NATION’S FIRST U.S. SENATE CAMPAIGN AD
ATTACKING DEMOCRATS’ EBOLA POLICY
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE (October 30, 2014) – A gripping campaign advertisement began running in Delaware. This appears to be the nation’s first Republican ad laying the blame on Democrat policies for placing the American people at risk. It rolled out on WMDT-TV first and statewide cable television.
The tough new ad highlights the unpopular policies of President Barack Obama and Democrat Party leaders concerning how to protect the American people from the spread of Ebola and other diseases crossing America’s borders.
The ad titled “Chris Coons’ Ebola Zone” is targeting Democrat freshman incumbent US Senator Chris Coons, because Coons is Chair of the Africa Subcommittee of the Democrat-dominated United States Senate. Republican challenger Kevin Wade contends that all throughout the last year it was Coons’ job to raise the alarm about Ebola and to take the lead in proposing solutions.
The Ebola outbreak started in the Autumn of 2013. So, freshman Senator Chris Coons was “asleep at the lectern” for the last year, Wade explains. Coons is the Democrats # 1 voice and eyes and ears concerning the continent of Africa.
The ad is being aired by candidate Kevin Wade, Republican nominee or U.S. Senate from Delaware. The new Delaware Republican Party has new leadership under Chairman Charlie Copeland and Vice Chairman Nelly Jordan.
Kevin Wade is a businessman and engineer who founded his international engineering consulting business around his Christiana, Delaware, kitchen table 30 years ago. Wade graduated from the University of Delaware and worked for DuPont after going to work straight out of high school in a steel mine. Wade is widely popular among all Delaware Republicans: www.DEWade.com
An article has denounced the commercial as "fear mongering", although it only reiterates direct quotes from the tweets of Chris Coons himself. See for yourself how the commercial is being targeted here: http://www.ibtimes.com/ebola-epidemic-virus-fears-used-delaware-political-attack-ad-against-democrat-chris-coons-1717281
Chris Coons, Chair of the Subcommittee on African Affairs Foreign Affairs Committee, United States Senate:
U.S. to Toughen Ebola Screening at Airports
By Patricia Zengerle
WASHINGTON Wed Oct 8, 2014 7:30am EDT
"US Senator Chris Coons, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's Africa subcommittee, said more extreme proposals, such as stopping travelers or banning flights could lead to the targeting of any traveler who looked African or barring aid workers trying to come home."
"It's dangerous that we've got some folks in the heights of an election season stoking fears of Ebola and proposing expensive, unwieldy and unreasonable solutions such as trying to test and quarantine folks at airports," Coons said, referring to congressional elections on Nov. 4.”
According to Michelle Malkin’s website TWICHY, which specializes in capturing and monitoring political tweets, Chris Coons tweeted out from his official U.S. Senate office Twitter account --
Senator Chris Coons ? @ChrisCoons Follow
Stop Freaking Out About America's Single Ebola Death, and Start Worrying About West Africa
http://www.newrepublic.com/article/119759/ebola-outbreak-more-screening-wont-stop-epidemic-africa … via
@CitizenCohn and @tnr
2:38 PM - 12 Oct 2014
Chris Coons admits sending the tweet, but distracts by saying that it was the title of the news article at the left-wing magazine New Republic that he was forwarding. But of course he was endorsing and does endorse the news article and the title. Most people put their own comment when forwarding an article on Twitter. Chris Coons has NOT suggested that he disagrees with the contents of what he tweeted. He has not apologized or in any way distanced himself from the messages.
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