Surprise! It seems that the Democrat bench in Georgia’s 6th district is so thin that they cannot even find a candidate among the people who actually LIVE in the community. Instead, they had to leave the beautiful 6th district, travel down to Atlanta proper and drag back the carpetbagging Jon Ossoff in an attempt to steal a seat that should go to a Republican candidate. In fact, the district is so red that even though he’s facing a handful of Republicans… Ossoff still can’t manage to get to 50% support among the district’s voters. Meanwhile the cadre of GOP hopefuls don’t seem to care enough about the seat to gracefully bow out and allow one of their number to face Ossoff and ensure that the district stays red.
Hopefully, this last minute revelation that Ossoff is nothing more than a hack, bought and paid for by the Democrat Party in an attempt to steal an unguarded seat, will be enough to wake up the 6th District and ensure that they send this carpetbagger back from whence he came.
Alisyn Camerota: Mr. Ossoff, is it true that you cannot vote for yourself?
Jon Ossoff: Well, I grew up in this district. I grew up in this community. No one knew there was going to be an election coming. I’ve been living with Alicia, my girlfriend of 12 years, down by Emory University where she’s a full-time medical student, and as soon as she concludes her medical training I’ll be 10 minutes back up the street into the district where I grew up. But I want to support her and her career and do right by her.
Alisyn Camerota: So, when are you going to marry her?
Jon Ossoff: Well, I don’t want to give anything away but I think I can reasonably say that’s more of a personal question. I’ll give you a call when I have something to announce.
Alisyn Camerota: Please do. Perhaps, say, an Election Day proposal would be good. But I guess your point is that you don’t live in your — the district in which you’re running, so you will not be able to vote for yourself.
Jon Ossoff: Well, I grew up in this district, I grew up in this community. It’s my home. My family is still there. I’m a mile and one-half down the street to support Alicia while she finishes medical school. It’s something I’ve been very transparent about. In fact, I’m proud to be supporting her career and as soon as she finishes her medical training I’ll be 10 minutes back up the road into the district where I grew up.