D.C. Conservatives Want GOP To Run Anti-Clinton Ads In Senate States: ‘Nationalize The Race’

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event at The Manor Complex on October 30, 2016 in Wilton Manors, Florida.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — A coalition of prominent Beltway conservatives is pushing the Republican National Committee to nationalize Senate races around Hillary Clinton’s scandals.

George Landrith, president of the Frontiers of Freedom Institute, fronts the Super PAC America Is Worth It. It wants other Super PAC and Republican Senate campaigns to stop shying away from the presidential race with eight days to go.

Landrith thinks the party needs anti-Hillary Clinton ads exposing her corruption in light of the FBI investigation into Clinton’s private email server being re-opened. America Is Worth It PAC sent a letter to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus calling on him to “send in the fourth-quarter plays.”

Landrith urges Priebus to re-focus Senate candidates’ messaging on attacks on the “liberal media bosses.” That line of campaigning has been very beneficial to Donald Trump.

America Is Worth It PAC also wants Republicans to question Democratic Senate candidates on their party’s ties to left-wing figures like Al Sharpton, the ACLU, and George Soros.

The PAC’s pitch: the only way to defeat Chuck Schumer’s bid to become Majority Leader is to join “The Deplorables” alongside Donald Trump’s loyal supporters.

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