Ad thanks Senator Maggie Hassan for keeping southern border open


An ad aired in New Hampshire on Thursday thanked embattled Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) for keeping the southern border open to invasion.

“Thank you, Senator Hassan, for keeping the border open,” read the large print ad in the Union Leader. “Sex traffickers could never succeed without friends like you.”

The ad was paid for by Citizens for Sanity. The group’s mission is to “return common sense to America, emphasize the importance of logic and reason, and defeat ‘wokeism’ and the ideologies of anti-critical thinking”.

In May, more illegal migrants crossed the southern border than in any other month in the history of the Department of Homeland Security, which represents a 300% increase since May 2021, according to the RNC research team.

Hassan, who is in a toss-up for re-election, ignored President Biden’s “catch and release” policy in PR videos. The term “catch and release” refers to the administration’s policy of releasing migrants nationwide pending a court hearing rather than detaining them, as required by law.

“Our front line staff need a significant and additional number of people on the ground at the border. They need more technology. They need access roads and in some places they need physical barriers,” Hassan said. said at the border in April.

This is not the first time that Citizens for Sanity has published ads attacking Hassan. An ad in August thanked Hassan for “voting to keep predators out of jail. Prison is no place for violent criminals.

Another announcement thanked Hassan for “voting to provide pregnancy care for biological men. The special treatment for women must end,” the announcement said.Ad thanks Senator Maggie Hassan for keeping southern border openFollow Wendell Husebo on Twitter @WendellHusebo. He is the author of Politics of Slave Morality.




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