Meet "Democrat" Kesha Rogers: Worse Than Ted Cruz
5/28/14 Update: Last night David Alameel defeated Kesha Rogers in the Texas Primary Runoff. An overwhelming margin, 72.4%, voted for Alameel and left Kesha with only 27.6% of the vote. Alameel will face Cornyn in November.
We’ve pointed out before why Ted Cruz doesn’t deserve your vote or political support. However, there’s someone else running for office - as a Democrat - who could make it onto the ballot...and makes Cruz look like a stand up citizen in comparison.
Her name is Kesha Rogers and she thinks Obama starting a thermonuclear war is a legitimate concern. So she wants to execute him.
Running for the U.S. Senate as a “LaRouche Democrat” Rogers has already been rejected by the Democratic Party. The State Democratic Executive Committee’s released its official party position on Rogers’ candidacy. “The Texas Democratic Party will have no relationship with the campaign of any person identifying him or herself as aligned with the LaRouche Movement or Lyndon LaRouche…”
Now, being rejected by your own party isn’t the greatest thing in the world, but sometimes ideological differences can get in the way. What was this Senate hopeful’s ideological difference? Well, to start there’s the fact that her main focus is the impeachment of President Obama and that she frequently and easily compares him to Adolf Hitler - a genocidal psychopath responsible for the deaths and systematic oppression of millions of people.
Because the best way to win a campaign is to sound like a 12 year old trolling in the comments section of a website.
Kesha Rogers also produced a highly offensive video in which she, again, refers to the President as Hitler and cheerfully calls for his doctor to “administer some pentathol of sodium”. Sodium thiopental was commonly used during lethal injections in U.S. executions until 2010.
There is no sugar coating this - Rogers has no qualms with suggesting that the President should be killed.
Rogers is entirely unfit for office or any podium from which she could express such a vitriolic and aggressive ideology.
As we gear up for elections, it is important to remember that the power of the vote becomes stronger than ever. When we refuse to endorse people like Rogers we are sending the message that we want clear headed and competent individuals in office. Voters deserve facts and solutions, not fear mongering and offensive comparisons.