Watch: Failed Dem Says Conservatives Should 'Never Show Their Faces In Public Again'
A Georgia Democrat, Jon Ossoff thinks that Republicans and Trump supporters should never show their faces in public again. His comments sound very similar to the rest of the unhinged Democrats who can't handle the energy the President reignites in American patriots.
Ossoff failed in his 2017 effort to win Georgia’s 6th District in Congress. The 32-year-old lost a special election to Republican Karen Handel despite raising $30 million in what ultimately became the most expensive House race in U.S. history.
Ossoff is hoping to clinch the Democratic nomination to challenge Sen. David Perdue, who is a staunch ally of President Trump.
“We need to send a message that if you indulge this kind of politics, you’re not just going to get beat, you’re going to get beaten so bad you can never run or show your face again in public,” Ossoff said.
“We have had enough, absolutely enough, of what we are getting from Donald Trump and his fellow travelers right now,” added the Democrat.
Ossoff announced his run for the Senate in 2020 and vows to fight 'abuse of power'. I guess he's forgotten that it's been his fellow Democrats who have taken advantage of taxpayers.
“Georgia, I’m running for Senate,” the Democrat posted via Twitter. “Political corruption threatens our republic and the future of the planet. The battle we began in Georgia in 2017 will be won in Georgia in 2020 when we win the White House and the Senate.”
Jon @Ossoff is out to cancel conservatism. In a new clip he says he wants to make it so Republicans/ Trump supporters "never show their faces again"
Ironic because most thought Ossoff would be too embarrassed to ever show his face again after burning $30M to lose his last race. pic.twitter.com/O3A352jWre
— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) January 28, 2020
The comment, which resembled Maxine Waters's appeal to Democrats to harass Trump supporters in the streets, prompted a response from National Republican Senatorial Committee representative Nathan Brand. "Sir, this is an Applebee’s," Brand said. "In all seriousness, though, Ossoff’s outburst and disparaging comments about Georgia voters is simply another attempt to appease his radical Hollywood donors."