Guess who Loves Kathy Griffin? Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff

This post is a special one for our readers in the Peach State where liberal Democrat Jon Ossoff is hoping to win a seat that has historically favored Republicans. His opponent Karen Handel is a hard-working conservative who has long served her fellow citizens in Georgia, but she’s having difficulty gaining traction as the Democrats from Hollywood and D.C. continue to funnel money into the District.

However, the recent disgust surrounding Kathy Griffin’s grotesque stunt where she faux-beheaded President Trump should give voters in Georgia’s 6th District yet another reason to stop supporting Jon Ossoff. Why? Because Ossoff and Kathy are good buddies – in fact she’s a big supporter of his cause. (In fact, many hateful liberal Hollywood types have been showering Ossoff with money and praise of late.) The fact is that while Ossoff fits in with the liberals in Hollywood, D.C., and New York City – he doesn’t fit in with your average voter in Georgia. He really doesn’t even fit in with your average Georgia Democrat who is far more moderate than the uber-liberal Ossoff.

The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) has just released an ad explaining the close connections between liberals like Kathy Griffin and Jon Ossoff:

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And the folks at Georgia Gun Owners are worried that many of the voters in the 6th District don’t understand just how liberal Ossoff is, so they recently put together a short video to explain why Ossoff doesn’t deserve the votes of 6th district voters.

The simple truth of Ossoff’s campaign is that he has been bought and paid for by the liberal elites in Hollywood. He’s not looking out for Georgia’s voters, instead, he represents the values of his Hollywood donors.

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