Earlier this month, James O’Keefe and his team released a video targeting Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri. BTW, this is an appeal about Donald Trump, and that is, he doesn’t tell one audience one thing, then another – another.
….Smith continued by slamming the state of Florida and using racial slurs and referring to white people as “crackers.”
“This is a f***ed up state,” said Smith. “It’s a cracker state.”
Smith also stated in the undercover video that the campaign has “to appeal to white guilt.”
Smith also called Gillum “a progressive” who is “a part of the crazy, crazy, crazies.”
Adrian Young, who serves as the Community Engagement Specialist for the Florida Democratic Party, exposed Gillum as an individual who does not support the Second Amendment and wishes to push for bans on regularly used firearms….
This WHITE-LASH was soo bad that all those white Republicans almost got Darryl Glenn voted into office as a Senator with an “R” after his name. Oooooh those racist Republicans! Donald Trump is SOOOO racist that he has Ken Blackwell heading up his transition team (via WINTERY KNIGHT):
OK, so some of my readers may not know who Ken Blackwell is, but long story short, this would be like naming Ted Cruz as Solicitor General or naming Thomas Sowell as head of the Congressional Budget Office. Ken Blackwell has a reputation as a social conservative who is also a fiscal conservative. Don’t worry, I have things about him for you to read, but first the announcement, which was tweeted by the Family Research Council (!) where Blackwell is a Senior Fellow.
The Ohio Republican selected by president-elect Donald Trump to lead his domestic transition is an outspoken conservative with a history as a party maverick.
Ken Blackwell prevailed in an intra-party feud in 2006 to become Ohio’s first black nominee for governor. He also took on fellow Republicans in the state Legislature while serving in statewide office.
As state elections chief, Blackwell played a pivotal role in administering the hotly-contested 2004 presidential election while serving as Republican George W. Bush’s honorary campaign co-chair. Democrats alleged in political attacks and lawsuits that Blackwell supported vote-suppressing policies favoring Bush, who won Ohio and the election. Blackwell prevailed in court.
Blackwell is on the boards of the National Rifle Association and Club for Growth. He’s also a senior fellow at the Family Research Council.
Oh my goodness, you can’t appoint someone from the Family Research Council. This is the organization that gay rights activists really hate – remember the attack by gay activist Floyd Lee Corkins? That was the FRC he tried to shoot up! Wow, this is my second favorite think tank.