Speaking at celebrations on Saturday over Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden being declared the winner of the 2020 election, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer declared, “Now we take Georgia, and then we change America.”
“Now we take Georgia, and then we change the world,” he proclaimed while donning a coronavirus mask. “Now we take Georgia, and then we change America,” he added, pumping his fist in the air to the cheers of supporters.
First of all, the Democrats haven’t taken Georgia. The votes there now seem likely to go to a recount, and if the count is fair it will reflect the fact that President Trump was winning in George before the voter fraud suddenly kicked in.
Second, Schumer’s slogan is an echo of former presidential candidate Barack Obama‘s 2008 threat that his party was on the verge of “fundamentally transforming” the United States, which is the left’s goal: not to make America great again, but to raze it to the ground and build a woke, social justice utopia atop the ruins. In fact, their fundamental transformation will lead only to dystopia.