FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boston, MA – Today, John Kingston’s campaign for U.S. Senate launched a new website highlighting Elizabeth Warren’s divisiveness and failure of leadership. Shedivides.com features a new line of hats with the slogan “Nevertheless, She Divides” and a video showcasing Warren’s pandering to extremists. “It’s time to take back our country from those like Elizabeth Warren who would divide us even further,” said campaign spokeswoman Jessica Roey. “John Kingston has worked his entire life uniting people across racial, political, and ideological divides. America does not need division or distraction — America needs a leader who can build bridges.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boston, MA – Elizabeth Warren’s extremist and out-of-touch views were showcased this morning when asked about the horrific murder of Mollie Tibbetts on CNN. Warren belittled the grieving family saying “I know this is hard” and urged Americans to focus on so-called “real problems” with immigration. “Sadly, this is just more of what we’ve come to expect from Elizabeth Warren and her extremist platform,” said Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Kingston. “After horrific tragedies like this, we should be focusing on bringing people together to heal – not trying to divide people to score cheap political points. Senator Warren’s outrageously insensitive remarks are yet another example of how out of touch she is. She should be ashamed and owes the Tibbetts family an immediate apology.” “Warren once again demonstrates she is more worried about illegal immigrants and open borders than the safety of American citizens. That is just wrong,” concluded Kingston.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boston, MA – Today, John Kingston’s campaign for U.S. senate launched a new video series titled “Commonwealth Conversations.” In the first episode, John meets with Larry Ellison, president of the Massachusetts Associations of Minority Law Enforcement Officers. “Commonwealth Conversations is an opportunity to talk to real people about real problems,” said Republican U.S. senate candidate John Kingston. “It was an honor speaking to President Ellison about his time growing up in Roxbury, busing to school in South Boston, and how opportunity has been so important in his life.” “Elizabeth Warren could learn something about the law enforcement community from Larry’s story, instead of insulting our entire criminal justice system from front to back,” Kingston added. “Senator Warren’s blanket statements about law enforcement could not be farther from the truth.” “Commonwealth Conversations embodies exactly what I hope to do as the Bay State’s next U.S. Senator,” Kingston continued. “It’s with open minds and open conversations that we can start bridging ideological gaps, pushing away partisanship, and start working for the people.”