“The Myth of Jon Ossoff Died Tonight”: Hugely Touted, Massively Bankrolled Anti-Trump Dem Candidate FAILS, Faces Runoff

“The myth of Jon Ossoff died tonight. Despite a heavy advertising advantage and a national stream of unlimited resources, Jon Ossoff’s Hollywood-focused campaign finished no better than Hillary Clinton’s.”

The American people don’t want these hard-left shills for Soros and globalism. They want candidates who will put America and Americans first. The Democrats, the Party of Treason, still haven’t figured that out.

“Democrats Fail to ‘Flip the Sixth’ in Georgia Special Election,” by Brent Scher, Washington Free Beacon, April 19, 2017:

Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff fell short of the 50 percent threshold needed in Tuesday’s special election to avoid the runoff election that will now be held two months from now.

Ossoff, as expected, was the top vote-getter by a wide margin in the special election to fill Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District, but he pulled in shy of the 50 percent mark that would have won him the seat outright.

When the results were projected by CNN and others early Wednesday morning with 95 percent of the votes counted, Ossoff was at 48.6 percent.

Coming in behind Ossoff in the eighteen candidate race was Republican Karen Handel, Georgia’s former secretary of state who ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2010. Handel pulled away from the crowded Republican field, receiving about 20 percent of the vote, and will now face Ossoff one-on-one in June.

Missing from Tuesday’s vote tally is a vote from Ossoff, who was running to represent Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District despite the fact that he is not currently one of its residents.

Handel said before the results of the election were known that she was proud that there was a “competitive campaign” between Republican candidates, and criticized Ossoff as the beneficiary of a “coronation.”

“There was no coronation, which is what occurred on the Democratic side,” Handel said. “Everyone brought great ideas and new perspectives to the table and I appreciated that.”

After the election results became clear, Handel called for Republicans to come together for June’s election. With nearly all the votes counted, the New York Times’ Nate Cohn noted that Republican candidates collectively received more than 50 percent of the vote.

“Tomorrow, we start the campaign anew,” she said. “Beating Ossoff and holding this seat is something that rises above any one person.”

Ossoff’s failure to settle the election on Tuesday comes despite over $8 million that was raised by his campaign, which was seen by Democrats as the first chance to make an electoral statement after the defeat it was dealt last November.

Republicans seized on Ossoff’s record-breaking fundraising numbers by pointing out that the money came almost entirely from out-of-state sources, such as Hollywood celebrities Chelsea Handler and Rosie O’Donnell.

Money was not the only form of support that came from outside of Georgia. MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt reported on Monday that volunteers were traveling from as far as Berkeley, California, to help Ossoff break 50 percent in the special election.

Republicans will likely target Ossoff over the next two months with the same playbook it used against him in recent weeks.

The 30-year-old former congressional staffer for Rep. Hank Johnson (D., Ga.), who once compared Jewish people to termites, has been portrayed as an inexperienced “liberal” who will “rubber stamp Pelosi’s extreme agenda.”

President Donald Trump called Ossoff a “super liberal” on Twitter and recorded a robocall to voters in the district that was used in the campaign’s final days.

“Only you can stop the super liberal Democrats and Nancy Pelosi’s group, and in particular, Jon Ossoff,” Trump said in the call. “If you don’t vote tomorrow, Ossoff will raise your taxes, destroy your health care, and flood our country with illegal immigrants.”

Trump tweeted early Wednesday morning that he was “glad to be of help” in the election….

“The myth of Jon Ossoff died tonight,” said Corey Bliss, the group’s executive director. “Despite a heavy advertising advantage and a national stream of unlimited resources, Jon Ossoff’s Hollywood-focused campaign finished no better than Hillary Clinton’s.”