Empower Wisconsin | Nov. 12, 2020
By Guy Benson, Townhall
On Monday, we wrote about the paramount importance of Republicans winning Georgia’s pair of runoff US Senate elections in early January. It’s worth noting that this task isn’t just about preserving an upper chamber GOP majority to counter Nancy Pelosi’s House Democrats and the projected incoming Biden administration. It’s also about defeating two Democrats who don’t belong in the Senate.
David Perdue’s challenger is a young, unaccomplished empty suit who seems to be styling himself after Beto O’Rourke. He ran unsuccessfully for Congress in a recent special election, losing the race for a district in which he did not even reside. He’s now seeking to fail upward into the United States Senate, employing empty, gauzy platitudes about unity:
We will unite this country.
— Jon Ossoff (@ossoff) November 9, 2020
Democrat Jon Ossoff has made no attempt to unite anyone
— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) November 9, 2020
Nearly 2.5 million Georgia citizens have voted for President Trump in a contest that’s so close, it’s headed for a recount. Jon Ossoff likely hopes these Trump voters won’t ‘show their faces’ to vote against him on January 5th (with early voting starting December 14). Ossoff is also planning to spend the runoff demanding COVID relief, but he’s publicly opposed every COVID relief bill offered in the Senate this year. He’s a paint-by-numbers liberal lightweight “trust fund socialist” who views Trump supporters with open contempt, while demanding they unify. How appealing.
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