Obama Stumps For Democrat Candidate

(FreedomBeacon.com)- Even with their majority in the Senate secure, Democrats are deploying their biggest gun to Georgia ahead of the December 6 Senate runoff election between Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker in hopes that they can secure the 51 seats necessary to gain the majority of seats on Senate committees.

In a 50/50 Senate, committees are evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans, making it easier to block legislation or nominees in committees.

But with 51 seats, the Democrats would hold the majority of seats on each Senate committee, likely clearing the way for President Biden’s radical left judicial nominees to get confirmed.

To that end, it was reported this week that former President Barack Obama will be returning to Georgia once again on December 1 to help push Warnock over the finish line.

Obama’s return trip is scheduled on the eve of the final day of early in-person voting, which has proven critical to Democrats in recent elections.

While Warnock led Walker by around 36,000 votes in the November 8 Midterms, since neither candidate received over 50 percent of the vote, the runoff election was triggered.

Warnock, as well as other Democrats throughout the country, relied heavily on Barack Obama to campaign for them during the 2022 election cycle. With President Biden such an unpopular president, the Democrats needed a heavy hitter to replace Biden on the campaign trail.

And since Biden’s approval rating in Georgia is so far underwater that his feet are touching bottom Obama was the logical choice to step into the breach since he remains wildly popular among Democrat voters.

So far, Barack Obama is the only big-name Democrat politician to campaign for Warnock during the runoff.

Earlier this week, Vice President Kamala Harris dodged after a reporter asked her if she planned to go to Georgia to support Warnock, saying she hadn’t made “any decision yet.”