The Democratic Party has consistently proved lately that they are devoid of all class. Democratic Representative Maxine Waters called for supporters to violently attack members of the current administration if they saw them in public.
Hollywood liberals have threatened the President’s family, including the children. Now, one Democratic state House candidate in Delaware has been caught on a homeowner’s security camera stealing her Republican opponent’s pamphlet, and replacing it with her own.
Western Journal writes:
As WCAU-TV reported, Randy J. Smith of Middletown posted a Facebook update on Sunday including a video apparently showing Monique Johns approach his door and pilfer a campaign flyer for her Republican opponent in the state representative race for Delaware’s 9th District.
In the video, incumbent Kevin Hensley is clearly seen coming up on Smith’s door. The footage goes on to show Johns later come up to the home’s front door, remove the original pamphlet, and replace it with her own.
The post on social media quickly went viral, leaving Americans shocked and angry. After all, shouldn’t we have access to all information before making a decision on who we want to vote for? This is America.
“That is messed up and she should be ashamed,” Beth Sonchen Bannister wrote in response to the post. “Hopefully this gets shared enough that nobody will vote for a thief.”
Michele Matranga Henniger questioned, “Isn’t that the same as stealing a sign off someone’s property? She should be made to withdraw!”
Delaware Democratic Party Chairman Erik Raser-Schramm released a statement in which he distanced the state party from the actions carried out by Johns.
“Without equivocation, we reject these tactics and call on Ms. Johns to join us in apologizing to Rep. Hensley and the voters of the 9th District, and to recommit herself to running the kind of campaign the Delaware Democratic Party demands from its candidates,” he wrote.
It wasn’t long before Johns posted an apology to Facebook.
She wrote, “Today, I ask for the forgiveness of the residents of the 9th Representative District. I made a mistake. I removed the literature of my opponent’s campaign from the door of a voter. It was wrong and I should never have done it.”
She also called her disgusting actions a “lapse in judgement.” She also stated that she would not try to come up with an excuse, as there was none.
Smith was interviewed by WDEL-TV. During the interview, he based explained that he figured out it was Johns in the video by using common sense.
He stated, “With the Arlo system I can kind of zoom in, it’s pretty clear as day. I did talk to a few people in our community, and they did say that they had interactions with (Johns) that day. I mean you can’t say 100 percent, it’s hard to tell if that is her, but it sure does look pretty close to her.”
“Campaigns are auditions for leadership positions, not win-at-all-cost prank wars,” Raser-Schramm explained. “Tampering with the signs or campaign materials of an opponent isn’t just a bad election strategy – it’s bad for our democracy.”