia run-off elections.
So far, polling has been on Republicans’ side, with Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler holding slight leads.
But a new poll from Trafalgar Group shows that Democrats Jon Ossoff and Rafael Warnock have made substantial moves, and now top their Republican opponents.
The poll shows Ossoff, who is running against Perdue leading with 50.2% of the vote, compared to 47.5%.
And things are even worse for Loeffler, who is losing to Warnock 45.5% to his 52.2%.
This is very bad news for Republicans.
Trafalgar Group is well-known as the only polling firm to predict President Trump’s victory in 2016, so they have been ahead of the curve in the Trump-era.
Trafalgar’s chief pollster Robert Cahaly said the shift is due to both Perdue and Loeffler refusing to back Trump’s call for $2,000 coronavirus stimulus checks.
But since then, they have both shifted, and come out in support of Trump’s measure.
That may end up helping them come election day, but swing voters may see their sudden shift as not being genuine, as it was almost certainly in response to this poll.
Currently, both Republicans are out-fundraised by tens of millions of dollars, so things aren’t looking good.