Georgia Democrat Senate Candidate threatens: Conservatives will never be able to show their faces in public

Georgia Democrat Senate Candidate threatens: Conservatives
will never be able to show their faces in public 1

ATLANTA, GA- In a video that was first circulated back in January 2020, Georgia Democrat Senate candidate Jon Ossoff suggested that conservatives and Trump supporters would not be able to show their faces in public because of their political views.

In the video, which seems to have been taken at a fundraising event at a restaurant, Ossoff is filmed saying:

“We need to send a message that if you indulge this kind of politics, you’re not just going to get beaten. You’re going to get beaten so bad you can never run or show your face again in public.”

In a new op-ed published by The Savannah Morning News, CNN contributor Scott Jennings highlights Ossoff’s comments as an example of how liberal are trying to “intimidate conservatives into silence.”

Jennings said:

“Earlier this year, Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff of Georgia said he wanted Republicans ‘beaten so bad’ they can never ‘show their face again in public.’ I might all for a poor choice of words with dual meanings on the former, but the latter is clearly a personal reference.”

Jennings added:

“The goal is to intimidate conservatives into silence. A future controlled by liberals is one where political opposition won’t be tolerated. The only speech allowed will be that which is approved by the left-wing authorities and their media enforcers.”

It seems that Democrats have increasingly adopted a strategy of “total politics” against their political enemies, utilizing complex and organized de-platforming campaigns, violence, and censorship in an attempt to crush the opposition.

Although the video was first shared in January, it has been re-circulated recently as Ossoff prepares to face Republican David Purdue in a special election for the U.S. Senate.

Both of Georgia’s U.S. Senate seats will be contested in the election, with Republican Kelly Loeffler facing Democrat Raphael Warnock in the same contest.

It was recently reported that Perdue declined an invitation to debate Ossoff ahead of the January runoff election for his seat. MaryLynn Ryan, the chair of the Atlanta Press Club said that Perdue declined an invitation to participate in a December 6th debate. 

Reportedly, Ossoff’s campaign stated that they have accepted the Press Club’s invitation, with Ossoff tweeting:

“Looks like Sen. David Perdue is too much of a coward to debate me again…Senator, come on out and try to defend your record. I’m ready to go.”

Perdue campaign manager Ben Fry said in a statement:

“The runoff in Georgia is an extension of the November 3rd general election, where 52 percent of Georgians voted against Jon Ossoff and his radical agenda. Perdue had a commanding first place win, outpacing Ossoff by over 85,000 votes— in nearly every other state, Perdue would have been re-elected already.”

Perdue warned that retaining the two Georgia seats headed for a runoff would serve as “the last line of defense against” the liberal socialist agenda the Democrats will perpetrate.

He said:

“What’s at stake is this is that Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will change the rules int the Senate so they can do anything they want with 50 votes plus the vice president’s vote as a tiebreaker.”

If Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the 2020 election, the Vice President Kamala Harris would be the one to cast deciding votes. 

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ATLANTA, GA- A week after Election Day 2020 and the fate of control of the Senate is still in doubt as two senate races in Georgia are likely headed for run-off elections on January 5, 2021. 

Democrats have not had control of the Senate since 2014 and will likely need to win both of the seats to retake the majority. However, there appears to be a major loophole in Georgia’s state legislature for potential voter fraud.

This loophole has created a strong likelihood that the balance of power in the U.S. Senate will be decided not by current Georgia residents, but by many new voters not in Georgia today.

It is quite easy to establish residency and register to vote in Georgia. In fact, it can be done in less than two weeks. Allegedly, all one needs to do is to get an address, such as a sublet and then procure a utility bill or get a driver’s license in Georgia.

Someone could easily work from Athens, Atlanta, or Savannah, print an online utility bill and then file some paperwork to get their agenda cemented. Not to mention, there are no length of residency requirements in Georgia, so someone who just moves to the state could essentially register to vote on day one. 

However, the law “defines” residency as “without any present intuition of removing therefrom the fixed habitation.” In addition:

“A person shall not be considered to have gained a residence in any county or municipality of this state into which such person has come for temporary purposes only without the intention of making such county or municipality such person’s permanent place of abode.”

Reportedly, Georgia law for first-time voters who complete a paper voter registration form requires additional documentation whereas if first time voters click on a specific link and do not opt to use the paper mail in option they do not need to provide such additional documentation. 

In response to this “resident loophole,” Democrats are advocating for “blue voters” to become Georgia residents before the upcoming runoff elections. Democrats could essentially drum up enough voters to match general election turnouts and flip the state.

Additionally, the state’s voter I.D. laws allow individuals to use an out-of-state driver’s license to vote. On Friday, Democratic activist and former presidential candidate Andrew Yang told his 1.7 million followers to go to Georgia for the two runoff races. He tweeted:

“The best thing we could do for Joe Biden is to get him a Democratic Senate. There should be a coordination of resources. Everyone who campaigned for Joe should get ready to head to Georgia. I’ll go. It’s the only way to sideline Mitch and give Joe a unified government.”

He added:

“There isn’t much time. The earliest date for absentee ballots to be mailed for the runoff is Nov. 18. The registration deadline is Dec. 7. The in-person early voting begins Dec. 14.”

The very next day, Yang announced that his move to Georgia would be specifically for the runoffs. He tweeted:

“Great news #yanggang- Evelyn and I are moving to Georgia to help @ossoff and @ReverendWarnock win! This is our only chance to clear Mitch out of the way and help Joe and Kamala get things done in the next 4 years. More details to come, but let’s go!!!”

Another Democratic activist, Tamara Stevens who organized the Handmaids Coalition of Georgia, invited voters to become Georgia residents temporarily for the runoff elections. She tweeted:

“Hey all you Northern Democrats! You are all invited to spend the winter in Georgia!!! Come on down and we will cook for you too!!! Y’allywood…start ramping up productions and get those West Coast Liberals here too!”



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