Robert Ransdell, who recently appeared as a guest on The Solar Storm with Kyle Hunt, is running for Senate in the state of Kentucky with a controversial and catchy, yet entirely accurate, campaign slogan: "With Jews we lose."
Ransdell's website, The White Guard, briefly summarizes his campaign's main message:
Always Remember: With Jews We LoseYou can read Ransdell's entire platform and Frequently Asked Questions page here, or take a look at his plan in short by visiting his website. He has a good, concise, and hard-hitting message that all Americans need to be exposed to:
Through his campaign for US Senate in Kentucky, Robert Ransdell seeks to show White people the facts regarding the Jewish role in America's decline as well as highlight the destructive effects that multiculturalism, diversity, and political correctness have had on this country. Robert also aims to inspire the people we reach to work toward solutions to the problems Whites in America face today. Learn more about Robert's 7-point plan and then show your support, get active, and help out!
WITH JEWS controlling our media of news and entertainment, WE LOSE
WITH JEWS controlling the banks of America and the world WE LOSE.
WITH JEWS manipulating and controlling our government WE LOSE.
Robert Ransdell proclaims that the time for basic losing is over, now we start to name the Jew, stand up for our people, and WE WIN.
The Times of Israel recently reported on Ransdell's campaign:
Robert Ransdell, a write-in candidate for US Senate from Kentucky, is campaigning with the slogan “With Jews we lose."Be sure to visit Ransdell's website and support his campaign. The man is making a very bold and righteous move, and I support his efforts 100%. The simple fact of the matter is that with Jews, we all lose. It's time for the masses to recognize the ugly reality of Jewish domination of America, and how disastrous it has been for all of us.
Campaign lawn signs with the slogan began appearing in the Cincinnati suburb of Florence, Ky., in recent days. Ransdell said his campaign has posted about 20 signs and plans 200 more in the weeks ahead.
“Online we have had a lot of positive feedback,” Ransdell told WLWT, a TV news station in Cincinnati. “Like I said, we’re going to find out what kind of feedback we get once we go out and take it to the people here in the state of Kentucky.”
I believe that there is no such thing as racial equality. You see that in our cities everyday,” he told the news channel.
As of Wednesday evening, the signs were gone as the candidate did not ask property owners’ permission to place them.
The major-party candidates in the race are Republican Mitch McConnell, the incumbent and the Senate’s minority leader, and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes. Neither is Jewish.