(UnitedVoice.com) – The Ohio Senate race is one of the most-watched races in the country. Republican JD Vance is facing off against Democrat Tim Ryan for retiring Senator Rob Portman’s (R) seat. The Left’s candidate is now apologizing for a remark he made during the final debate.
On November 1, Fox News hosted a town hall event with the two candidates in Columbus, Ohio. During the event, an audience member asked Ryan about his remarks in September, when he said the American people need to “kill and confront” the MAGA movement. The Democratic candidate responded to the audience member by admitting that using the word “kill” wasn’t the best “choice of words.”
However, Ryan maintained the “extremist movement absolutely needs to be confronted.”
Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan is asked what he meant when he called to "kill and confront" the MAGA movement: "Shouldn't [Ryan] apologize and retract?"
Predictably, he dodges. pic.twitter.com/jRg64OovWs
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 1, 2022
The question comes amid calls from both sides of the aisle to tone down political attacks in the wake of Paul Pelosi’s brutal attack. The Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) husband underwent brain surgery at the end of October after an illegal alien reportedly looking for the congresswoman beat Paul Pelosi with a hammer.
The Epoch Times reported that Ryan brought up the attack and criticized Vance for not condemning the attack on Pelosi, even though other Republicans did.
What do you think about Ryan’s remarks?
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