Al-Jazeera Causes More Problems For Ossoff
CHASER: The United States government has just labeled AJ+, whose parent company is Al-Jazeera, a foreign agent for its political activities, The New York Times reports.
Jon Ossoff’s ties to Al-Jazeera drew controversy during his failed 2017 congressional bid. Despite this, Ossoff’s foreign film company – which he was only able to purchase with his family’s wealth – has continued to do business with Al-Jazeera, making a film with them as recently as 2018. This means that not only has Ossoff built his phony career by working with a scandal-plagued news agency linked to terrorists, but also with a foreign agent.
Ossoff claims in his TV ads that he’s an “investigative journalist” fighting against “corruption.” But in reality, he’s just a film producer who’s built a relationship with Al-Jazeera while ignoring all of its controversies.
What has not been reported is the exact amount Jon Ossoff’s foreign company Insight TWI has been paid since 2013 by Al-Jazeera. Ossoff has only filed the required minimum amount of $5,000 annually on his personal financial disclosure. Now that Al-Jazeera owns a company labeled a foreign agent by the United States government, Ossoff should provide all business transactions his company has been paid by Al-Jazeera since he took majority ownership of TWI Insight in 2013.