One effect of the migrant crisis along America’s southern border has been a boom in human trafficking, a fact that some Republican politicians have been drawing attention to.
A new ad is drawing attention to the problem as well, and it’s laying some of the blame on one of New Hampshire’s Democratic senators.
The ad tells Sen. Maggie Hassan that “sex traffickers could never succeed without you”
“Thank you Senator Hassan for keeping the border open,” it read, stating, “Sex traffickers could never succeed without friends like you.”
It’s not the first time @citizens_sanity has published ads attacking Hassan for her radical policies:
One ad thanked Hassan for ‘voting to keep predators out of prison. Jail is no place for violent criminals.’ pic.twitter.com/uParMGvmA4
— Wendell Husebø (@WendellHusebo) September 8, 2022
Other ads mention crime and protect women’s sports
This is far from being the only ad that Citizens for Sanity has put out. One released last week took issue with Democratic Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman’s support for allowing transgender athletes to compete against biological women.
— Terry Schilling 🇺🇸 (@Schilling1776) September 9, 2022
Meanwhile, Citizens for Sanity produced an ad featuring video footage of attacks by violent criminals. According to a Gallup poll, just over half of Americans say they are worried a “great deal” about crime.
This Labor Day, American Workers deserve to be safe. Stop the leftwing love affair with criminals! Stop the progressive assault on public safety!pic.twitter.com/PQqt7KhFml
— Citizens for Sanity (@citizens_sanity) September 5, 2022
Yet another tactic that the organization has adopted is putting up billboards featuring sarcastic messages. One in Chicago reads, “If you don’t like being mugged then YOU are the problem.”
Hey Chicago! pic.twitter.com/s3ZrP2Jj66
— Citizens for Sanity (@citizens_sanity) September 6, 2022
What’s more, a billboard in Atlanta expresses words of thanks to Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock “for voting to keep violent criminals out of jail,” adding, “Gang members need to earn a living too.”