Go figure: Lib celebs’ election-swaying power takes another hit in Georgia

**Written by Doug Powers

In Georgia, Democrat Jon Ossoff seemed to model his campaign off of Hillary Clinton’s “all liberal celebrities all the time” approach. How’d that work out for Ossoff? About as well as it did for Hillary:

BREAKING: Republican Karen Handel wins Georgia special election, avoiding major upset in most expensive House race in US history.

— The Associated Press (@AP) June 21, 2017

Democrat Jon Ossoff thanks his #GA06 supporters: “This is the beginning of something much bigger than us” https://t.co/gihvNUWDSF

— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) June 21, 2017

Well, at least Ossoff can still say he didn’t vote for the losing candidate.

Feminists who have been complaining there aren’t enough women in Congress will be applauding wildly that a female defeated a male, right? RIGHT!?

Somewhere though the DNC will sit around and conclude that Ossoff just didn’t haul in enough Hollywood celebs (and their money). The definition of insanity has gained another entry.

The Resistance took an additional hit in South Carolina:

Ralph Norman, a Republican, defeated Archie Parnell, a Democrat, in a South Carolina special election on Tuesday in a U.S. House race.

Mr. Norman was expected to have an advantage over Mr. Parnell for the seat, which was vacated by Mick Mulvaney, now director of the Office of Management and Budget. However, Mr. Parnell kept the race relatively close, losing by just a few percentage points.

**Written by Doug Powers

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