From Doug Jones War Room <[email protected]>
Subject Tuberville’s ignorance is dangerous
Date October 13, 2020 1:33 AM
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Did you see the New York Times report on Tommy Tuberville’s, ahem, financial “fumbles” this morning? >> [[link removed]]

It’s a can’t-miss read that makes the stakes of this race clear:

“The review raised questions about Mr. Tuberville’s judgment and financial acumen. While he has said on the campaign trail that he hoped to serve on the ‘banking finance’ committee — the Senate has separate, and prestigious, banking and finance committees — he has at times undercut his own qualifications. In regards to an ill-fated hedge fund venture, he once told a reporter, ‘I’m not smart enough to understand all the numbers.’”

Tuberville’s cluelessness may seem absurd, but it isn’t a joke. If Tommy Tuberville becomes a U.S. Senator, his ignorance becomes dangerous – a real threat to lives and livelihoods.

It wouldn’t be the first time.

Maybe you’ve heard about his hedge fund that defrauded investors, causing real people to lose their retirement savings. We made this short video to explain exactly what happened – check it out, and share it with your friends:

Watch the video >> [[link removed]]

Three weeks out from Election Day, Alabama needs to know the truth – Coach Clueless would be a danger to lives and livelihoods across the state and the country.

Pitch in now so we can spread the truth about the choice on the ballot in Alabama: ignorance vs. experience, fraud vs. justice. Help us keep Doug in the Senate >> [[link removed]]

–Team Doug

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