Dr. Oz was sweating after seeing this devastating new poll

Dr. Oz was the frontrunner for the Republican nomination to run for Senate in Pennsylvania.

But Dr. Oz may be about to lose that spot.

And Dr. Oz was sweating after seeing this devastating new poll.

Many Trump supporters were confused when he endorsed Dr. Oz.

Despite the fact that Dr. Oz has a long history of holding left-wing positions, Sean Hannity reportedly pressed Trump to make the endorsement.

Dr. Oz supported red flag gun confiscation laws that allow judges to order government agents to barge into the homes of Americans and confiscate their firearms.

In addition, Dr. Oz supported abortion-on-demand.

And Dr. Oz once dedicated an entire episode of his popular television show to promoting transgender surgeries for minor children.

Dr. Oz initially thought his top competition for the nomination was globalist hedge fund executive David McCormick.

McCormick and Oz pummeled each other on the air with millions of dollars in TV ads that exposed each other as closet leftists.

But now, with less than one week to go before the Pennsylvania Primary, Dr. Oz is seeing a new challenger emerge.

Conservative Kathy Barnette surged to second place – just one point behind Dr. Oz – in the latest poll from the Trafalgar Group.

Barnette rising to the top of the polls came after a strong debate performance.

During the debate, Barnette confronted Dr. Oz over his past support for abortion.

Barnette demanded to know that why he felt Americans like herself, who were conceived when their mothers were raped, did not deserve to live.

“I am so very grateful that our nation is now having a very important conversation…I am the byproduct of a rape. My mother was 11 years old when I was conceived, my father was twenty-one. I was not just a lump of cells, as you can see I’m still not just a lump of cells–my life has value, and that was one of the reasons why it was very disturbing when I saw Mehmet Oz running for this particular race, when I’ve seen him on numerous occasions and specifically at the Breakfast Club, saying that my life was nothing more than an acorn with electrical currents,” Barnette stated.

Barnette’s late surge – combined with the fact that Dr. Oz and McCormick trashed each other with negative ads – opens up the real possibility that Republicans will nominate a black woman who is running as the only conservative in the field as their candidate for Senate in the crucial race in Pennsylvania.

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