Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer waited only a few hours after several media outlets declared Joe Biden the winner of the presidential race before he declared the Democratic Party’s true intentions for the country should they reclaim the Senate. The control of the upper chamber of Congress will likely come down to two Georgia runoff races in January, since none of the candidates in either contest reached the 50 percent threshold to win.
“Now we take Georgia, then we change the world,” Schumer said, holding a black 2020 flag with a “no” symbol over a 45, denoting Donald Trump, the 45th president, and the words “Reclaiming my country.”
“Now we take Georgia, then we change America,” the New York Democrat said at what appeared to be a mass celebration in New York City.
Chuck Schumer at NYC celebration:
"Now we take Georgia and then we change America" pic.twitter.com/uIoy1NRR62
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