By: Brian Evans
In the latest polling, it is showing Virginia’s Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) has lost her massive lead, and is now tied with Barbara Comstock (R-VA). The problem has been that Wexton, like many running on the Democrat tickets is not a moderate, but a far-left socialist democrat. Now, to make matters worse for Wexton, she has been caught using her own staff (one was her campaign field director) to pose as police in her ad campaign. Apparently, she needed to show police support for her campaign, and since she hasn’t had police support for her campaign, she decided to use fake ones in her ad campaign….
A new ad for Jennifer Wexton, a top Democratic challenger to Virginia GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock, briefly features three police officers signing a poster promising “Change is Coming.”
But none of them are actual law enforcement. In fact, one of them is Matt Leslie, Wexton’s field director, who, according to his LinkedIn profile, has never been and is not currently police.
The uniform the officers are wearing do not match any of the 11 law enforcement agencies — sheriff’s offices and police departments — in Virginia’s 10th District, where Wexton, a state senator, is challenging Comstock in what is expected to be one of the most closely contested races this November.
Brian White, a former Sheriff’s Deputy in Portsmouth, Virginia said…
“I have never seen uniforms in Virginia like that … at collective trainings or otherwise. Looks like Party City uniforms.”
Brian White, Former Sheriff Deputy in Portsmouth, Virginia
Virginia House candidate Jennifer Wexton’s field director Matt Leslie, in glasses, is one of three people playing police officers in one of her ads. (Jennifer Wexton for Congress via YouTube)
Interestingly, all signs in Senate and now House races across the nation seem to follow one distinctive trend, and that trend is that Democrats appear to be getting desperate in their bid to win seats in the Senate and the House. Now, with less than 12 days to go until election day, the Republican wave appears to be forming.