If there were any mistaking the significance of the final two U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia, it’s now crystal clear. Joe Biden knows it. He cannot carry out his gun control agenda by executive overreach.
Georgians began casting early ballots this week ahead of the Jan. 5 election. Polling margins are close and with a 50-48 Republican advantage in the upper chamber, firearm supporters have almost no wiggle room to protect the Second Amendment from the antigun platform championed by the most antigun presidential ticket in history.