Democrat scare tactics directed at African Americans are both insulting and infuriating, said African-American businessman Dave Chadwick on Newsmax TV's
"It's a bit disappointing how they choose to talk down to us, as if we're too stupid to understand that no one is going to take away our right to vote and no one is going to lynch us if the Democrats don't get into office," said Chadwick, who lives in North Carolina, where a close race for the U.S. Senate
is taking place between the incumbent Democrat, Kay Hagan, and her Republican challenger, Thom Tillis.
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He referenced a flier circulated in Fayetteville, North Carolina black communities depicting a man being lynched by the KKK with a caption that read: If Kay Hagan doesn't win, the impeachment of Obama will begin.
"What they were inferring by the picture is if the Democrats don't win, we're going to be lynched, said Chadwick. "How stupid do I have to be to believe that?"
He said that he and his friends have been disappointed with the Obama administration for a while and that Democrats are sinking to new depths to pander to and frighten black people in North Carolina.
"There are already commercials that are running on the local R&B stations, which has a lady saying in light of what took place in Ferguson, if we don't get our candidates voted in, the police are not accountable to us.
"I don't understand that kind of tactic and I hope it doesn't work with most people. Unfortunately, I didn't think we'd see a second term of this administration and we did. There's a lot of emotion at play."
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