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JD Vance ENDS “Tim Ryan’s Political Career” In EPIC Debate Smackdown

Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance delivered a crushing blow to establishment hack Tim Ryan, a career politician with no legacy other than rubber stamping anti-American legislation from Barack Obama and Joe Biden, in their final debate before the midterm elections. Speaking about the media and Ryan’s overt calls for violence against members of the MAGA movement, Vance put what many are seeing as a nail in the coffin of Ryan’s cushy, work-free lifestyle.

In the clip below, Donald Trump, Jr. rightly assesses that Vance needed less than sixty seconds to end Tim Ryan’s political career:

So this is this is disgusting I’d like to get here’s exactly what happens when the media and people like Tim Ryan accused me of engaging the graceful great replacement theory. I’ll tell you exactly what happens Tim, what happens is that my own children, my biracial children get attacked by scumbags online and in person because you are so desperate for political power that you’ll accuse me the father of three beautiful biracial babies of engaging in racism. We are sick of it. 

You can believe in a border without being a racist. You can believe in the country without being a racist. And this just shows how desperate this guy is for political power. I know you’ve been in office for 20 years, Tim, and I know it’s a sweet gig, but you’re so desperate not to have a real job that you’ll slander me and slander my family. It’s disgraceful.

These debates have been absolutely brutal for the incumbent Ryan, which should be no surprise. When forced to defend their positions by well-versed, unafraid conservatives, leftists have nowhere to fall back.

As much of a fraud as Ryan has been and is, nothing he has done better exemplifies the left’s hatred of dissent – and specifically dissenters – of their pernicious worldview than his recent statement where he said people needed to “kill and confront” the MAGA movement. Call for violence much?

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Speaking on the obnoxiously bad Morning Joe show last month, Ryan said:

Some of those answers will come from Republicans, not the extremists that we are dealing with every single day. We’ve got to kill and confront that movement, but working with normal mainstream Republicans, I think that’s going to be really, really important because we have to reform these systems.

Yikes. Can you imagine if Donald Trump said we needed to “kill and confront” AOC’s or Joe Biden’s voters? I’ll answer that: We can all imagine what that would be like. If Trump was impeached and kicked off Twitter for saying his supporters needed to peacefully make their voices heard on January 6th and, it is impossible to understate how the zealous media would react to actual calls for violence.

For his part, Vance hit back on that. In their first televised debate, he directly called out Ryan for his dangerous, divisive rhetoric:

“Tim Ryan, who runs all these tv commercials saying that he wants to appeal to Trump voters, wants to appeal to Republicans also says that he wants to ‘kill and confront ‘… the MAGA movement.”

“That’s not exactly the rhetoric of a unifier,” Vance finished.

In the latest polls, Vance is shown to be edging out Ryan by 2%. After his marvelous debate performances, he should gain ground and be staring down victory in three weeks.