Georgia Democrats Trashed by NRSC Amid Tense Runoffs

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In Georgia, Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are running to become U.S. senators; this has landed them in runoff races against Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, both of whom are seeking re-election.

Early voting in Georgia began a week ago and already more than 1.3 million Peach State residents have cast their ballots. Meanwhile, polls in Georgia show that Warnock and Ossoff are trailing their GOP rivals.


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Republicans have not held back on slamming both Georgia Democrats for the policies they support and the individuals they’ve aligned themselves with. Not too long ago, the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) issued some clear warnings about Ossoff and Warnock, while speaking with Breitbart News.

The Reality About Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff

Jesse Hunt, the NSRC’s communications director, spoke precisely about the dangers of electing Warnock and Ossoff into Congress. He denounced the radical agenda that both Georgia Democrats have in store for the nation, before touching upon some of the specific issues with these senatorial candidates.

Hunt pointed out Warnock’s track record of denigrating servicemembers and police officers, while being simultaneously supported by folks in favor of defunding the police. The NRSC communications director furthermore warned that Warnock is a “radical’s radical.” Then, Hunt pointed out that Warnock once called for the nation to “repent” for what the Democrat called a “worship of whiteness.”

Ossoff, who has openly backed economic lockdowns and Second Amendment infringements, isn’t any better. Hunt deemed this Georgia Democrat as a “trust fund socialist” before continuing further.

Per the NRSC communications director, Ossoff would serve as a “rubber stamp” for the extremist agendas congressional Democrats seek to ram through the government. Hunt then made a point of noting that Ossoff is simply riding the coattails of his father’s achievements while having none of his own.

Stopping Ossoff and Warnock

In order to stop Ossoff and Warnock, Georgians will have to get out and cast their votes. Those who have yet to do this have until December 31 for early voting; then, after that, voters in Georgia can cast their ballots on the Election Day of January 5.

Republicans in different parts of America are throwing support behind Perdue and Loeffler, while imploring Georgians to re-elect these two GOP senators.

What do you think about the Georgia Democrats running for seats in the U.S. Senate? Let us know your opinions on Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in the comments section below!