Palm Beach Democrats and Frankel exposed for pushing anti-Loomer election hoax
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Palm Beach Democrats and Frankel exposed for pushing anti-Loomer election hoax

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Anti-Establishment Congressional candidate and free speech activist Laura Loomer is attracting support and votes from disgruntled and disillusioned Democrats just as a Democrat voter guide has been distributed with Loomer being listed as the preferred candidate in District 21, and not Democrat Rep. Lois Frankel.

The voter guide in question is a hoax, paid for and distributed by Democrats in the district.

 The Floridian has revealed that the guide was designed to make Loomer appear as though she’s spreading misinformation to voters.

The Palm Beach Democrat Party is accusing Loomer of distributing the guides, calling them “fake” and  “a hatchet job” that is unlike their official guide. 

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“PSA: BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR FAKE DEM VOTER GUIDES!” the Palm Beach County Democrat Party posted. “Ours are professionally printed, double-sided, unlike this hatchet job. We endorse & support Lois Frankel, NOT Laura Loomer.”- Facebook posting by PB Democratic Party

This is an image of a side-by-side comparison of the alleged fake guide with the alleged authentic Democrat voter guide.

Earlier today, The Floridian spoke to a source within the Frankel campaign who said that it was the Frankel campaign itself that printed the guides in hopes cause this kind of controversy in order to damage Loomer at the ballot box.

In addition, the source furnished the original voter guide that shows the disclaimer of who actually paid for, and is ultimately responsible for the advertisement.

The actual “original” voter guide shows that it was paid for by the “Palm Beach County Democratic Party,” yet the image Palm Beach Democrats posted on their Facebook page crops out the disclaimer. Why?

This campaign tactic may have backfired, as our source has told us that he or she is “very uncomfortable with these kinds of smear tactics” that she finds to be unethical and will no longer be volunteering for either the Frankel campaign and the Palm Beach Democratic Party.

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Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning political journalist. Diverse New Media, Corp. publishes Floridianpress.com, Hispolitica.com, shark-tank.com, and Texaspolitics.com He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming, and biking. Javier is also a political consultant and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Learn more at www.brownpeople.org Email him at [email protected]