The regime was furious after a 30-second campaign ad from Pennsylvania dazzled fans watching the Super Bowl game.
Republican candidate for US Senate in Pennsylvania Dave McCormick aired a commercial citing the “self-inflicted” problems facing the Biden administration and it was shown across all platforms on NBC during the Super bowl in Pennsylvania.
“The issues we are facing are so much bigger than ‘Brandon,’” McCormick told Fox News. “The frustration and anger we are feeling toward the failures of our current leadership in Washington is what motivated me to run.”
“Whether it’s not being able to afford gas or groceries because of record-high inflation, rampant crime in our cities, a dramatic spike in the trafficking of fentanyl and human exploitation across open borders, or the disgraceful lack of accountability for the death of 13 young service members in Afghanistan – these problems were self-inflicted by Joe Biden and the extreme policies of the left,” McCormick said. “Pennsylvanians have had enough.”
“I believe in its greatness,” he told Fox News. “Together we can turn things around by restoring common sense and strong leadership.”
McCormick was considered for a top position inside the Trump administration and his wife, Dina Powell served as deputy national security adviser.
Meanwhile, the rhino establishment in Pennsylvania is pushing tv host, Dr. Oz, after they did away with Sean Parnell.
McCormick has received endorsements from Mike Pompeo, Senator Ted Cruz, and now Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Below is the guy the GOP establishment is trying to back instead of people like McCormick…
Curious as to what political advice Dr Oz is getting for his Pennsylvania GOP Senate campaign that would land him in Hollywood today for this. (Not to mention the medical advice.) pic.twitter.com/0ETx7tanOC
A little over a week ago, Oz met with GOP state committee members and answered their questions alongside other Republican Senate candidates at a hotel just outside Harrisburg. Afterward, a straw poll was held. Despite his widespread name ID and deep pockets — he’s spent or booked $5.4 million on TV ads since Nov. 30 — Oz received just one vote out of more than 100 cast.