AFL-CIO Launches Ads Designed to Divide
Both Terry McAuliffe and the AFL-CIO have one thing in common: They want to try to convince Latino voters that Americans, and a Republican Party that seeks secure borders and the rule of immigration law, hate them. The strategy is to run Spanish-language ads that pull immigration-related statements from elected officials out of context, and then superimpose them over pictures of Latino soldiers and families. Today the AFL-CIO launched a large ad campaign allegedly designed to pressure House Republicans into passing a massive immigration-amnesty bill. In fact, these ads are merely designed to sow ethnic division and hatred – using Spanish language media as a separate channel to sow political division. The ads are misleading and are willfully manipulating immigration policy to further partisan advantage over sound public policy.
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