Skip to comments.NRSC Funds Another Preacher in Cochran Race Baiting Scheme
Posted on 07/09/2014 6:47:45 PM PDT by TigerClaws
Gotnews.com has exclusively obtained another "All Citizens for Mississippi" radio ad from conservative media consultant Rick Shaftan, who stands by his allegation that these ads were paid for by media buyer Jon Ferrell at National Media of Alexandria, Virginia using funds provided by the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).
The newly-surfaced 90 second ad features Arthur L. Siggers, who identifies himself in the ad as pastor of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church and makes similar racially-charged accusations against U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel to the ad featuring Bishop Ronnie Crudup of New Horizon Church International that Gotnews.com reported on Monday.
The ad accuses McDaniel of intending to "roll back the hands of time," highlights Cochran's record of "supporting black farmers" and a list of several historically black universities, and concludes with "I urge you to vote Thad Cochran June 24th. He's been good for Mississippi. He's been good for black folk." Siggers, like Crudup, mispronounces McDaniel's name by adding an "s" at the end.
The Siggers ad ran 18 times on WRTM-FM in Jackson at a cost of $558 dollars, part of an $1,170 buy that also included 34 runs of the 60 second ad featuring Crudup.
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“I’m more convinced than ever that donations raised from conservatives in the name of winning Republican control of the Senate were fraudulently diverted to pay for racial attacks on conservative Chris McDaniel through this illegal Super PAC,” Shaftan said. “If I’m right, all of these people will end up in orange suits.”
This is not going to end well for Cochran or the GOP hacks that propped
Cochran’s name is mud
I hope to heck they do. Thad Cochran, Haley and Henry Barbour can be at the head of the line to check in to prison.
The guy’s name is Siggers. Be very wary of a typo.
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