Sen. Tim Scott: ‘We save the nation and continue to move in the right direction’ with Georgia Senate wins



Next January’s Georgia runoff elections aren’t just about “controlling the Senate,” but “controlling the legislative agenda for America,” Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., told “Hannity” Wednesday.

“The two sides cannot be further apart,” Scott told guest host Trey Gowdy. “One side wants a $4 trillion dollar tax increase, and the way you [Democrats] get that? Win two seats in Georgia.”

Scott further claimed that if Democrats do win the Senate, “the average person listening” would see “a 60% increase in your taxes [and] for single moms, a 70%  increase in your taxes. 

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“It means the ability to add more justices to the Supreme Court,” he added. “We’ve had nine justices for the last 150 years. They want to stack the courts so that they can continue to transform America into a socialist utopia. It just can’t happen.”

By contrast, Scott promised, “when we win those two seats, we will be funding the police, not what the Democrats want to do [which] is defund the police.

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“[These are] the most consequential two Senate seats in all of America and all time,” the senator concluded. “We save the nation and continue to move in the right direction by having those two seats won by two Republicans on January the 5th, and we’ll spend a lot of time trying to make that happen.”



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