Is Raphael Warnock a Radical Socialist?

Claim: Senator Kelly Loeffler is currently running for reelection to represent the state of Georgia in the United States Senate. She has claimed that her opponent, Reverend Raphael Warnock, is a socialist.
Rating: This claim is FALSE. A socialist agenda would be one that dismantles private businesses so that the government would control production. An analysis of Warnock’s policy positions shows a promise to help small businesses get federal support, letting individuals keep their private health insurance while expanding Medicaid, and negotiating for beneficial trade policies for American farmers. In addition, a coalition of 100 Georgia pastors have signed an open letter calling Loeffler’s claims, “reprehensible falsehoods.”

Did Jon Ossoff Take Money From China?

Claim: Senator David Perdue is currently running for re-election in Georgia for the United States Senate. He recently accused his opponent Jon Ossoff of taking money from the Chinese government.
Rating: This claim is FALSE. It is true that Ossoff’s television company, Insight TWI, has received $1,000 from PCCW Media Limited in Hong Kong to air one of Insight’s documentaries. This is standard practice in entertaining, where broadcasters regularly sell licenses to have their content aired around the world. It also pales to Perdue’s business ties to China. At two companies that Perdue led, he outsourced manufacturing to China, opened business offices in China, and increased the import of cheap goods from China—an economic decision that is certainly greater than $1,000.

Is Senator David Perdue Anti-Immigration?

Claim: Senator David Perdue, who is currently running for re-election in Georgia for the United States Senate, has said that he wants to fix the U.S. immigration system and supports “merit-based immigration.” But his critics have said that he is anti-immigration.
Rating: This claim is MOSTLY TRUE. Perdue has co-sponsored the RAISE Act, which he introduced in Congress twice. The RAISE Act would have halved the number of green cards issued annually and would have restricted family-sponsored immigration to just spouses and minor children of American citizens. The RAISE Act would have allowed prioritized immigrants who are young, highly skilled, and proficient in English.