The winner of Georgia's two runoff races for U.S. Senate will decide what party controls the chamber. Democrats need both to have control, Republicans can split. Here's where the race stands right now
So the argument here is that they orchestrated a massive multi-state conspiracy -- that involved losing seats in the House, possibly falling short of winning the Senate and not taking over a single new state legislative chamber?
‘This body, this chamber, exists precisely so that we can look past daily dramas and understand how our actions will reverberate for generations. The House’s hour is over. The Senate’s time is at hand. It is time for this proud body to honor our founding purpose.’
With our country facing a pandemic, an historic economic disruption, and a major discussion of racial justice, Speaker Pelosi has mostly kept her chamber on the longest-running spring break in human history. Over here, in the Senate, we are attending to the needs of the nation.
The Framers knew that overheated House majorities might impeach on purely partisan grounds. But they knew that short-term passions could not get the final say. So they placed the ultimate judgment not in the fractious lower chamber, but in the sober and stable Senate.