Scott Sturgill Release Campaign Ad Going After Miller For Supporting Planned Parenthood

Posted: Aug 07, 2018 10:15 AM

Republican Scott Sturgill is campaigning for Florida’s 7th congressional district running to unseat Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D.). Sturgill's challenger for Murphy’s seat is Rep. Mike Miller a Republican representing Florida’s 47th.

The Sturgill campaign has released an ad, which debuted on Fox News Monday night and can be viewed on Facebook, going after his opponent Mike Miller for supporting Planned Parenthood. 

“Sturgill began placing the ad on social media Friday afternoon, the latest shot in the bloody battle between him and Miller for the chance to take back CD 7, which Democratic U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy took from the Republicans and longtime U.S. Rep. John Mica two years ago,” reported Orlando Rising.

Approximately the first 20 seconds of the ad looks like a piece of Democratic, feminazi propaganda praising Miller for his support of Planned Parenthood, this is cleverly crafted messaging designed to pull in viewers who would otherwise be turned off by such an ad. 

The ad opens with shots of different women thanking Mike Miller for his support of a woman’s right to choose and Planned Parenthood. Then, it merges the two shots of the women together saying “I like Mike” which is a rip off of the of the 1952 “I like Ike” campaign sticker from when Dwight D. Eisenhower ran for President. 

As was stated in the ad Scott Sturgill is endorsed by the Florida Right to Life.