Jon Ossoff, a Democratic Senate candidate in Georgia, hyped the reporting of Xinhua News – a Chinese Communist Party-run news outlet – with a shoutout on Twitter and has shared clips praising the advances of China’s Navy. The unearthed remarks – occurring on Twitter in 2012 – are in addition to Ossoff’s financial ties to another Chinese state-run media company – a relationship he failed to include on financial disclosures and labeled “paperwork oversight” by his campaign. On November 7th, 2012 he encouraged Twitter users to “follow @XHNews (Xinhua – Chinese state media)”: Esp. during 18th Party Congress, #follow @XHNews
The Chairman of Georgia’s Election Law Study subcommittee of the Standing Senate Judiciary Committee cautioned that the election’s “reported results must be viewed as untrustworthy” and recommended the state rescind its electors and conduct a forensic audit. The 15-page report, authored by Chairman William Ligon, details the oral testimony heard by the committee regarding election fraud, irregularities, and errors – virtually all of which boosted Democratic candidate Joe Biden. In short, he summarizes: “the November 3, 2020 election was chaotic and the results cannot be trusted.” In addition to recommending transparent election measure, Ligon also recommends “forensic audits of ballots
Jon Ossoff’s Deputy Digital Organizing Director Kiayna O’Neal locked her Twitter account following a National Pulse exposé highlighting her history of anti-White tweets. Hours prior to the piece, O’Neal’s page was public, meaning anyone could access her old tweets. Now, however, her account has been set to private, allowing O’Neal to vet who can see her tweets. Tweets unearthed by The National Pulse date back to 2011 and 2012. They reveal O’Neal’s disdain for black men having relationships with white women, as she lamented a man “picking a white one” and a man being “with a white woman.” READ O’NEAL’S TWEETS HERE.
Kiayna O’Neal, employed by Jon Ossoff’s Georgia Senate campaign as a Digital Director, has a history of racist, anti-white tweets including shaming men for being with white women and celebrating “p*ssing all the white people off.” Tweets unearthed by The National Pulse – who also served as a Digital Organizing Associate for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign – date back to 2011 and 2012. They reveal O’Neal’s disdain for black men having relationships with white women, as she lamented a man “picking a white one” and a man being “with a white woman.” Ossoff’s Deputy Digital Organizing Director also responded “lmao!”
Georgia is conducting a statewide review of signatures on absentee ballots after weeks of pressure from President Trump and his campaign. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced the statewide review in a press release on Thursday. The announcement comes after his office approved an initial signature review in one county, Cobb, on Monday. “We are confident that elections in Georgia are secure, reliable, and effective,” Raffensperger said in a statement. “Despite endless lawsuits and wild allegations from Washington, D.C. pundits, we have seen no actual evidence of widespread voter fraud, though we are investigating all credible reports. Nonetheless, we look
An analysis of ballot transfer forms from Cobb County reveals that 78 percent of the more than 89,000 absentee ballots from drop box locations, required to be “immediately transported” to the county registrar according to Emergency Rule of the State Election Board for Absentee Voting, took more than one hour to be transferred to election officials. State Election Board Emergency Rule 183-1-14-0.8-.14 relative to securing absentee ballot drop boxes was adopted by the State Election Board at the July 1, 2020, meeting. In addition to other prescriptive requirements for securing the absentee ballot drop boxes, which were placed at 16 locations throughout
Charles Finch, a literary critic for establishment media outlets including the New York Times and the Washington Post, posted a fake image of a house, purporting it belonged to Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler. Finch, a novelist, shared an image of a luxury mansion to his Twitter account on December 6th, insisting he was “staring in total absorption at Kelly Loeffler’s house.” The $15 million property, however, does not actually belong to Loeffler but rather television host Steve Harvey. The post, which, at the time of publishing, has been uploaded for less than 24 hours has received over 2,300 retweets and
Elena Parent, the Chairwoman of Georgia State Senate Democrats, slammed Dominion voting machines as “opposed by national security experts,” suggesting the state’s decision to go with the vendor “reeks of corruption.” Parent, who serves as the Vice Chairman of Campaigns and Fundraising, criticized the controversial voting system in 2019. Referencing how the company’s machines fail to provide results for a satisfactory audit, she poses the question: Why on earth would we buy less secure machines that are opposed by the voters, opposed by national security experts, at risk of being decertified right now in New York, are far more expensive