Kentucky: Governor’s Race Swings 8 Points After Transgender Ad Reveals Truth
Why people who think they are the opposite sex are not being dealt with via a mental health care plan is beyond me. They are obviously confused and delusional. Not only that, the culture is attempting to tell us they are normal, so normal that boys are entering girls sporting events now as “girls,” and obviously dominating, leaving real, young girls at a disadvantage when it comes to competing and even gaining scholarships, but in the gubernatorial race in Kentucky, a Democrat just saw an eight point swing in favor of his Republican opponent because the truth came out in a new ad.
Here’s the new ad by Campaign for American Principles (CAP).
A conservative group notes polling data shows an eight-point swing in voters’ shift to incumbent GOP Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin from Democrat candidate Andy Beshear after they view ads highlighting Beshear’s support of biological men competing in women’s sports.
The Campaign for American Principles (CAP) states:
The ads are moving voters in an incredible way — the chart below represents over 2,000 respondents. The gray bar represents Bevin’s support among voters BEFORE seeing the ad and the blue bar is Bevin’s support from voters AFTER seeing the ad. For voters 45-54, Bevin sees an 8pt increase in support, 55-64 give him an additional 4.1pts, and 65+ shift over 9.4pts towards Bevin after seeing the ad.
“All any athlete wants is a fair shot in competition,” the ad’s narrator states. “To play by the rules. To show how hard work pays off and how champions are made.”
“But what if the rules change?” the narrator asks. “If Andy Beshear gets his way, there won’t be any rules. Anyone at any time could change teams for any reason. Beshear calls this equality. But is it fair?”
“Vote against Andy Beshear,” CAP urges. “He’s too extreme for Kentucky.”
So far, Beshear is being shown for the criminally minded person and anti-American he is by pushing such agendas.
This is the first ad of a $250,000 digital ad campaign microtargeting 400,000 Democrat and independent voters in Kentucky.
In addition to this ad, there will be a second one produced to target the same voters and will cost an additional $200,000.
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media