Mad Dog PAC (MDP) is pushing impeachment is now running an ad that is in very poor taste, especially after a deranged Democrat (Is there any other kind?) tried to do that very thing. MD PAC is using the ad to raise money.
The group uses billboards to attack President Trump, the GOP and the NRA. MDP wants to vote out treasonous Republicans (Where is the treason?) and replace them with Democrats who will vote for impeachment although the president has broken no laws. They also want to take out the NRA. (Good luck with that, nimrods)
Mad Dog’s donation strategy is likely to raise some eyebrows given that Scalise was attacked and nearly killed in 2017 at the Congressional Baseball Game.
A lone gunman shot Scalise, nearly taking his life on June 14, 2017. The bullet entered his body, shattering his hip, bones and tearing up some internal organs. The whip has spent much of the past year in and out of surgery and in recovery. He was still able to return to Congress in late September 2017.
The man who shot Scalise was an avid supporter of Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and other liberal causes. He was a member of Facebook groups like “Terminate the Republican party,” “Expose Republican Fraud” and “Donald Trump is not my president.”
The man who shot Scalise was a big Bernie Booster and had volunteered to work on his campaign.
After that fact was made know, Sanders said this:
“I have just been informed that the alleged shooter at the Republican baseball practice is someone who apparently volunteered on my presidential campaign. I am sickened by this despicable act. Let me be as clear as I can be: Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms. Real change can only come about through nonviolent action, and anything else runs against our most deeply held American values.”
The MDP campaign has not escaped the sight of Scalise’s office, who put out the following statement:
“This kind of extreme rhetoric has no place in our politics. Perhaps this left-wing group should channel their anger into more constructive behavior, like thanking President Trump for addressing the issues Americans actually care about, growing our economy and helping American workers provide for their families with the record number of jobs available and higher take-home pay thanks to Republican tax cuts and regulatory relief.”