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Michelle Obama Sends Message To GA Voters – ‘We Can’t Just Vote For President And Think Our Job Is Done’

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Yesterday, we reported that former First Lady Michelle Obama held a rally on Sunday in which she urged Georgia residents to vote Democrat. On Monday, she doubled down by taking to Twitter to tell Georgia voters that they “can’t just vote for President and think that our job is done,” adding that Republicans “want us to believe that their pride is more important than our democracy.”

“Your vote is your voice. It’s your power. And right now, from the President of the United States on down, we’re seeing and hearing just how desperate some are to take that power away. They want us to believe that their pride is more important than our democracy,” Michelle said of Republicans.

She added that she finds what they are doing to be “unconscionable,” particularly “at a time when a staggering number of Americans are dying every day from a virus that was downplayed for far too long.”

“It’s unconscionable to focus on overturning an election rather than helping struggling families or distributing a vaccine,” Michelle said. “This is why we can’t just vote for President and think that our job is done.”

Not stopping there, Michelle said that the runoff elections on Tuesday will determine “whether the U.S. Senate is run by those who’ve shown their willingness to tear down our democracy—or whether it’ll be run by those who will actually get to work on the monumental challenges before us.”

The Georgia runoff elections will determine which political party has control of the Senate for the next two years.

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“These runoffs will decide whether President-Elect Biden has a Senate that will work with him rather than just obstruct him at every turn,” Michelle said, going on to add that if both Democratic candidates win, it would be “another step toward cleaning up the mess of the past four years.”

“If you live in Georgia, make sure you vote for @ReverendWarnock and @Ossoff in tomorrow’s U.S. Senate runoffs—and make sure everybody you know does the same,” she concluded.

For someone who often claims to despise politics, Michelle sure does talk about it a lot. Here’s hoping she ends up bitterly disappointed once these elections are over.

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