LUBBOCK, TX -- Signs depicting President Obama with a Hitler mustache were displayed by supporters of Kesha Rogers, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate on Tuesday at the Singer Station Post Office off of the South Loop 289.
Although a Democrat, Rogers is a follower of the LaRouche movement, started by Lyndon LaRouche, which advocates a return to FDR-JFK policies and the impeachment of President Obama according to their official website.
“Mr. Obama has pushed policies made notorious by the Adolph Hitler regime, and since condemned by the entire world,” according to her campaign website.
During a phone interview Rogers said she would like to represent those who have been turned away from both parties and that the impeachment of Obama is not a democratic or republican issue.
In early voting Rogers received 22 percent of the vote and will be in a run off on May 27 against Democrat David Alameel. Alameel, who won 47 percent of the vote, supports a variety of issues including pro choice and retirement security.
Rogers said she urges all of her supporters in Lubbock to get involved in more events in the future.
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