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
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!”
If the #Resist movement wants to have a shot at stopping President Trump and the GOP from passing its conservative agenda, they will need the Democrats to win the House of Representatives in 2018. As we have covered at The National Pulse previously, winning the Senate is too steep a hill to climb for Democrats. There are just two GOP senators in peril in 2018 — Sens. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Dean Heller (R-Nev.) — while there are ten Democratic senators up for re-election in states Trump won in 2016. With the GOP currently possessing a 52-48 majority, it seems highly unlikely that the Democrats
Last night, Republican Karen Handel defeated her Democratic opponent Jon Ossoff by nearly four points in the special election runoff for Georgia’s 6th district. Twitter was awash with arguments about the importance or lack of importance of these results. Republicans were touting the fact that Handel had won in what many in the mainstream media had previously called a referendum election. The Left dismissed the results, explaining away the loss by emphasizing the district’s Republican lean. A closer look shows just how devastating the election was to the Democrats. For several months, political pundits and Democratic operatives have salivated over the possibility of
The race for HHS Secretary Tom Price’s House seat in Georgia has intensified this week, as Democrat Jon Ossoff released an ad targeting his Republican opponent Karen Handel. In the 30-second video, Mindy Fine, a Georgia OBGYN, chastises Handel for pulling funding for Planned Parenthood when she was the Senior Vice President of Public Policy at Susan G. Komen for the Cure: Part of a normal exam is screening for breast and cervical cancer. When we catch it early, we save lives. But Karen Handel cut off funding for Planned Parenthood cancer screenings when she was an executive at Susan
Dems failed in Kansas and are now failing in Georgia. Great job Karen Handel! It is now Hollywood vs. Georgia on June 20th. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 19, 2017 President Trump has a way of pointing out the obvious that everyone else is missing. This is why he has been so good at branding — not only himself and his company, but his political rivals from the campaign (low-energy, little, etc.) and in the media (fake news). The race in GA-06, however, was not just Hollywood versus Georgia. It was the liberal elite versus Trump. The Left has
The Democrats, riding a wave of liberal anger and angst in the era of Donald Trump, hoped to begin picking off the GOP majority in Congress early. Their first fail was in last week’s Kansas special election, where Republican Ron Estes beat the Democrat James Thompson by 7 points. Next up: Georgia, where Democrats hoped Jon Ossoff would make it over the 50 percent mark to avoid a runoff. Instead, he fell two points short running against more than a dozen Republicans. “The myth of Jon Ossoff died tonight. Despite a heavy advertising advantage and a national stream of unlimited