Republican BOS Parrots Limbaugh, Promotes Wild Conspiracy Theories

The Republicans on the Board of Supervisors have put on their tinfoil hats to spread fear-inducing conspiracy theories of Hispandemic. Following the lead of conservatives like the despicable Rush Limbaugh and hundreds of other conservative media outlets, several Board members made outlandish comments linking displaced children from Central America to any disease they could think of, including Ebola, which hasn’t been detected anywhere in the western hemisphere outside of the US and Canada.

Below is our press release detailing some of the most offensive and ignorant comments.

141003 LCDC Press Release – BOS Demonizes Displaced Children

Volunteer Appreciation Party – Oct. 3

Educators for Foust …
Veterans for Foust …
East Loudoun … Abby Carter … … 708/217-9327
East Loudoun … Susan Balding … … 405/623-4505
East Loudoun … John Mulligan … … 703/785-2262
West Loudoun … Jenny Kaplan … … 305/962-5084
West Loudoun … Tommy Keefe … … 703/217-2605
West Loudoun … Emily Mills … … 703/229-2134

Take Back the 10th Fall Fundraiser with Sen. Mark Warner

4:00 PM, Saturday
October 4th, 2014

We invite you to come join our Democratic slate, Senator Mark Warner and future Representative John Foust, at the 10th CD Dems’ “Take Back the Tenth” Fall Fundraiser. The event starts at 4:00 P.M. on Saturday, October 4th, at the home of Bob and Mary Ann Hovis, 2700 Green Holly Springs Court, Oakton, VA, 22124.

With the retirement this year of longtime Republican Rep. Frank Wolf, 10th District Democrats have a historic opportunity to flip our seat in Congress back to the Democratic Party. To do this, we need your help to sustain our various efforts to elect John Foust and to defeat Barbara Comstock. Please attend this fundraiser if you can. Even if you can’t, please donate anyway

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Your contribution may be used in connection with federal elections and is subject to the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Contributions that comply with the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act will be deposited into the 10th CDDC Federal account, and unless otherwise designated for non-federal purposes, will be used in connection with Federal elections, and are subject to the above limitations and prohibitions. Other contributions will be deposited into the 10th CDDC non-federal account. Federal and Virginia state law require political committees to report the name, address, occupation and employer of individuals whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 and $100, respectively, in a calendar year. Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Paid for and authorized by the 10th Congressional District Democratic Committee, Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s campaign.