Ex White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah argued Sunday was the result of January Georgia Senate Runoff races Will play a role in the future of an investigation Hunter Bidens Business transactions.
In the interview “News Headquarters in the United States” With host Leland Wittert, Farah said he believes Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office Inquiry into the “tax matters” of Junior Biden Will lead to the appointment of a special prosecutor.
“But it’s clear what’s under the control of the Senate Democrats, We are not going to get answers to these basic questions around Hunter Biden Business finance, “She said.” So, we need to make sure of that Republican Keep control of the Senate so we can get the answer [this]. “
Currently the Senate balance Republicans are leaning in favor of 50-48 seats, The majority needs 51. Should Democrats take Peach State seats? Kamala Harris elected Vice President Can act as a tiebreaker, which the White House and Senate give to the Progressive Party.
“The corona virus is at the forefront, because Operation Warp Speed, We’ve got to where we are because of the incredible public-private partnership – we have millions of people Vaccines Deployed by the end of the month – I think we have real confidence that we are trending in the right direction at COVID, ”she said.
There are cases Increased nationwide Last week, the testing positivity rate in Georgia was over 12%, According to the Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center.
As Local schools began to close again, Cases It rose more than 21% to 38,669 More than 280 deaths in the past week. Total death toll in Georgia 10,000 exceeded, Americans are eagerly awaiting Distribution of a vaccine.
However, as life is taken away, so are livelihoods.
“But the second problem we see is the economy,” Farah continued. “How do we rebuild our economy after this incredible success? And what motivates people?” [is] The fear is going to end Tax cuts? Do we have a regulatory agenda? Building construction work Are we creating more jobs and more jobs in this moment we are living in?
“So, it’s going to come down to who controls the Senate,” she explained.
“We think the Republicans’ backstop in the Senate is motivating the people of Georgia,” Farah said.