The gloves come off in every Presidential Election, and the campaign that knows how to exploit its opponent’s weaknesses always – always – wins.
It is for this reason the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s new ad recounting the many Clinton scandals is so potent.
“The National Republican Senatorial Committee released a new ad Friday targeting Democratic candidates for the Senate for having to bear the burden of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign,” the Washington Free Beacon reports. “The ad, called ‘Toxic,’ takes on the litany of scandals to face Clinton and references Clinton’s defense of a child rapist in the 1970s, Travelgate, Chinagate and Filegate.”
The ad also mentions her politically charged attacks against women who were sexually attacked by her husband, her false statement about “landing under hostile gunfire” in Bosnia, Benghazi and the ongoing questionable financial activity with the Clinton Foundation. It also mentions the crowning scandal for which she is under FBI investigation: the mishandling of classified information ro facilitate cover-up and convenience.
The ad continues to characterize her persona as “ruthless,” hits on the fact she morphs her accent and speech patterns to pander to the crowds to which she is speaking, and conjures up disingenuous amusement to ingratiate herself to others.
In spite of a possible political coup by Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Clinton is the frontrunner for the Democrat presidential nomination. But while presidential campaign has dominated the media cycles control of the Senate and the House also hangs in the balance.