It’s unfortunate that Democrat candidate Djuna Osborne is running for office in southwest Virginia, because she’s about to hear a lot of “Bless your heart.”
As one of only two states with legislative elections in 2017, and with Republicans only one seat away from two-thirds control in the House of Delegates, Democrats statewide are pouring resources into races like Obsorne’s, who is taking on conservative Republican Delegate Chris Head.
In fact, when the White House Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity sent the Commonwealth a letter asking for a copy of the state’s voter database, including voters’ names, home addresses and phone numbers, the Virginia Democrat Party’s official Twitter account re-tweeted Osborne in response:
Osborne is literally “frightened” at the thought of what Donald Trump could do with a voter’s name, home address and phone number!
She probably thinks Trump would post a voter’s name, home address and phone number to Twitter…
…like she did, just five days earlier.
We scratched out those voters’ private information, which was clearly visible and readable to Twitter’s 328 million worldwide users.
Not only did Djuna Osborne publicly post a voters’ name, home address and phone number to Twitter, she got the information from the SAME voter database the Commission requested.
In fact, Djuna Osborne has posted at least three videos and 22 other photographs in which she is holding the same voter database declared too “frightening” to make available to White House officials.
That is the same information she declared too “frightening” to make available to White House officials.
So good news, President Trump. If you want Virginia’s voter database, just follow @Djuna4Delegate.
I guess the only thing voters have to fear is…Djuna Osborne herself.