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Is America Waking Up to the Rising Threat from China?


Townhall Review – December 19, 2020

Kurt Schlichter talks with New York Congressman Lee Zeldin about Chinese intelligence attempts to compromise high-level elected U.S. officials.

Kevin McCullough talks with Gordon Chang about our vulnerabilities towards China and the Chinese Communist Party.

Mike Gallagher and Georgia Senator David Perdue talk about the Georgia Senate runoff election.

Larry Elder talks with Dr. Jeffrey Barke about the recently approved COVID-19 vaccines.

Bob Frantz and White House historian and author Tevi Troy talk about President-elect Biden selections to fill out key roles in his administration.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talks with David Harsanyi, author and columnist, about a Justice Department investigation into Hunter Biden and the elite media’s attempts to squelch the story.

Dan Proft talks with Boise State University Professor Scott Yenor about U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr, who just announced his resignation.

Mark Davis reminisces about the true meaning of Christmas.

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Albert Mohler: Which Party Will Be Setting the Agenda in the Senate?

In the wake of the contentious 2020 election, the battle for the majority in the U.S. Senate looms large. That majority will be decided in the two run-off elections in the state of Georgia on January 5th.

Both of the Republicans are incumbents: Kelly Loeffler was appointed by Governor Kemp, replacing Johnny Isakson who had resigned for health reasons.

And David Perdue is running for his second term representing Georgians.

Neither of the candidates reached Georgia’s requirement of 50-percent plus one in the November 3rd election.

All of this matters tremendously:

Holding the majority in the Senate determines who sets the agenda. To put it this way, nothing can come to the Senate floor if the majority leader does not allow it to be presented for a vote.

Turnout is going to be key. It will likely be a very partisan vote, which means that one party or the other is likely to win both seats.

As we understand the issues that will come before the Senate, that matters immensely.

Keep your eyes on Georgia.

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