Supposedly, Donald Trump wasn’t presidential in bearing because he liked to tweet mean things about Jeb Bush, Rosie O’Donnell, and the Morning Joe hosts at 2 am.
Well, whatever concerns people might have had about his hilarious tweets not being dignified just got blown out of the water by Texas Railroad Commissioner candidate Sarah Stogner, a GOP candidate that just released a ridiculous campaign video on TikTok in which she poses naked on an oil rig with the caption “they said I needed money, I have other assets.”
They said I needed money. 🤣 I have other assets. pic.twitter.com/OI9z9EDRRG
— Sarah Stogner (@Sarah4RRC) February 14, 2022
No, that’s not a deepfake or fake commercial put out by the opposition. She released that smutty advertisement intentionally and is, apparently, proud of it. Responding to criticism, she said:
“Wow ok. I wish you would wait and hear what I have to say before making that decision. We have radiation in our water. But me scantily clad is where the line is drawn.”
Yes, a line for candidates is generally drawn when the clothes come off.
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When criticized on Twitter for the ad, Stogner said “How am I supposed to get my platform in front of people without cash money?”
Perhaps by other means than acting like a stripper, Sarah. That’s generally a good spot to begin unless running for the madame spot in a house of ill repute.
But the criticism wasn’t solely confined to Twitter. it extended to the editorial board of the San Antonio chronicle, an influential newspaper that had endorsed her before the ad was released.
That board revoked its endorsement and launched a campaign of bitter criticism upon seeing the ad and confirming that it was real. As Chron reported:
The clip also earned the ire of the San Antonio Express-News editorial board, which dropped its support of the first-time political candidate with a blistering missive days after publicly endorsing Stogner.