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As attention turns to the January 5, 2021 Senate runoff elections in Georgia, I thought it would be interesting to look back at our 2017 coverage of Democrat Jon Ossoff and his bid for the House in Georgia’s 6th congressional district. At that time, Ossoff was running for a House seat in a conservative, anti-Trump Georgia district he didn’t live in, was allegedly supported in part by tax dollars via Rep. Hank “Guam will tip over” Johnson, and was deemed by anti-Trump MSNBC host Joe Scarborough as a “Bernie Sanders socialist.” With all the Democrat focus on mail-in ballots, it’s interesting to recall that Ossoff didn’t vote in the 2012 election because “he was studying abroad.” Ossoff’s House race for Georgia’s 6th district was the most expensive House race in U. S. history, with Ossoff raising at least five times the amount raised by his opponent, Republican Karen Handel. Then, as now, he complained about “dark money in politics.” Despite the profligate spending on his campaign, the bulk of it coming—then as now—from out of state, Ossoff lost that election. If you recall, Democrats were very excited about this race because it was going to be a “referendum on President Trump,” but it ended up being a “gut punch” to Democrats when Ossoff lost by nearly four points. As an interesting side note, Johnson (of Guam will tip over fame) asserted in 2017 that the election was “stolen” from Ossoff. Apparently, only Democrat allegations of election irregularities are acceptable, as is (only) Democrat refusal to accept presidential election results. This theory of Democrats’ and their social/media activist arms’ uneven partisan application of what’s acceptable in contesting an election may well be put the test in January. Ossoff, who has never held political office, is currently running against Sen. David Perdue and is again being blasted for his far left ideology. --Flashback 2017: Despite Most Expensive House Race in History, Jon Ossoff Lost Bid For #GA06 --https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/flashback-2017-despite-most-expensive-house-race-in-history-jon-ossoff-lost-bid-for-ga06/ -RETRIEVED-Sat Nov 21 2020 15:37:02 GMT+0100 (Central European Standard Time)
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#riggedelection #democratelectionfraud #deepstate #christopherkrebs #democratcorruption Krebs left the 2020 election infrastructure insecure Christopher Krebs was responsible for the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency in the course of the 2020 election, which he characterized as the most secure in the country’s history. President Trump fired him yesterday, prompting a fresh torrent of claims from his media and other admirers that there’s “no evidence” of fraud and decrying Kreb’s termination. In fact, voting irregularities and misconduct, to say nothing of simple human errors, did happen this year. As always. What remains to be determined – and proven – is whether such defrauding affects the outcome of the presidential race. Christopher Krebs should have been removed long before now, however, for not acting on warnings his office received before the election that electronic voting systems used by 28 states were materially compromised. That failure may well have enabled massive fraud that has compromised the 2020 election, as well.
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As attention turns to the January 5, 2021 Senate runoff elections in Georgia, I thought it would be interesting to look back at our 2017 coverage of Democrat Jon Ossoff and his bid for the House in Georgia’s 6th congressional district. At that time, Ossoff was running for a House seat in a conservative, anti-Trump Georgia district he didn’t live in, was allegedly supported in part by tax dollars via Rep. Hank “Guam will tip over” Johnson, and was deemed by anti-Trump MSNBC host Joe Scarborough as a “Bernie Sanders socialist.” With all the Democrat focus on mail-in ballots, it’s interesting to recall that Ossoff didn’t vote in the 2012 election because “he was studying abroad.” Ossoff’s House race for Georgia’s 6th district was the most expensive House race in U. S. history, with Ossoff raising at least five times the amount raised by his opponent, Republican Karen Handel. Then, as now, he complained about “dark money in politics.” Despite the profligate spending on his campaign, the bulk of it coming—then as now—from out of state, Ossoff lost that election. If you recall, Democrats were very excited about this race because it was going to be a “referendum on President Trump,” but it ended up being a “gut punch” to Democrats when Ossoff lost by nearly four points. As an interesting side note, Johnson (of Guam will tip over fame) asserted in 2017 that the election was “stolen” from Ossoff. Apparently, only Democrat allegations of election irregularities are acceptable, as is (only) Democrat refusal to accept presidential election results. This theory of Democrats’ and their social/media activist arms’ uneven partisan application of what’s acceptable in contesting an election may well be put the test in January. Ossoff, who has never held political office, is currently running against Sen. David Perdue and is again being blasted for his far left ideology. --Flashback 2017: Despite Most Expensive House Race in History, Jon Ossoff Lost Bid For #GA06 --https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/flashback-2017-despite-most-expensive-house-race-in-history-jon-ossoff-lost-bid-for-ga06/ -RETRIEVED-Sat Nov 21 2020 15:37:02 GMT+0100 (Central European Standard Time)
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#riggedelection #democratelectionfraud #deepstate #christopherkrebs #democratcorruption Krebs left the 2020 election infrastructure insecure Christopher Krebs was responsible for the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency in the course of the 2020 election, which he characterized as the most secure in the country’s history. President Trump fired him yesterday, prompting a fresh torrent of claims from his media and other admirers that there’s “no evidence” of fraud and decrying Kreb’s termination. In fact, voting irregularities and misconduct, to say nothing of simple human errors, did happen this year. As always. What remains to be determined – and proven – is whether such defrauding affects the outcome of the presidential race. Christopher Krebs should have been removed long before now, however, for not acting on warnings his office received before the election that electronic voting systems used by 28 states were materially compromised. That failure may well have enabled massive fraud that has compromised the 2020 election, as well.
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Now that you mention it... 😆 -Mrs. entryreqrd

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