Immigration, Law Enforcement Critical in Georgia Senate Runoff Races

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In Georgia, Sen. David Perdue has regularly criticized Jon Ossoff, his challenger, over policy matters.
Perdue is one of two GOP Republican senators seeking re-election. Ossoff, who previously and unsuccessfully ran to represent Georgia in the House, is now trying his luck with winning a Senate seat; in order to make this happen, he will have to unseat businessman-turned-politician David Perdue.

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Prior to the runoffs, Perdue won tens of thousands more votes than Ossoff. Both candidates also couldn’t be further apart in policies and partisanship.
While Perdue and Ossoff run against each other though, the Democrat’s policies regarding immigration and law enforcement are being referred to as problematic by a Georgia sheriff, says Breitbart News.

Picking Apart Ossoff’s Policies

In keeping with the left-wing way, Ossoff has enormously lax and liberal policies regarding immigration and law enforcement.
To be precise, the Georgia Democrat is on record courting Defund the Police activists and stating that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) should ensure that illegal aliens are paid minimum wage.

Likewise, Ossoff is also opposed to the Immigration and Nationality Act’s 287(g), a provision permitting law enforcement at local and state levels to work with federal immigration officers.
Butch Conway, the outgoing sheriff of Georgia’s Gwinnett County is warning that Ossoff’s policies on immigration and law enforcement are dangerous. Sheriff Conway will no longer have his current post after December 31, 2020; however, the Gwinnett County sheriff still warns that the lack of arrests and deportations of illegal aliens will cause residents to “suffer.”

Perdue on Immigration and Law Enforcement

Unlike his left-winger opponent, Sen. Perdue does not support illegal immigration or gutting law enforcement. In fact, the Georgia Republican is endorsed by multiple sheriffs across the state, some of whom are Democrats.

Throughout the Georgia runoffs, Perdue has repeatedly held Ossoff accountable. The incumbent senator maintains that his challenger doesn’t have the right policies or integrity to represent Georgia in Congress; likewise, Perdue is able to put up his record of fighting for Americans against Ossoff’s non-existent one.
Early voting started on Monday in Georgia. Republicans across the nation are calling for Georgia residents to back Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
What do you think about Jon Ossoff’s policies regarding immigration and law enforcement? Do you think Sen. Perdue should win his race for re-election? Let us know down below in the comments section.