Democrats Bug Mitch McConnell Campaign Meeting on Ashley Judd; Media Portrays Judd as Victim

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We can hope there was a cover up too!
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“Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s reelection campaign asked the FBI and the U.S. attorney’s office on Tuesday to investigate how Mother Jones magazine obtained a recording of a February strategy session. ‘Senator McConnell’s campaign is working with the FBI and has notified the local U.S. Attorney in Louisville, per FBI request, about these recordings. … Obviously a recording device of some kind was placed in Senator McConnell’s campaign office without consent.'”

What it was, they recorded a strategery meeting of McConnell staffers talking about opposition research they could use against the actress Ashley Judd who was thinking of running against McConnell in the 2014 Senate race. Now, Judd recently announced that she was not gonna run precisely because of all the things that she has said that they turned up. It would make it very, very difficult for her to explain some of these things on the campaign trial, like she’s from Tennessee, but she’s running… this woman is a militant pro-abortionist as well. Not quite Kentucky’s cup of tea. She’s really, really, really, I mean, really way out there on the left.

She even once admitted — I think I’m pretty sure I’m right about this. She once admitted that she had to go to some kind of therapy to deal with overwhelming control issues, particularly in relationships that she had. She was very domineering, maniacally so, poisoning relationships with her control mechanism that she even admitted to and had to go deal with. Anyway, that’s the kind of stuff that’s out there, so she’s decided not to run, but nevertheless Mother Jones magazine somehow got a recording device in McConnell’s office, think Watergate. Think Watergate here.

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