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WATCH – Blatant Democrat Racism Illuminates Agenda of Hate In Campaign Propaganda Ad *VIDEO* #o4a #Democrat

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 31st, 2017

Democratic candidate for Virginia governor Ralph Northam is not distancing himself from the controversial ad suggesting supporters of Republican candidate Ed Gillespie are seen as Confederates who attack minority children.

The sickeningly racist Marxist propaganda ad titled “American Nightmare” was released by Democratic group Latino Victory Fund (LVF) and will run through election day.

The propaganda piece shows minority children being chased by a white driver in a pickup truck, decked out with a Confederate flag, a “Gillespie for governor” bumper sticker and a “Don’t tread on me” license plate.

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The Marxist Hispanic voting organization stood by their blatantly untrue & racist propaganda on Tuesday; doubling-down on a vicious campaign video that showed a random GOP voter intentionally mowing down minority children in his Confederate-flag adorned pick-up truck.

Virginia Democrat candidate Ralph Northam defended the video on Tuesday, used Hitler’s tactic of “accuse the other side of that which you are guilty”, saying Gillespie’s own rhetoric forced the Communist organization to create the defamatory propaganda.

“Independent groups are denouncing Ed Gillespie because he has run the most divisive, fear-mongering campaign in modern history,” Northam campaign spokeswoman Ofirah Yheskel told Fox News. “It is not shocking that communities of color are scared of what his Trump-like policy positions mean for them.”

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