25 Local Elected Officials Call on Con Artist Congressman Rouda to Take Down “Deceptive and Misleading” Ad

“Undertones of racism and sexism”

Huntington Beach, CA – Twenty-five local elected officials from throughout Orange County sent a letter to Con Artist Congressman Harley Rouda demanding he immediately take down his “deceptive and misleading” ads attacking Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Michelle Steel. 
From the letter:
“The ads you are running deliberately distort her voting record and omit pertinent facts on actions she took as Board Chairwoman in order to protect Orange County taxpayers, root out corruption, and streamline county government.
“We expect better of our Representative in Congress. 
“Your actions to smear a Korean immigrant who came to this country in search of a better life and has sought to give back to her community via public service carry heavy undertones of racism and sexism.” 
Rouda has a history of discrimination against women and people of color.  
Rouda has admitted that in college he attended a racist Mekong Delta frat party where men dressed as American soldiers and women dressed as Vietnamese prostitutes.
One of Rouda’s businesses was required to pay $2 million to a woman with cancer after Rouda fired the employee because her healthcare costs were too high. 
A copy of the full letter can be found here.

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