February 4, 2018
Behold, my friends – the political ad of our generation.
It has certainly angered the shitlibs and cuckolds.
The Republican primary challenger in Illinois’ gubernatorial race is in hot water for a campaign ad that mocks the transgender community, Women’s March activists and immigration activists.
State Rep. Jeanne Ives, who is running against Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner in the Republican primary, released the ad Saturday in an attempt to challenge her opponent’s conservative values.
Her 30-second spot features actors outfitted to portray a transgender woman, an anti-fascist protestor wearing a hood and a bandana over his face, a member of the Chicago Teachers Union and a Women’s March activist.
Each character mockingly thanks Rauner for enacting policies that support their supposed demographic. The ad, as the Chicago Tribune pointed out, misrepresents the effects of Rauner’s policies.
“Thank you for signing legislation that lets me use the girls’ bathroom,” says a transgender woman in a red dress. The bill the ad is referencing, House Bill 1785, does not mention transgender bathroom rights. Instead, the legislation allows transgender individuals to change their gender printed on birth certificates with a doctor’s approval.
The actor portraying the hooded activist thanked Rauner “for opposing law enforcement and making Illinois a sanctuary state for illegal immigrant criminals.” It was a nod to the Illinois Trust Act, a bill signed into law by Rauner in August barring local law enforcement from detaining someone based solely on their immigration status and limiting their cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
Another actor, a woman in a pink “pussy hat,” thanks Rauner for “making all Illinois families pay for my abortions,” referencing House Bill 40. Rauner signed HB 40 into law in September, expanding state-funded abortion coverage for women on Medicaid.
After Ives’ ad made its rounds on the internet, advocacy groups, Republicans and Democrats lashed out against Ives, calling her video bigoted and offensive.
Equality Illinois criticized Ives for using a transgender person in the divisive ad, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
“We need a governor who will stand up for all Illinoisans, not someone who will target transgender Illinoisans for their personal political benefit,” the group’s spokesman Brian Johnson told the newspaper.
Ives’ campaign did not return HuffPost’s requests for comment.
I still can’t believe “transgender” is this public thing.
What I can believe is that now that it is a thing, the boomer Christians are cucking on it. There are GOP people attacking this ad as hateful to trannies right along with the Democrats.
Tim Schneider, the chairman of the state’s GOP and a Rauner ally, called for Ives to pull the divisive ad and apologize to the communities it targeted.
Ives’ “campaign ad does not reflect who we are as the Party of Lincoln and as proud residents of our great and diverse state,” Schneider said in a statement. “She should pull down the ad and immediately apologize to the Illinoisans who were negatively portrayed in a cowardly attempt to stoke political division.”
Granted, Tim Schneider might be a kike – though he certainly doesn’t look like one.
And if he is – what of that?
Christian GOP boomer figures are allowing kikes to run roughshod over them and are not even speaking out in defense of their own stated values.
Christian conservatives first cucked on women, then race, then pornography, then faggot rights, then mass third world immigration, then “gay marriage” – so what did you expect, other than that they would be out there defending the “right” of trannies to be in bathrooms with little girls?
The only thing that they haven’t cucked on is abortion, and honestly, from the outside, it appears to me as though the abortion issue is simply a way to justify cucking on every single other issue. Like “oh but at least there’s one thing we still believe in…”
It’s absolutely disgusting. These people have wrecked the Christian faith, apparently just because they wanted to be nice, to the point where there is really nothing left of it.