A new ad that’s set to air on Fox News in Tulsa features longtime Oklahoma Republican voters who say that President Donald Trump does not deserve to be reelected.
The ad, which was produced by the Republican Voters Against Trump organization, features two lifelong Oklahoma Republicans named Carter and Nancy who say they regret backing the president in 2016 and that they hope he loses his reelection bid in 2020.
“I voted for Donald Trump in 2016,” Nancy says in the ad. “I tried to cross my fingers and hope that we could get through four years without a major crisis. Well, I lost that bet!”
Carter then accuses GOP lawmakers of being “scared” of the president and recommends that the party get back to some of its “core beliefs” that have been abandoned since Trump took it over.
“Trump is a danger our country,” Nancy then chimes in. “He is a danger to our democracy. He needs to go — so I will be voting for Joe Biden.”
Trump is set to have his big comeback rally in Tulsa on Saturday, and the ad has been slated to run on Fox News in that city in the apparent hope that the president will see it.
Watch the video below.
‘Black Voices for Trump’ spokesperson wants to nullify 100,000 Black votes he says were ‘tampered with’
Paris Dennard, a spokesperson for Black Voices for Trump, on Tuesday suggested that someone "tampered with" the votes of Black Americans in a scheme to steal the election from President Donald Trump.
During an interview on Newsmax, Dennard said that he believes that Trump will overturn the results of the election despite a determination by the General Services Administration (GSA) that Joe Biden is the president elect.
"There's no doubt that if we are able to prove our case in court looking at the states -- Arizona, looking at Georgia, looking at places like Michigan and Pennsylvania -- where we believe that there are irregularities," Dennard opined. "If we can show fraud going forward and toss out illegally cast ballots, ballots that should not have been counted, people that are dead or are not on the roles or if there's anything -- evidence that can be provided about [Dominion Election Systems] and any discrepancies there, it can overturn the certifications in these states and, thus, giving President Trump the win through the legal votes that were cast."
Conservative fears that Trump-loving conspiracy nuts could hand Democrats the Senate
Conservative National Review editor Rich Lowry is worried that Trump-loving conspiracy nuts could hand Democrats the Senate during next month's run-off elections in Georgia.
Writing at NRO's "The Corner" blog, Lowry points to recent comments made by President Donald Trump and Trump-backing attorneys Lin Wood and Sidney Powell that attack Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp for following the law and certifying President-elect Joe Biden's win in the Peach State.
Trump allies relentlessly lobbied election officials in a mad scramble to reverse the president’s loss: report
On Tuesday, The New York Times podcast "The Daily" looked at how President Donald Trump has — unsuccessfully — tried to use the machinery of state and local government around the country to dismantle
"His team filed a litany of court cases in battleground states. In some, such as Georgia and Michigan, the president and his allies took an even more bullish approach, attempting to use their influence to bear down on election officials, even at the lowest levels of state government," said the report. "They have been relentless and tenacious in the efforts to transform the president’s fortunes. But the results have been immovable: Joe Biden is the president-elect."