Ossoff Reacts To Perdue Calling For Resignation Of Ga. Sec. Of State | All In | MSNBC

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“This just demonstrates the total lack of competence, coherence, and momentum among GOP politicians in Georgia right now,” says Jon Ossoff. “They felt entitled to a cake walk, and instead they’re getting the fights of their lives. They’re not liking it, and they’re taking out their rage on one another.” Aired on 11/09/2020.
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Ossoff Reacts To Perdue Calling For Resignation Of Ga. Sec. Of State | All In | MSNBC

94 Comments on "Ossoff Reacts To Perdue Calling For Resignation Of Ga. Sec. Of State | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Kaleigh Bergmann | November 9, 2020 at 10:30 PM | Reply

    VOTE BLUE IN GEORGIA!!! senate is just as important guys!!! 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻 also jon is so cute

  2. Jeff, the God of Biscuits | November 9, 2020 at 10:30 PM | Reply

    Lol. The Republicans are eating their own.

  3. Perdue is a criminal, another trumpy grifter.

    • @evelyn hopklnson yes, you did so great in the election, but now the country REALLY needs you to vote out the corrupt republicans! The rest of America is supporting financially (all we can do!)…Just win, okay? January 5th, you can cement our democracy!

    • @Dave you are the REAL dreamer in this country.

    • The Perdue heading the USDA is a rotten sack, as well.

    • Jolene Plourde | November 10, 2020 at 6:24 PM | Reply

      @Dave you can keep repeating your lies over and over again but unlike trumps base we wont believe it ! Move on, the election is over!!

    • @Dave Still believing in Santa Claus ? Trump is the biggest loser ever, only president to lost the popular vote twice. He is a fu.. moron.

  4. May Georgia go Blue. God Bless.

  5. Perdue and Loeffler are mad that the Secretary of State didn’t cheat well enough to steal the election for them.

    • Exactly, obviously, this particular play action is tired and old just like their way of thinking. The level of corruption runs long and deep and the cheaters know it, that’s why they’re flaying around like fish out of water.

    • Loeffler should shut her pie hole! She should be blaming Trump and Doug Collins for the meassive goof up since Doug refused to concede and entered the race and siphoned a huge amount of Repub votes.

    • @D Ross that’s right, we are watching in Europe

    • angela bluebird60 | November 10, 2020 at 4:22 PM | Reply

      They are both awful!

    • Deborah Freedman | November 10, 2020 at 4:44 PM | Reply

      @kjsieme 1 The Sec. of State of Georgia is also Republican, but he is honest. That is why the others are angry.

  6. Elizabeth Anne | November 9, 2020 at 10:31 PM | Reply

    I like this guy!! Well spoken!!

  7. The replubican senate wss so afraid losing control

  8. Republicans expect their Secretaries of States to be better at voter suppression than this guy apparently is.

    • @wasantha Lakmal 😛😤

    • @wasantha Lakmal your SOO screwed up!! Get Over It! Trump Lost,Fair and square!! Except the change of Power,it’s for your own good. Stop posting that Stupid Crap!

    • @Garry Miller Exactly! Where is it legal that you get to oversee the election in which you are a candidate? Yet Biden is being accused of stealing an election.

    • well, they gave it a bloody good try…289,000 voters illegally removed from the rolls (please re register and vote!), removing polling sites to make it harder for dem areas to vote…I mean, come on!

    • @initiall yes, I hope she runs again. GA deserves great leadership!

  9. Just practicing his Trumpism. If you don’t win, blame someone else.

    • @Dave More BS conspiracy garbage that started in Russia. The “Daily Wire” is about as believable as the National inquirer

    • @Dave what do you do copy and paste to every comment? You must have a lot of time on your hands

    • Conspiracy theories are a form of mental masturbation. Please keep it to yourself.

    • @Just Me or facebook

    • Stir up as much distrust and discord as possible. It doesn’t have to be true. It just has to cause doubt. That’s the Trump tactic that the Republican Party has embraced. Win at all cost. Truth and fairness be damned. Power is the ultimate goal, the good of the people and the country are low on their list of priorities.

  10. Mignon Simpson | November 9, 2020 at 10:34 PM | Reply

    Please thwart Mitch. Elect the Dems in georgia. America needs you.

  11. Vote like your life depends on it, GA Democrats!

  12. Just donated to Stacy’s Abrams org

  13. Save the date. January 5, 2021. Vote blue.

    • Gnirol Namlerf | November 10, 2020 at 4:49 AM | Reply

      This is very important. Democrats don’t exactly have a sterling record in Georgia runoffs. Mr. Ossoff got 47.9% of the vote and the whole palette of Democrats received 47.5% of the vote for the other seat. To win, you need 50% +1 vote. It’s the Democrats who have to work harder. I mean, with Stacey Abrams leading the charge and Biden managing an upset, where are even more Democratic votes going to come from? The turnout in runoffs is never close to that of the November election, and typically more Republicans vote the second time. Presumably, Mr. Raffensperger will not be purging voter rolls between now and January, but it’s still going to be tough. There’s no president on the ballot, for example. Of course, if Mr. Ossoff gets his 2.37 million votes and Rev. Warnock gets all 2.33 million votes cast for Democrats seeking Loeffler’s seat, they are likely to win. How to get all those people to vote again is the $64,000 question in determining Senate control The Dems must win both seats, assuming the NC is seat is lost. That would give them 51-50 votes in choosing the Majority Leader and having an advantage on committees. And then start praying that Joe Manchin is more interested in his country than preserving his own seat once they have technical control, so that they can get judges confirmed and at least some legislation passed.

  14. I like this guy. I’m rooting for you, Jon.

  15. fourthqtrplayer | November 9, 2020 at 10:38 PM | Reply

    Can’t wait for these 2 seats to turn BLUE!! Only then we’ll have a congress FOR the people!!

    • Justice For all | November 10, 2020 at 1:44 AM | Reply

      I hope Georgia keeps the 🌊 goinig and puts a stop to the 🐂💩

    • There’s a very good reason these two senate races have gone to run offs. Karma.

    • Please, Georgia, vote Democrat for the sake of this great country.💙🌊

    • President of the Virgin Islands | November 10, 2020 at 2:20 PM | Reply

      @L W The senate is part of congress, the upper chamber is the senate and the lower chamber is the house of representatives. The entirety is known as the congress. They are all part of the legislative branch. Senators are definitely members of congress. That is your civics lesson for the day.

    • angela bluebird60 | November 10, 2020 at 4:25 PM | Reply

      @Melissa Thomas We can phone bank for/donate to Ossoff and Warnock, regardless of which state we reside in. We should, as the safety and well being of our People, nation, all people and the greater good of the world depend on it. McConnell and his committing Congressional malpractice by refusing to let the Work of the People come to OUR Senate Floor so OUR Senators can do the Work of the People has to stop! Hundreds of Bills, which passed the House with BIPARTISAN support. This includes the second Stimulus, which we need to survive and keep the economy stable during the pandemic.

  16. Thinking Today | November 9, 2020 at 10:42 PM | Reply

    May dems take Georgia, please God please , let them take it. This country needs their policies, climate change , raise min wage. And save Obama care !!!!!

    • @Jim Long And yet they are always rated better in almost all quality of living categories than, let’s say, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Florida, Arkansas, Kansas, etc, etc. Weird.

    • @Jim Long And why is it that the cities that have more churches also happen to have more bars. Why does religion cause the people of a town to need more bars? Put on that thinking cap Jim, show us what you got.

    • @Jim Long Thank you. I just reported that to YouTube as misleading.

    • angela bluebird60 | November 10, 2020 at 4:36 PM | Reply

      @Steve Chance I really do not think so. Trump ran up against Chief Justice Roberts a while back, and Roberts put Trump in his place via a very strong and clear public statement. Of course the Dems can replace Obamacare. No, Roe V Wade will not necessarily be overturned. It is also true that even Supreme Court Justices can be removed. Kavanaugh and Barrett come to mind.
      We CAN do something about gerrymandering and voter suppression! It is about doing our part in civic action. Such action does not require vast amounts of time, or even any $. We can each choose something to work on, and ask our friends and families to do the same. We can join the ongoing work to eliminate the poison intrusion of Big $ upon our elections/govt. It is the causative factor in all our most difficult challenges. Campaign Finance and Election Reforms, Justice Reforms and healthcare are our first imperatives. The Move to Amend, Common Cause, Trust Vote, Color of Change, People for the American Way, just a few of the quality groups of everyday people we can check out/join.

  17. Absurd. Georgia secretary of state has done nothing wrong.

  18. Perdue, Loeffler, and Kemp are soulless and corrupt. They all must GO. Vote them out. Ossoff and Warnock Jan. 5, and Kemp when he’s up next.

    • wasantha Lakmal | November 9, 2020 at 11:23 PM | Reply

      Trump victory Celebrating.. Yummy cake cutting – https://youtu.be/SZHZkvtl4jo

    • @daciefus jones He gave farmers 20 BILLION Dollars in subsidies to save them from his trade war with China. 20 Billion dollars of taxpayers money. (And $750 of his dollars, because that’s all Trump paid in Federal Taxes).

    • @daciefus jones because they think TRUMP’s SOCIALISTIC farm bail out is the best thing in the world but will scream, “WAHHHHH! Teh of the Liberali-lol-lol-lil is teh of the Socialistzzzz!” Dumbasses I tell you!

    • What have they done except allow a liar and false accuser to run over then back over the American people.

    • @daciefus jones Why does it look like PA voted primarily for Biden when he just admitted to getting rid of Fracking.

  19. mike mann songs | November 9, 2020 at 10:46 PM | Reply

    c’mon georgia,
    don’t be an embarrassment
    like kentucky.


    • And don’t be an embarrassment like Florida

    • angela bluebird60 | November 10, 2020 at 4:30 PM | Reply

      We can do our part by phone banking for/donating to Ossoff and Warnock, regardless of which state we reside in.
      We should, as the safety and well being of our People, nation, all people and the greater good of the world depend on it. McConnell is refusing to perform the duties of Majority Leader of the Senate, so the Rs must be voted into being the minority! Small donations and actions add up.

    • @Ellen Hajie florida governor made sure it turned out that way. If all else failed, he was all set to overturn the electorate in his state. Lemming!

  20. Perdue decided to make himself a few million dollars richer, rather than protect his constituents.

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