Hill Jabs Back at Gray in #GA6

I ain’t even gonna comment, except to say if you want to vote in the GA-6 Special Election, the deadline is today to register. Here is Judson Hill’s latest, unedited press release about Bob Gray:

Clearing up the ‘Gray matters’
Political swamp creature denies his own social media posts

The campaign of Judson Hill today politely informed politician Bob Gray that he should move out of the swamp before draining it.

Responding to evidence that he posted anti-Trump materials on his Facebook page, including a sign a with “Nope” written under Trump’s image, during last year’s general election, Gray proved his bona fides as a political Swamp Creature.

“He never owned, purchased, or displayed any such sign,” a Gray campaign spokesperson said, obviously hoping that a critical mass of 6th District voters have never used Facebook and don’t realize you can post an image of a sign that you don’t physically own.”

Keeping reading after the break.

“Moving from the swamp to dry land too quickly can prove fatal for a politician who’s gotten used to the swamp,” said Ian Caraway, campaign manager for Judson Hill. “As the campaign has unfolded we’ve seen more and more that Bob Gray isn’t who he claims to be. First, he’s an elected official, not an outsider, and he never supported Trump until a congressional seat came open and it became expedient to do so. He’s not a ‘willing partner’ for Trump so much as a ‘willing phony.'”

While Gray’s outsider credentials never withstood scrutiny, recent revelations undermine his argument that he’s a loyal soldier of the Make America Great Again army. Social media posts show he questioned Trump’s conservative bona fides and called his rhetoric “ridiculous.” He continued to post negativity about Trump even during the general election.

“Democrats are chomping at the bit for a comeback win here in this district. We can’t risk a Republican who voters can’t trust, just as we can’t risk a candidate who would portray a female opponent as an elephant in pearls. Judson Hill is the trusted conservative who has cut taxes, fought illegal immigration and enacted laws that expand choice and lower costs in healthcare. Judson Hill is the only Republican we can depend on to beat the Democrats.”

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This little fight over Bill Grey’s yard sign is one of the dumbest things I’ve seen so far in 2017. Trump under-performed in CD-6 and he’s only gotten less popular since November. I get that special elections are all about turning out the base and they’re all trying to make a run-off, but sprinting towards the right may provide Ossoff with what he needs to withstand a unified Republican front in a run-off. Because, let’s be real, the chances Trump’s popularity is going to improve while his campaign is being investigated by the FBI, the House is continuing to push… Read more »


Trump was at 37% approval in the Gallop Daily Poll last I checked. Hill keeps jabbing Gray (or is it Grey?) about the pearls on the elephant which the more that gets traction the more damaged a candidate Gray will be if he makes the run off. I have already heard republican women say they would vote Ossoff or just not vote if he makes the run off

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Wasn’t Don Mooney the one with the elephant? I thought Grey’s were the blatant Jonah Ryan rip offs:



Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Some campaigns have forgotten that Trump’s opponent was Clinton. Trump would’ve lost the sixth had there been a Dem candidate without baggage. Despite it being a special election, I think GOP candidates would do best to cozy to the populism and keep distance from the incompetence.


You are correct…I got them confused…you republicans all look alike
Although…this piece references the pearls and infers its Gray