Obama: GA 'you have the power to change America'

Former President Barack Obama headed to Georgia on Monday on the last full day of campaigning before the election to encourage turnout for his former vice president Joe Biden. (Nov. 2)

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BARACK OBAMA: I've got one word for you Atlanta.

- What's that?

BARACK OBAMA: Tomorrow. Tomorrow, after four years of failure, you have the power to change America. Tomorrow you can put an end to the politics that tries to divide a nation just to win an election. That tries to stoke conspiracy theories and-- and fear at a time when we need competence and we need hope.

Tomorrow is the most important election of our lifetimes. And you can deliver the change that we need, but you're going to have to vote. If you haven't dropped off your ballot yet, please do not wait any longer. If you voted already, help your friends and family find their polling places at iwillvote.com. Help them make a plan to vote tomorrow because this election is going to take every single one of us.

I mean, they've already said they're not going to contain the pandemic. Now they want to fire the one person who could actually help them contain the pandemic. So Georgia, if you think they've done a bad job at managing COVID so far, basically what they're telling you now is, you ain't seen nothing yet. Trump's saying he might-- in this election, he's been saying he might declare victory before all the votes have been counted. Well, that's just what he did on this virus, and how'd that turn out? Listen, America deserves better than this. Georgia, you deserve better than this.