Sunday, January 14, 2018

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher's Democratic challenger is essentially calling him Russian agent.

Courtesy of The Hill: 

California Democratic House hopeful Harley Rouda is taking the accusations of Russia collusion to his potential opponent, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.), in a new ad that frames the congressman as part of a joint effort with President Trump to side with Russia. 

The new digital spot, shared first with The Hill, criticizes Rohrabacher for his ties to Russia. The New York Times reported last year that the FBI warned Rohrabacher, considered one of the most Russia-friendly lawmakers in Congress, that Russian intelligence had been trying to turn him and had even given him a code name. 

"America, let’s show Trump and Rohrabacher it's time for a leader who represents us, not Russia," the ad's narrator says.

Man I love the hell out of this!

Rohrabacher has been Putin's puppet for years now, and it is high time that he is called out for it publicly. 

Rohrabacher claims that his constituents do not care about his Russian connections, but I think that with enough of these ads that will definitely change.

I also think this might be a winning strategy for a number of Democrats moving forward.

If their opponents do not have direct ties to Russia, then they can be called out for supporting the agenda of the Kremlin's agent in the White House.


  1. Anonymous5:22 AM

    I wouldn't be so sure about constituents changing their minds. After a year of the shithead president, plenty still support him!

  2. Anonymous5:31 AM

    Rohrabacher was palling around with Soviet spies before Palin learned to play hide the weenie.

  3. Anonymous6:27 AM

    Democrats have a number of issues they can use to attack republicans:
    1. Republican support for Russia over the U.S., as evidenced by their refusal to properly investigate Russia interference with the U.S. elections, and Dotard's collusion with Russia.
    2. Republican disdain for the poor and middle class as evidenced by the recent tax legislation.
    3. Republican racist views as evidenced by their overwhelming refusal to condemn Dotard for his racist remarks. (This is just one of many examples.)
    4. Republican policies of putting corporate profit and executive compensation over the health of the citizens by ignoring and loosening environmental regulations and laws.
    5. Republican's contempt of women by passing laws denying their right to make birth choices, and by refusing to support legislation which seeks to make women equal to men.

    There are many other issues the democrats can and should use. If the democrats do not take control of the house or senate (or both) it would primarily have to do with poor messaging.

    1. Anonymous7:28 AM

      Chicken shits. The question is, WHY?

  4. Anonymous8:12 AM

    OT" The Journal said in a statement that it “stands by what it reported.”"

  5. Anonymous8:47 AM

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  6. Anonymous1:23 PM

    I am still trying to find who has such a low opinion of Americans that they are willing to try an force another inexperienced person into the role of President of the United States. I guess it is because the current one is working out so well Eh? Just because you are the head of a large business does not make you a person who can lead a nation.


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