WTAS: Ossoff “Spent The Vast Majority Of The Debate Lying About His Own Record”
Jon Ossoff will say anything to hide his radical, socialist agenda
In Georgia’s first U.S. Senate debate of 2020, David Perdue exposed Jon Ossoff’s radical socialist agenda, as the Democrat showed he would say anything to hide it from the people of this state. Georgia and national news outlets took note of Ossoff’s repeated false claims and Senator Perdue’s efforts to hold him accountable for his lies. Here are some highlights of the coverage:
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution noted
The Republican pivoted by criticizing Ossoff’s firm for selling a documentary to a Hong Kong-based company with ties to China.
“You took money from the Chinese government that originated this virus in the first place,” Perdue said.
Ossoff shot back: “That’s the swamp, folks.”
During their report, WALB-TV highlighted Senator Perdue calling out Ossoff for his weak stance on court packing, labeling him a “rubber stamp” for Chuck Schumer:
Georgia Public Broadcasting reported that Senator Perdue drove home his message as he exposed Ossoff’s radical socialist agenda:
“He will say anything to hide his radical Socialist agenda,” Perdue said — seven times, to be exact — of his Democratic opponent. “He wants the Green New Deal, he wants to defund the police, he wants to close military bases in Georgia, he wants to force socialized medicine.”
Fox 5 Atlanta showed Senator Perdue laying out the radical socialist agenda that Ossoff supports, including defunding the police, the Green new Deal, socialized medicine, and closing military bases in Georgia:
Townhall writes: “Ossoff, notorious for inflating his own credentials, spent the vast majority of the debate lying about his own record:”
Georgia Senate candidate Jon Ossoff (D) faced off against incumbent GOP Senator David Perdue on Monday night, in the first debate of the general election. Ossoff, notorious for inflating his own credentials, spent the vast majority of the debate lying about his own record.
Sen. Perdue criticized Ossoff for his business relationship with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), a claim that Ossoff said was “absolutely false,” but his own financial filings show otherwise. Ossoff’s film company took at least $5,000 in donations from PCCW media, a company partially owned by a company maintained by the CCP. Ossoff initially hid this business relationship for two years, as Sen. Perdue pointed out.
And leaders across Georgia praised Senator Perdue for his commanding debate performance:
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp: “Incredibly proud of David Perdue for his strong debate performance today on GPB News. There’s no doubt that Sen. Perdue is a proven leader w/ a real record of results. Hardworking Georgians appreciate his selfless service to our state & country. Keep choppin’, Senator!”
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr: “I am thankful to have a partner like Senator Perdue in our efforts to keep all Georgians safe and secure and stop the lawless Defund the Police movement. He’s fighting for our rights in Washington, so let’s fight to re-elect him in Georgia. Best of luck in today’s debate Senator!”
Janelle King: “Finally, an opportunity to showcase past performance and professional records! I’m confident Sen. David Perdue’s record wins, hands down!”
Congressman Tom Graves: “Solid Senator Perdue. Still the outsider. With the grit and experience Georgia deserves.”
RNC Committeeman Jason Thompson: “Looking forward to Senator David Perdue’s first debate today at 3pm. He continues to serve Georgia well as a businessman/outsider. Contrast that with his opponent who has never held a real job. Georgians need to re-elect Senator Perdue.”