On Wednesday night, Perdue attacked Ossoff in Savannah because the state raised large sums of cash from out-of-state donors demanding a “radical socialist agenda.”
“If you don’t conduct multiple federal investigations for insider trading, perhaps Senator Perdue will be able to respond correctly to the Covid-1
In another transaction, Perdue accused his democracy challenger of personally benefiting from financial dealings with a Hong Kong media company whose chairman opposed promoting Hong Kong’s independence from China. The Republican senator took out a piece of paper from his pocket. He said it was Osov’s financial disclosure in July, claiming that it proved that Osov had covered up the fact that his documentary company sold films to Hong Kong companies.
He said: “He needs to be able, because sooner or later we need someone in the US Senate to support communist China.”
Osoff did not directly challenge Perdue’s allegations, but said that it was “too much of the post of a U.S. Senator.”
“Throughout the entire campaign, you have been demonstrating low self-esteem. First, you lengthened my nose in offensive ads to remind everyone that I am Jewish. Then, when this method didn’t work, you started calling I’m some kind of Islamic terrorist. Then when that didn’t work, you started calling me a Chinese Communist,” he said.
“Well, I definitely do not show disrespect, I have already spoken to Senator Harris,” Perdue said. “What I’m talking about and what I’m trying to do is to educate people in Georgia about what to do here, and this is the radical socialist agenda. Jon Osoff will obviously become Chuck Schumer’s Rubber stamp and Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Pelosi) implemented this heinous agenda in our country.”
In another election for the U.S. Senate in Georgia, the appointed Loffler has been in a right-wing contest with Republican Rep. Doug Collins. This contest may enter the January finals, creating for the leading Democrats Opportunity candidate, Pastor Rafael Warnock.
Danielle Hackett of CNN contributed to this report.