Republican candidate for Congress Jarome Bell slammed his opponent, ex-Congressman Scott Taylor, as a “weak politician” ahead of Tuesday’s vote for the Republican nomination to Congress in Virginia’s 2nd District.
In the ad, Bell claimed that if voters send Taylor – who served in Congress from 2017 to 2019 – back to Washington, he will keep the status quo with his former colleagues on Capitol Hill, who have spent weeks kowtowing to riotous left-wing mobs, going as far as to kneel before them on national television as American cities burn.
“Violent communists like Antifa and BLM are burning America to ashes. When will it stop? It won’t if weak politicians like Scott Taylor win on Tuesday. The same violent communists doing the rioting are quietly cheering him on and if he wins, they win. Stop them! Stop them now! Stop Scott Taylor. Stop Nancy Pelosi. Vote Jarome Bell for Congress!”
As deadly riots tied to left wing activist groups Antifa and Black Lives Matter – have swept the nation, Bell has been outspoken on the need to restore law and order and protect law-abiding citizens.
In addition to the new ad, in a recent post to Facebook, posted after he was banned on Twitter, Bell took aim at Democrat incumbent Elaine Luria, who defeated Taylor during the 2018 midterms, asking why the Congresswoman has failed to denounce the actions of the left-wing mobs terrorizing American cities.