It was announced last week that today’s rally in support of Georgia’s Senate candidates would take place.
Yesterday, this happened. A young man, Harrison Deal, son of a previous Georgia governor, staffer of Senator Kelly Loeffler and boyfriend of the daughter of the current Georgia governor, was killed in a “car accident” that involved a lot of fire.
As if we needed the reminder that what is going on, the movie that we are watching, the play that is in the third act, is indeed a matter of life and death for the people most closely involved.
Today’s rally is being held in Valdosta, Georgia, a place right along Interstate 75 where my family used to stop at the seconds and outlet malls, back when things were really made in America. Most of those places were gone the last time I was through there.
Those interested in learning of the bare bones of Valdosta’s history are encouraged to visit the wiki page.
In the meantime, despite the protests from the dinosaur lame stream media, the presidential race in Georgia is not over. Lawsuits have been filed in that state and then there’s the matter of suitcase-gate, where bins or suitcases of ballots came out from under tables in the counting room after all the observers and most of the workers were sent home for the night on November 3.
Hey, there’s nothing fishy about that. Nothing to see here. Move along.
So, as this whole historic episode in American life unfolds, tonight we get yet another demonstration of what the American people really want whether the mainstream media and the powers that wanna be are interested or not.
Live streaming begins at 3 pm.