Here’s the latest on Jon Ossoff’s complete dishonesty in his resume claims, which CLF’s first ad exposed. Considering Ossoff’s repeated exaggerations surrounding his resume and lack of transparency in his campaign, it should not come as a surprise that the math simply isn’t adding up for him.
Other than producing films for Al-Jazeera, the only other bullet Ossoff touts on his resume is his now disproven time as a national security staffer for a left-wing representative. Georgia voters deserve to know he’s repeatedly deceived them throughout his entire campaign. Take a look at the latest below…
Ossoff, just shy of 20 years old at the time, was still an a cappella-singing student at Georgetown University when he began. His role in Johnson’s office, according to his LinkedIn profile, was as both a legislative correspondent and a systems administrator—neither of which would require security clearance.
It was not until two and a half years later in August 2009, after Ossoff graduated, that he was promoted to the more senior position of full-time legislative assistant, where Ossoff would have been able to work on legislation.
Not only would this have been the first time that Ossoff would have needed security clearance but it also is likely the first time he would have been eligible to receive it, according to information from the Sergeant at Arms of the U.S. House of Representatives, which handles security clearance for staffers.