Jobs Not Mobs

“Jobs not mobs” has become a GOP mantra in this year’s elections. It is, I think, an excellent theme. Minnesota’s Freedom Club, of which I am a member, is the state’s most effective political organization. It has produced a series of television ads attacking Democratic candidates Tim Walz and Keith Ellison for their anti-safety policies, i.e., sanctuary state and, in Ellison’s case, endorsement of cop killers.

Now the Freedom Club has come out with a new ad, which will begin airing within the next 48 hours. It attacks the Democrats’ mob tactics:

The TV ad is accompanied by this radio ad:

I think this approach is highly effective; it should cause the Democrats to squeal and thus generate earned media. I am not sure whether it is being echoed in other states with close midterm races, but I hope so!

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