Lone Donor to Marty Nothstein Super PAC Gave Maximum Contribution to Barack Obama
More evidence that Nothstein is tool of the anti-Trump, establishment swamp

For Immediate Release
Contact: Dean Browning

Alentown, April 16, 2018 – An explosive development in the 7th Congressional District Republican Primary today with revelations that the lone reported donor to the pro-Marty Nothstein Super PAC, James C. Kennedy, gave a maximum campaign contribution of $4,600 to Barack Obama in 2008.

“This is just more evidence that Marty Nothstein isn’t who he claims to be. It’s becoming more clear by the day that Marty is a tool of anti-Trump, establishment forces who are out to destroy the President and protect the swamp in Washington, D.C.”, said pro-Trump conservative businessman Dean Browning. “For those keeping score at home, Marty’s biggest campaign contributor is Wayne Woodman, an avowed anti-Trump insider who trashed the President publicly and left the Republican Party. Now, we find out that the Washington, D.C. special interest group propping up Marty’s campaign is funded by an out-of-state corporate titan who gave a maximum contribution to Barack Obama’s campaign for President. Marty has a lot of explaining to do.”

Browning said he would relish the opportunity to challenge Nothstein on the issue, but that his completely unprepared opponent has been cancelling debates between the two, including a televised contest on ‘Business Matters’, hosted by Tony Ianelli.

“Marty is incapable of explaining why Lehigh County is currently considered a Sanctuary County for criminal illegal immigrants by the Trump Administration, and he certainly won’t have any good answers about why anti-Trump forces and Barack Obama supporters are helping to prop up his campaign,” said Browning. “It’s no surprise he won’t debate me, but it’s also a major disservice to Republican Primary voters in the Lehigh Valley.”

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Excerpt from The Morning Call:

Pennsylvanians for Conservative Polices, a super PAC based in Washington, D.C., spent $24,365 this week on mailers for Nothstein, according to a report filed with the Federal Election Commission. Its only donor last quarter was James Kennedy, chairman of Cox Enterprises. Cox Enterprises, a private conglomerate, includes a subsidiary that operates several media businesses.


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