A former office secretary for your candidate has come forward claiming that they had been pressured into a hidden physical relationship with your candidate and was paid to keep quiet.
Hi, I am Lance Hampton, and my law firm has been assigned to defend Kinsey Smith for the said allegations of having a physical relationship with a former office secretary and then paying them to keep quiet.
This claim is completely false, and we are prepared to prove it. We have evidence that our candidate was never alone with any co-workers when these allegations took place. In fact, our candidate was working remotely out of town during this time. Also, the former secretary was fired for not doing their work and was very disgruntled when they left. The former secretary went on to say they would be getting revenge and voiced these threats in front of several co-workers. The claimed money paid to the former secretary to keep quiet was in fact the end of year bonus we gave out early to the former secretary because they endured a tragedy with a wildfire destroying their home. We did this to help the family find a new place to live and stay, when having nowhere to go. I understand that there is one other person stating that they knew of this claimed relationship, but their credibility is not good. They have made false accusations in other circumstances and have been proven wrong. Our candidate is a person of great integrity who loves their family and their job. They would never put these things in jeopardy for such a relationship. We will be proving this in court and expecting these false accusers to pay.
Thank YOU, LANCE Hampton
Delta Ducks Party Debate Notes
Main potential arguments:
We need to make abortion illegal, because of strong moral standards and ethical reasons.
Border Protection, to help reduce the trafficking of humans and drugs because this is a serious issue, and this may be the best solution to stop it at the source.
Healthcare is a human right that many people need, it was reported that 34 million people (about twice the population of New York) know someone who died from lack of medical care.
Oppose mandatory labor program for students between 11th and 12th grade because it is unjust.
Gun Control, the way these laws will be implemented will often not actually fix the problem.
Animal abuse, they proposed a 7–10-year time in jail as punishment for breaking these regulations. This is partially contradicted by their proposal that the death penalty should be removed, arguing about wrong convictions, and overly harsh consequences.
Funding no phones in school, it was not stated how they will block the usage of phones, will it be dangerous? Students often need phones, or they can be a helpful tool.
Lower legal age limits on marijuana to 16 years, this will lead to horrible consequences with drug overdose and addiction. It will provide more people to illegally receive marijuana.
No gay marriage, there were holes in the logic backing this argument including the example of intent and purpose of marriage, arguing the act and intent of having children is the main part of marriage, claiming gay people do not have this, therefore cannot get married.
Free abortion, at its core it is morally wrong, and they admit in their argument that the embryo is alive, however they value it as less than a human being saying abortion is fine and should be free for anyone, only increasing the 198 abortions per 1,000 live births during 2011-2020 according to CDC
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vAi1JZ9P1ZuwL2ZV1oqJFvvm1qHiL9cNq-O6I4_ahiw/edit?usp=sharing. David Foulks