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Joe Biden Continues His Assault on Democrat Roy Cooper in New TV Ad

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    Raleigh NC     Joe Biden continues his attacks on Democrat Governor Roy Cooper with his next North Carolina specific attack ad. The North Carolina Republican Party has previously highlighted how Biden's basement based campaign already blasted Cooper for his utter failure to start the North Carolina economy. On the same day that Cooper announced an extension of his economic lockdown with no plan on how to reopen the economy safely and that all children would be subjected to a one-size-fitz-all stay-at-home back-to-school plan, Democrat Joe Biden launched an ad promising to soothe the anxiety caused by Governor Cooper's response to COVID-19. It is sad to watch Biden launch attacks at fellow Democrat Roy Cooper instead of answering questions from the press after major policy announcements.

    "Sleepy Joe makes another basement blunder approving an ad highlighting Governor Roy Cooper's failure to manage the COVID-19 crisis," said NCGOP Press Secretary Tim Wigginton. "Biden's internal polls must show that Cooper's incompetent management of COVID is repulsive to NC voters, forcing his campaign to keep making ads 'accidentally' blasting Cooper."

    This election provides a bright contrast between Republicans and Democrats. President Donald J. Trump and Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest have worked tirelessly to manage the COVID crisis and safely reopen the economy. In comparison, Sleepy Joe Biden is plagiarizing Trump's COVID-19 response and attacking other Democrat candidates. Despite three decades in public office, Roy Cooper still doesn't have a workable plan to address COVID-19.

  • Contact: Tim Wigginton


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