Sheri Few Released Controversial Ad As Congressional Candidate, People Speechless By What She's Holding

It seems like political conservatives in the US continue to move further and further to the right. In either a testament to this trend or a parody taken to the extreme, a South Carolina woman who is a candidate for an open seat in the US House of Representatives is causing controversy with her bizarre political ads.

The name of the controversial would-be pol in South Carolina is Sheri Few. It seems that Few is a Republican running for the 5th Congressional District seat vacated by Mick Mulvaney, who is the head of the Office of Management and Budget for the Trump administration.

Apparently, Few has already released a series of ads outlining her extremely conservative views. One ad starts with Few holding a rifle and looking tough and masculine.

In the ad, the stern-looking middle-aged woman hammers on politicians for their reactions to recent tragedies, labeling them "weak." Few also advances the argument that panic from tragedies causes "bad laws" to happen.

In her search to be more authentically conservative than her opponents, Few goes so far as to claim: "Weak politicians are too quick to blame a horrible tragedy on a flag or a gun or even free speech, and that's how bad laws are made."

This is just one of a number of over the top ads from Few. A few weeks ago, the unabashed racist released an ad targeting a couple of South Carolina congressmen who voted to take down Confederate flags and monuments:

"[Tommy Pope and Ralph Norman] started a war on our history," Few claims shrilly, "Now they're renaming streets and colleges and destroying monuments to Confederate soldiers."

According to her campaign director, her ads are playing heavily across South Carolina in advance of the special election to be held on May 2, with a special emphasis on ads running on the Fox News Channel.

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