By Jessica Nelson The American conservative and the Republican Party are no longer competing on the issue of advertising in this election cycle.
But as the presidential candidates and campaigns continue to campaign, it’s becoming increasingly clear that they are in fact waging a war on the American people.
It’s been a war that’s been waged for decades, but now the fight has escalated to the highest levels of government, where the GOP is actively trying to undermine American democracy.
The most recent example came from a billboard campaign in Ohio, where a billboard advertising campaign for a new GOP candidate was placed in front of a large American flag.
The billboard was designed by a local company called “Ace Flag,” and features a picture of an American flag on the side of a building.
The slogan on the billboard reads “I’m with the flag.
It means everything to me.”
It was placed on a highway near the Ohio statehouse in the state capital of Columbus.
The billboards are part of a campaign that is being promoted by the right-wing group “ACE Flag” as a response to a Democratic candidate who ran on the slogan, “I love the flag.”
Ace flag, whose campaign is being supported by the Republican National Committee and the American Conservative Union, claims that the slogan was used by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
The campaign claims that this slogan was inspired by the phrase “I do not like American flags.”
“When the message is one of hate, ignorance, and disrespect for the American flag, it is absolutely unacceptable and it should be a red flag,” said a representative of Ace Flag in a statement to The Associated Press.
“In a democracy, we all need to stand together to show the American public that we do not hate the American Flag and do not want our government to be used as a tool for political gain.”
The American Conservative is an organization that was founded in 1988 by David Horowitz and Andrew Breitbart.
Its primary goal is to spread a conservative message through billboard advertising and other propaganda efforts.
A few years ago, Ace Flag put billboards on Interstate 70 near Philadelphia that read “Don’t trust the Democrats.”
In response, Democrats quickly protested the billboards, saying the message of “I Do Not Like American Flags” was “insensitive, hateful and irresponsible.”
The billboards were subsequently removed from the highway.
A few weeks ago, a billboard in North Carolina featured a picture taken in the same location as the billboard that was placed by Ace Flag.
In it, a woman is holding a sign that reads, “A Flag for America.”
The billboard reads, in part: “I stand with the American Nation.
I will stand with our flag and stand with everyone else who supports it.”
The American Flag slogan is similar to the slogan used by the anti-immigration group, Stop the Islamization of America, which uses a similar message to the one displayed on the billboards.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been using the slogan “I will stand for the flag” in campaign commercials in recent weeks.
“I will not take this banner down, not one bit.
We will fight to make sure it stays up,” Trump said during a campaign stop in Florida.
“I want to see that message that we are going to stand for.”
“I think it’s really important that we have the American citizens standing up, that we put up billboards and make it really clear that we’re all against any sort of bigotry,” Trump added.
“It’s just not acceptable.
You cannot discriminate against people based on their faith.
I’m not talking about Muslims.
I don’t care if they’re Muslim or Christian or Jewish.
I want the American Dream for everyone, and I will make sure that I am standing with the Americans.”
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Omni Shoreham in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 15, 2020.
Trump has been making an effort to promote a message of hate during the election, including by saying that he believes Muslims are trying to take over the U.C.L.A. campus.
In a recent interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Trump said Muslims were trying to infiltrate the United States by “going through” schools.
“The Muslim community, the Islamic community, and everybody else, is trying to come into the United State of America,” Trump told Carlson.
“We have an influx of people coming in.
And they’re coming in to take our jobs, to take jobs away from us, to come in to do all sorts of things, to destroy our country.
So I will say this to all of you, and to everybody else: You cannot come into this country, take our country, and put people in.
You can’t do it.”
It is important to note that Ace Flag has made no attempt to back down from its anti-Muslim campaign.
In fact, it has been actively recruiting people to