Contentious Spanish-language ad calls tea party dangerous ‘radical terrorists’

As we get closer to the Tuesday elections, the order of the day for Democrats is desperation and fear mongering.

A contentious. Spanish-language, ad released in Texas by the Bexar County Democratic Party referred to “Tea Party Republicans” as terrorists and radicals as it pushed its audience to vote for Democrats.

The ad started by showing the American and Mexican flags, saying they stand for “friendship, liberty, opportunity, and justice.” Next it showed the Gadsden flag, the symbol of the tea party, and called it “very dangerous.” It referred to tea party groups as “radical terrorists” while showing militiamen holding guns and saying they threaten “”our children and families with violence and firearms.”

In English, the ad reads

“These two flags represent friendship, liberty, opportunity and justice. This flag [the Gadsden flag] is very dangerous. It is the flag of the Republicans of the Tea Party. They are radical terrorists who want to take matters into their own hands, affecting our children and families with violence and firearms on the border and in our cities. This Tuesday, November 4th, is the day of the election and it’s the only time we can make our voice count. For our common good, Vote Democrat!”

Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina took credit for creating the ad, the San Antonio Express-News reported.

“The tea party is not a political party. They’re a terrorist organization,” he said in a statement to the Express-News.

The Texas Federation of Hispanic Republicans posted a response on its Facebook page.

“So the Democrats want to call Tea Party friends of ours “Radical Terrorists.” Here is our response, which party in Texas has been aiding the cartels? Democrat elected officials are no different than the corrupt mayor in Guerrero, Mexico, who collaborated with the cartel to kidnap and murder 43 students. These Democrats conspire and benefit from border insecurity and crime.”

The Democratic ad was paid for by a $25,000 donation from personal injury attorney Thomas J. Henry.

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