Last week, The Daily Poster’s reporters broke open the story of how Senate Republicans’ bill purporting to protect preexisting conditions actually helps insurance companies gut health care protections.

Last night, that story took center stage in one of the country’s most important Senate races, as Georgia’s incumbent GOP Sen. David Perdue was obliterated for the bait-and-switch during a televised debate. Watch the clip here — it has now been viewed more than 6 million times.

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P.S. The Georgia race was not the only place where our reporting popped up this week. The Daily Poster’s separate corruption investigation this week made waves in one of the closest U.S. House races in the country. Check it out here — that’s the kind of hard-hitting reporting that your subscription will fund.