La. State Sen. Guillory: 'Black People Are Being Used By Limousine Liberals'
Republican Louisiana state Sen. Elbert Guillory was on “The Kelly File” tonight to discuss his controversial new ad, in which he calls on black voters to “send Kay Hagan home.”
In the ad, he says, "You see, black people are just being used by limousine liberals who have become our new overseers. We've only traded one plantation for another. You are not Kay Hagan's cause and you're certainly not her charity. You are just a vote. She has stepped off your backs to fame and fortune and left you behind on food stamps, deprived of the American dream."
Tonight, he told Megyn Kelly, “What I have said is absolute truth. There are people like Hagan who come to our communities every four years or every six years. They come with a beer in one hand and a chicken sandwich in another. They kiss us, and then they go away. And they don’t do anything for us, we don’t hear from them until the next election. We have to stop them.”
Guillory said that Republicans have not done as well at communicating with black communities, and his message is an attempt to do just that.
Watch the interview above. Plus, watch the ad below.