Tim Ryan and JD Vance attack each other over ‘great replacement’ theory in final Ohio Senate debate

Youngstown, Ohio — The already hostile Senate primaries in Ohio were exacerbated as the Democrats took over for the House of Representatives on Monday. Tim Ryan and Republican JD Vance clashed over racist remarks and threw personal insults. In the final debate ahead of the November 8 election, tensions peaked at the end of time on stage. “Theory. Conspiracy theories set on the far-right periphery widely state that a Jewish-led liberal cabal seeks to seize power by replacing white voters with non-whites by any means necessary, including immigration and interracial marriage. .May The suspect in the deadly supermarket massacre in Buffalo, New York, reportedly accepted the theory on allegations of targeting black people, and Vance claimed that during the campaign period, Democrats “replaced” voters and progressively immigrated to win elections. “JD Vance has all of the great alternative theory writings that JD Vance agrees with,” said Ryan. Vance, who has an Indian-American wife and three children, said he was pushing the policy and sparking criticism of his support for the theory. I counterattacked Ryan, visibly angry, who accused me of engaging in good substitution theory.” he said He said, “My children, children of mixed race, are being attacked by scumbags online and face-to-face. Because you will accuse me of engaging in racism, the father of three beautiful mixed-race babies because of a thirst for political power. we are sick of it You can trust the borders without being racist.” Tim, I know you’ve been in office for 20 years. And I know it’s a good show. They slander me, they slander my family.” Ryan replied with a smile on his face, “I seem to have a bit of a nerve to this guy.” The Youngstown State University campus in the congressional district, where Ryan has represented for nearly 20 years. Debate held in the nearby Stambaugh Auditorium, hosted by local NBC affiliate WFMJ, and a recent poll showed fierce competition with either Ryan or Vance leading within margin of error. The president’s two comfortable victories surprised many who saw Ohio as a sign that Ohio had become a credible Republican state, his Senate campaign offers to moderate Republicans and Independents, a venture widely known for writing the best-selling memoir “Hillbilly Elegy” Capitalist Vance has repeatedly attacked Ryan as a loyal professional politician with President Joe Biden and D-Calif’s House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a line of attack that was central to tens of millions of dollars of TV commercials promoting Vance’s message and his candidacy. “People see it at the pumps, they see it in their bills, farmers are paying more for diesel. This is a direct result of a policy enacted by Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and 100% endorsed by Tim Ryan,” Vance said. addressed the question at the start of the debate on inflation, which he grabbed again by citing Vance’s venture capital days in San Francisco, where Pelosi lives in a House leadership race Ryan and Democrats framed Vance as Ohio residents who became coastal elites. Ryan said, “JD, you keep talking about Nancy Pelosi.” “If you want to fight Nancy Pelosi, go back to San Francisco and fight Nancy Pelosi.” But Vance returned to Pelosi’s topic with a commercial for Ryan again showing Ryan’s wife opening a bottle of wine: “It’s actually a pretty funny TV commercial,” Vance said. …he says he only agrees with his wife 70%.” “But he votes 100% for Nancy Pelosi and agrees. That would make things a little awkward in the Ryan family.” The discussion then turned to Vance’s partisan loyalty, as one of the hosts, Bertram de Souza, a longtime political journalist from Youngstown, mentioned how Ryan had branded Vance an “a” for Trump in a previous discussion — Keith. person who does.” The ambassador paraphrased Trump’s remarks about Vance at a recent rally. “Trump was joking at a rally based on a false New York Times article,” Vance said. Another Pelosi was about to throw a punch. De Souza said: “Did you take it as a joke?” Vance replied that he knew Trump “very well” and was “not mad”. “Everyone took it as a joke,” Vance said before returning to Pelosi again. The three most spoken words at the time were “Nancy,” “Pelosi,” and “a–.” Ryan said, “Nancy Pelosi or Joe. You don’t have to hate Biden. “We need to shift her political discourse in this country from hate and anger and division to her love and compassion and forgiveness, and her little grace. And I mean, you don’t have to hate her.”
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