Throughout the campaign, Jon Ossoff has been exposed for exaggerating his resume and qualifications, all to hide the fact his actual experiences is in no way equal to what voters expect from a member of Congress.

With the Georiga-6 runoff vote just over a month away, the last thing Jon Ossoff can afford is another reminder that his campaign is powered largely by out of state donors and activists.

The Georgia-6 special election votes on June 20th, yet according to Politico the race is already the most expensive House campaign in United States history.

This week Jon Ossoff tried to present a plan to cut $16 billion from the federal government’s budget as a significant proposal. Yet a new column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution exposes the insignificance of Ossoff’s plan.

In April, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorsed Karen Handel in the Georgia-6 special election. In a new story by the Washington Examiner, new details have emerged about Jon Ossoff’s own attempt to win the coveted backing of the U.S. Chamber.

Jon Ossoff’s campaign made an $8 million bet that Ossoff could get to 50% on April 18th. When he came up short, it’s clear now they had no plan B.

Even as Democrats adopt the socialist policies of Bernie Sanders, they somehow keep nominating yacht-loving candidates. Last year, it was Patrick Murphy, whose yacht named “Cocktails” provided endless ammunition for his many political opponents.

The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust’s ethics complaint against Congressman Hank Johnson using federal resources to help Jon Ossoff’s campaign has been a major headache for Ossoff this week.

At 30 years of age, Jon Ossoff is wealthier than most voters will ever be. His personal net worth of at least $1.7 million is joined by his family’s net worth that is much higher.

The more Georgia-6 voters learn about Jon Ossoff, the more it becomes clear that Ossoff is neither a serious person or candidate.