Among its findings in the ad above:
1) Ossoff “fought against restrictions on keg parties.”
Obligatory stock footage of college student doing a kegstand.
2) He was apparently fond of “dressing up with his drinking buddies and pretending to be Han Solo.”
Cue video of Ossoff/Solo talking about smuggling kegs.
3) He was also prone to “making fun of Georgetown's female students.”
Actual lyrics to the a cappella parody song, to the tune of Billy Joe's “Uptown Girl”: “My Georgetown girl/You know she's living in her F Street world/She never toggles off her iGlass (inaudible).”
And then, if this didn't seem like enough of a parody of an attack ad, there's the end.
“Sorry, Jonny, but the Truth Strikes Back,” the narrator says.
Here's the thing, though: This is just the tip of the spear. For years, millennials like Ossoff have been posting YouTube videos of themselves talking about beer and kegs and “Star Wars” and how female students at private colleges enjoy F Street and have iGlasses. And when they finally do run for political office, BOOM, this is what happens.
We'll see whether Ossoff ever recovers. The fates of thousands of millennials' political careers may depend upon it.