This Republican Campaign Ad Might Just Be The Democrats’ Kryptonite (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on August 18, 2020

Democrats are working hard to convince the public that THEY are the great defenders of minority interests while Republicans practically eat live puppies. But they’ve beaten that tactic to death. Now what?

It’s easy for them to make those claims when the Democrat press plays along with their games and amplify their lies in their media echo chambers.

And then along comes a candidate that wrecks their narrative.

A candidate who is from one of the hard-hit Democrat strongholds.

A candidate drawn from the very populations the Left tries to politicize and pit against us.

A candidate that is both black and a woman.

A very intelligent and photogenic woman, we might add.

This is BAD news for their narrative. But what is WORSE news is the effective way she is presenting her candidacy.

She has flipped the Democrat narrative and hijacked their message.

Meet Kimberly Klacik.

From Baltimore.

She cares about the lives of citizens in Baltimore.

Yes, that includes black lives.

It includes the lives of black American citizens that have been consistently taken for granted and failed by their governments.

It includes the lives of black American citizens who have their own opinion about whether their police should be defunded. (Spoiler alert — they should NOT.)

You might appreciate her @KimKBaltimore Twitter bio:

Republican Congressional Nominee in MD-District 7. ProTrump. Anti-Squad. Zero Tolerance for Corruption. TERM LIMITS, no lifelong pensions. Vote ? Nov 3rd

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