Texas Dem Campaigns With Obama Hitler Mustache Posters (PHOTOS)

There’s a chance that Texas Democrat Kesha Rogers, a supporter of Lyndon LaRouche, could advance to a runoff in Tuesday’s Senate primaries.

Democrats have taken steps to stop Rogers from advancing to the general election in response to polls showing Rogers doing well. If Rogers did get the nomination, the Democratic candidate would be one who’s repeatedly advocated for the impeachment of President Barack Obama, repealing Obamacare and replacing the shortage of jobs Wall Street has created in “agriculture, energy, water, space defense, and new resource development.”

A signature marker of her campaign are posters of Obama with Hitler mustaches. Here are a few photos Roger’s posted on her Senate campaign Facebook page below:

(Photo credit: Facebook)

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