BLM Plots $500 MILLION Fundraiser For Georgia Runoffs

( Black Lives Matter PAC, a political action committee technically not affiliated with the BLM organization but which shares the same goals and ideologies, is plotting a massive $500 million fundraiser to help Democrats in the Georgia senate runoffs in January.

The organization announced on Thursday that they plan to boost the party campaign funds of candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock to help the Democrats take control of the Senate.

“We know how important this election is going to be in determining what decisions will be made in the Senate for the next few years – decisions that will impact us directly, like access to quality and affordable health care, reforming the criminal justice system, all the way to major electoral reform like passing the BREATHE Act,” BLM PAC said to supports in an email.

The proposed BREATHE Act would close immigration detention centers, prisons, and even defund a number of federal agencies that far-left extremists I the Black Lives Matter organization and Democratic Party say are “systemically racist.” The only way to stop legislation like this passing through the Senate, as Democrats appear more willing than ever to support radical legislation like the Green New Deal, is for the two sitting Republican senators in Georgia to be re-elected.

Should both Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler lose their seats in Georgia in January, the Senate will be split down the middle. If Joe Biden is inaugurated the next president on January 20, Vice President Kamala Harris would have the tiebreaker vote on legislation that has a clean split down the middle.

Without Republican support, far-left legislation would only be stopped if Democrats stepped up and opposed it – and with the vitriol that left-wing activists direct towards defector, that seems unlikely to happen.

Georgia Republican spokeswoman Abigail Sigler issued a statement on Friday condemning the extremist measures proposed by candidates Warnock and Ossoff, explaining how they would effectively oversee the defunding of the police.

“Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock have already endorsed defunding the police and continue to accept support from far-left activists who will throw our country into chaos,” she said. “Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler have made it clear they will stand with law enforcement and ensure they have the resources they need to keep our communities safe.”

Could Georgians vote for senate candidates who support defunding the police?