Jim Lamon, a wealthy businessman running for the Senate in Arizona, appealed to Trump’s love and announced Let’s Go Brandon.
Jim Lamon Releases Unreasonable Marketing in 2022 (To date)
Here are the ads:
Jim Lamon, a Republican running for Senate in Arizona and seeking the approval of Trump (who is in power this week), has a new TV commercial that ends with the saying, “Come on Brandon!”
The wealthy businessman has $ 1 million advertising next month. pic.twitter.com/uZCZbAM3Bp
– Jacob Rubashkin (@JacobRubashkin) January 11, 2022
To say that the product is not well-advised would be an understatement. The fact that Lamon is investing $ 1 million in running the business shows that he sees it as money to raise his profile in the middle right and gain Trump’s approval.
The ads are nonsense.
Jim Lamon is running crazy. They are also running for “border control,” which should be easy because there are no border crossings. Lamon is also running on “electoral fraud” and that Democrats are rigging the election, but in particular, they are angry at Joe Biden for getting more votes than Donald Trump.
Republicans are doing nothing but the rage of the voters.
The GOP statement states “We are lost, and we are very angry.”
What will Jim Lamon do about COVID, or rising prices, or some other problem?
Based on his trade, he will do nothing but go to the Senate and go crazy.
Republicans are banking on angry voters in November, and they are not doing anything. Arizona has fallen into the purple category, so it is highly unlikely that such a business would work.
The ads show that Republicans have nothing, and if inflation and the epidemic go well in the fall, they will be in big trouble.
Mr. Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also the White House Press Pool and a DRM correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, and specialized public administration skills.
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