The David Vitter has sent out the following email to its supporters. The focus is that David Vitter is the hope Louisiana needs to protect the state from dangerous elements such as the Syrian Refugees.
As a Jewish person, I find this powerful “anti-religious freedom” fervor both incredibly hypocritical but obnoxiously repugnant. I am repulsed by the endorsement of a man and his xenophobia that seriously reminds me of the evil passions that engulfed Nazi Germany. We are not alone in our anxieties of the unknown. The good German people saw its economy destroyed, its honor denied and its people’s personal safety jeopardized. Instead of finding solutions to its many problems, it reacted, following those who provided easy answers of blaming others.
While David Vitter has received big endorsements from his Congressional delegation and from some statewide officials, back home, in David Vitter's home turf, Jefferson Parish, a group of government officials are coming out to support Jon Bel Edwards.
According to the most recent tracking poll from Verne Kennedy, Jon Bel Edwards leads David Vitter by ten points when accounting for only 20% of African American vote and by fifteen when accounting for 26% of the vote.
The poll indicates a overall gain by Vitter of 1% from the report released Saturday.
The Syrian Refuge
David Vitter is taking on Jon Bel Edwards and President Obama on the Syrian Refugee issue and the Paris terror attacks.
Last night, Vitter and Edwards discussed the issue in the debate:
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
Edwards has double-digit lead
Democrat John Bel Edwards holds a double-digit lead over Republican David Vitter in the race for Louisiana governor, according to two new polls.
A poll release Monday by JMC Analytics showed:
*Edwards leads Vitter 51-35%. Undecided 13%.
On Saturday night, 8.5 million Americans had the misfortune to watch three dangerously out of touch liberals debate the major issues of the day during the Democratic Party’s presidential debate. It was another example of how Democrats prefer the fantasy of their liberal beliefs to the true reality we are facing as a nation.
Despite attempts to play down the David Vitter prostitution issue in the Louisiana gubernatorial election, it, unlike the US Senate race, might be a major contributor in causing Vitter to lose against a Democrat, Jon Bel Edwards, who only four months ago, had virtually no name recognition in the state.