Thursday, July 17, 2014

Andrew Thomas Will Fight the Mexicans, Gays and Liberals, According to His Terrible New Ad

Posted By on Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 5:33 PM

Thanks to the fine people at the Arizona Capitol Times for bringing disgraced former Maricopa County Attorney/buddy of Joe Arpaio Andrew Thomas' first campaign ad in his ill-advised run for governor to light.

Remember when he was fighting crime in the greater Phoenix area? There weren't all these pesky immigrants around, with their protests and such, that's for sure!

Also, there's something called "The Patton Line", aggressive thumb-pointing and a small bridge in someone's backyard. It's all so hilarious and weird (and frightening, in case something strange happens and he gets past the primary, ohdeargodno).

Enjoy.

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