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Ken Timmerman, a GING-PAC candidate running for the House of Representatives in Maryland was scheduled to debate Congressman Chris Van Hollen last week. The debate was sponsored by B’Nai Israel, one of the largest synagogues in his district.
While Timmerman was on stage taking questions from the audience, a runner came in and handed a note to the moderator. The note informed the moderator that Van Hollen was in the parking lot and would not come in until Timmerman had finished. He was afraid to openly debate Timmerman.
According to Timmerman: “After our initial debate on Sept 28, where I challenged Van Hollen on his record of failure during his 10 years in office, he has not wanted to face tough questioning again.
“He also ducked a candidate forum on Monday hosted by the Frederick County Commission for Women. Even Sen. Ben Cardin showed up to debate Republican Dan Bongino – but not Van Hollen.”
“We had great press coverage of the B’nai Israel event in the Washington Jewish Week and in the Gazette.
“As you can see from those articles, when Van Hollen attempted to defend his record, no one believed a word he was saying.
“We have brought the facts about his record before voters in an extraordinary door-to-door campaign, thanks to many of you volunteers.
“He never once addressed his well-documented ties to the anti-Israel, George Soros-funded group known as J Street. Nor would he mention his close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood front group, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), or to the pro-Tehran lobby in Washington, DC.”
“Instead, he tried to substitute a different set of facts.
“I know the tide has turned in this election. This is something very difficult to describe – and yet, it is unmistakable.”
Support the work of GING-PAC in getting men like Ken Timmerman elected to the House this November. Let’s fire Van Hollen and replace him with a man of principle and courage – not a coward like Van Hollen who is afraid to honestly debate his relationship to the Muslim Brotherhood or his dismal record in the House.