The reputation of the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, Jon Ossoff, was overshadowed by his refusal to report on the hitherto murky business he has had with foreign powers such as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Emirate of Qatar.
Despite presenting himself fighting corruption with his documentaries on fraud in countries like Ghana and Africa, Ossoff is not transparent with his finances; the New York Post of Dec. 24 points out.
Ossoff, 33, born in Atlanta, Georgia, does not clarify the terms surrounding a loan he made to his production company, “Insight: The World Investigates,” worth $250,000 when he became CEO or his undisclosed donation made when he became a majority owner.
Nor is it clear how much money he accepted from the CCP or Qatari regime for screenings of two of his films about the Islamic State, through a Hong Kong news agency and the medium Al Jazeera.
He only said that he received $1,000 in broadcasting rights from the Hong Kong company, labeled as “a Chinese communist news agency,” by his competitor in the election, the Republican candidate for the Senate, David Perdue.
Ossoff has also not reported the value of the inheritance received from his millionaire grandfather, who owned a Massachusetts leather factory.
Ossoff’s fortune remains a mystery, although it is estimated to be between $2.3 million and $8.8 million, according to the New York Post.
The second round of voting that pits Republican Senate candidates David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler against Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock is critical for controlling the Senate and U.S. governance.
Currently, there are 50 Republican senators and 48 Democrats. Perdue and Loeffler’s victory would consolidate the Republican majority; otherwise, it would be threatened by Democrat dominance if Ossoff and Warnock won.
According to numerous lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign’s legal team, the Democrats are suffering from the disgrace of a heavily fraudulent election, characterized by the transfer of votes from President Trump to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The Democratic Party’s strong drift toward Marxism is thought to be why its candidates have lost seats in the House of Representatives and positions in local governments.
Their positions to defund the police, to push for abortion, and to raise taxes, among other radical left policies, have alienated the Americans who mostly oppose them.