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GEORGIA: Democrat Senate Candidate Ossoff Pushes For One-Party Rule Citing ‘Pandemic Crisis’

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The most important political contest in the United States will take place on January 5, 2021, in the State of Georgia where two run-off elections will determine who represents that state in the US Senate. But they will also decide whether the United States succumbs to one-party rule.

The January 5 run-off elections pit incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), against a pro-Black theology Progressive, Rev. Raphael Warnock, and incumbent Sen. David Purdue (R-GA), who is running against failed Democrat US congressional candidate and independent filmmaker Jon Ossoff.

In a recent interview with CNN, Ossoff telegraphed the overall goal of the 2020 Democrat campaign platform: One-party rule.

Ossoff said if Republicans remain in the majority in the Senate, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), would affect “paralysis” at a time of “crisis.”

“We all know what’s going to happen if McConnell holds the Senate – he will try to do to (Joe) Biden and (Kamala) Harris just like he tried to do to President (Barack) Obama,” Ossoff said. “It will be paralysis, partisan trench warfare, obstructionism as far as the eye can see at a moment of crisis, when we need strong action.”

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The “crisis” Ossoff was referring to is the COVID pandemic.

Both Moderna and Pfizer have applied for Emergency Use Authorization from the Food & Drug Administration and have announced it will submit for an emergency use listing of its vaccine with the World Health Organization.

Additionally, in a new study which was censored by social media, John Hopkins University assistant program director for the Applied Economics master’s degree program, Genevieve Briand, wrote,  “[I]n contrast to most people’s assumptions, the number of deaths by COVID-19 is not alarming. In fact, it has relatively no effect on deaths in the United States.”

In continuing his Democrat talking-point fear narrative, Ossoff targeted those most vulnerable to the propaganda, emphasizing the “need for a functioning government” at a time when Georgians and people across the country are “struggling to feed themselves, keep their businesses open and are facing potential evictions and foreclosures.”

One-party rule happened in the immediate aftermath of the 2008 General Election that saw Barack Obama ascend to the presidency.

In the first two years, Democrats – who ruled without obstruction or meaningful debate –delivered Obamacare to the country, a law that benefited few while forcing the overwhelming majority to pay more for health insurance.

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Frank Salvato is the co-host of the Underground USA podcast and host of the National File podcast RightMinded. His writing has been recognized by the US House International Relations Committee and the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention, and has been published by The American Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, Accuracy in Media, and Breitbart. Mr. Salvato appeared on The O'Reilly Factor on FOX News Channel and is the author of six books examining internal and external threats facing our country. He can be heard twice weekly on “The Captain’s America: Third Watch” radio program syndicated nationally on the Salem Broadcasting Network and Genesis Communications affiliate stations.




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