Majority Forward ad targets Blackburn over health care

The Majority Forward PAC is running a new ad attacking Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn. The ad features a Williamson County woman who says she met with Blackburn to discuss maternity coverage for women, but that Blackburn “basically said that there was nothing she could do.”

Majority Forward has spent $1.6 million on ad buys since Sept. 19, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission.

Here’s a full transcript of the ad: 

My delivery was incredibly complicated. Three and a half weeks in the hospital, two surgeries. Without insurance would have cost about $950,000. I met with Congresswoman Blackburn as they were talking about taking away maternity coverage from women. She basically said that there was nothing she could do. Congresswoman Blackburn voted to give members of Congress healthcare for life, but she won’t guarantee that those of us who are not Congressmen can have good health care. It absolutely breaks my heart.

 

5 Responses to Majority Forward ad targets Blackburn over health care

  • James White says:

    Marsha “Deep State” Blackburn will take care of herself.

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  • cjmcd says:

    Here we go again! “He said, she said” or in this particular case it is “She said, she said.” Is there any factual evidence of this event? Personally, I cannot even imagine a person running for office in a tight race would even say something like this. Is there any corroboration?

  • Ralph says:

    Even the Leftist factchecker SNOPES says this baloney is not completely true. No free lifetime insurance, but they can pay for it after retirement.. But what’s so funny about this whole thing is that if Waltzin’ Phil Bredsen dances around this issue and gets elected, he will be getting the same insurance Rep Blackburn currently has and the woman in the ad DOESN’T HAVE. Once again the Democrats are trying to fool the foolish.

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