In a video aired during a drive-in concert at the Cellairis Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday, former first lady Michelle Obama urged Georgia Democrats to get out and vote for Senate candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff to “determine the direction of this state and this country.”
“Remember there are a lot of people out there who are counting on you to sit this election out,” Obama said. “But if you take charge of your power, you and the folks in your community can determine the direction of this state and this country.”
She highlighted the fact that “thousands of people from Savannah to Augusta to Atlanta have already voted” and urged Georgians to talk to friends and family members “about making a plan to vote on election day, Tuesday, Jan. 5.”
“Because when we all vote, we make sure we’re the ones shaping our future,” she added. And by “all,” she means not only legitimate voters, but illegal aliens, the dead, voters who moved away but have not been removed from the voter rolls, countless thousands of fraudulent votes amassed by Democrats who are willing to do whatever it takes to win.