- John Osoff, Georgia’s Democratic challenger, David David Perdue, took one job ahead of two Republican senators in the state for the election next week.
- Ossoff ripped off Perdue and Sen. Kelly Loeffler and accused them of “defecting” by using their offices to “enrich themselves.”
- Both Perdue and Loeffler were charged with insider trading.
- Ossoff also claimed that Loeffler’s challenger Democrat Rev. The attacks on Rafael Warnock were meant to distract from the Loeffler “campaign” with a former clansman.
- Lofer photographed earlier this month with Chester Dolls, the former head of the KKK and a member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance, but refused to know who he was.
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Georgia Democratic Senate candidate John Ossoff took the opportunity to kill the Republican censor. The charges, which Kyle Loeffler and David Perdue alleged were using one after another to “enrich” their offices. Fox news crew Contacted him while in the air.
Ossoff is in a runoff election against Purdue, and has called on Fox News viewers to look beyond bias before the runoff election.
“We have two United States senators in Georgia, who have used their offices explicitly to enrich themselves. It is beyond favoritism. And the reason for your question is that I want to work for all people in health and jobs and Talk about justice that we can unite behind. ” Program, ”claimed Osoff.
—John Ossoff (@ossoff) 31 December 2020
He proposed to reopen the nine rural hospitals closing in the state, raising the minimum wage and working to pass the “Historic Civil Rights and Voting Rights Act to secure equal justice for all”.
Both Loeffler and Perdue have faced criticism for buying and selling stocks while in office.
The US Department of Justice began an investigation into Loeffler following a private briefing on Coronavirus that sold millions of dollars in stock in January. Loeffler, a polyandry, is also married to the president of the New York Stock Exchange.
The investigation did not lead to accusations, but Loeffler has avoided answering questions about whether US senators should be allowed to trade in stocks when they are still in office and more recently their “leftist media Lied “questions asked in the trade of” conspiracy. “
Perdue also came under scrutiny for buying stock in a personal protective equipment company the same day he received a classified Senate briefing on coronavirus. A US Department of Justice investigation was also dropped without charges.
Ossoff also addressed whether domestic abuse allegations against Revere Rafael Warnock who are working to unite Loeffler would obstruct the Democratic ticket.
Warnock’s ex-wife accused the candidate of running over her leg in newly released police body-camera footage during a domestic dispute in March.
Ouleye Ndoye told authorities that Warnock climbed on his leg while trying to leave with his two children.
“This man is running for the United States Senate, and all he cares about right now is his reputation,” Nidoy can be heard stating the officer.
Warnock told officers that he believed he was too far away and barely drove his car.
“I barely went,” he said. “And suddenly she’s screaming that I ran on her leg. I can’t believe it.”
He was not charged with a crime and medical officials said that Ndoy had no injuries to his leg.
Ossoff said the charge against Warnock was an attempt by Loeffler to “distract from the fact that he is campaigning with a former member of the Ku Klux Klan.”
Earlier this month, Lofer accompanied Chester Dolls, a former head of the KKK and a member of the Neo-Nazi National Alliance.
Dolce posted a photo of herself and Loeffler on the Russian social network VKontakte (VK) on Friday with the caption “Kyle Leofner [sic] And I Save America, Stop Socialism! “
Loeffler said she did not know who he was when she was photographed.
Stephen Lawson, a spokesman for Loeffler’s campaign, said, “Kelly had no idea who she was and if she would have thrown her out immediately, as we condemn in the most outspoken terms.”
Loeffler’s office did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment at the time of publication.
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