Ossoff is literally Jewish. I don't think you're in a position to lecture him on what's anti-Semitic and what's not.
I'm not defending Jeremiah Wright but Loeffler has no right to tell a 33-year-old Jewish man what's anti-Semitic and what's not
If anyone is being anti-Semitic here, it's Loeffler
Of course those NRSC bozos RTd this

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23 Nov
Very likely that Bourdeaux is a one-termer. Not because of the midterms, but because of redistricting.
If you think Republicans care about long-term implications when it comes to gerrymandering/redistricting, I will sell you a cow and two chickens
This map from @Redistrict draws a Dem "vote-sink" in North ATL and keeps the surrounding districts at Kemp+20 Image
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23 Nov
Seems like 1976 was the last election where everyone can agree that both nominees were genuinely decent human beings. The aftermath of Watergate just made it difficult for them to restore trust in our government.
I would add this too but half of the country still believes that Obama wasn't born in America
Just think: it's hard to say anything bad about Carter or Ford as human beings. You can disagree with their politics but it's hard to dispute that they wanted to restore calm and trust to a country that didn't trust its government anymore
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21 Nov
I don't know if I'd say that Warnock and Ossoff are running awful campaigns, though I do wish Dems had better candidates.
I wish Jen Jordan and Lucy McBath were running instead
Yeah, this is one thing I'll criticize. Voters simply do not care about corruption.
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20 Nov

To my knowledge, this will be his first press conference since the election. #gapol
Given that Biden has won the state, Kemp is tasked with certifying the @GeorgiaDemocrat Party's 16 electors as Georgia's votes in the electoral college.
My sources are not expecting anything major at this press conference.
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19 Nov
Looks like Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby will be announcing in January whether he'll seek re-election in 2022. He'll be 88 in 2022 so a retirement seems likely.
Even more interesting: he could retire as early as next year if the GOP loses the GA runoffs. If they lose those, they will lose the Senate and Shelby will no longer chair Appropriations. He apparently wants Katie Britt, his former Chief of Staff, to succeed him in the Senate.
In case you all were wondering what type of Republican she is
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18 Nov
Mucarsel-Powell makes a really great point here: while she lost re-election, she outperformed Joe Biden. She lost by 3 while Biden lost #FL26 by 6. Donna Shalala, who lost re-election in neighboring #FL27, underperformed Biden (he won the district).
This thread is worth your time and I highly recommend reading it whenever you have time.
I can't see Shalala running again because she's old. But Mucarsel-Powell should absolutely run again in the future. Not only is she not old but she's proved that she can outrun the top of the ticket.
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