South Dakota GOPer Starts PAC To Fight ‘Corruption’ Of Politicians And Media

June 3, 2014 9:31 p.m.

South Dakota Republican Dr. Annette Bosworth, a candidate for U.S. Senate who recently covered a room in vulgar words to make a point about sexism, is starting a new political action committee to fight the media and Republican establishment.

The PAC, which was reported by the Argus Leader as results just began to trickle in in the GOP primary, did not have a name when it was announced.

Bosworth wants the PAC to fight “the corruption of career politicians and the media culture that protects them.”

Bosworth also said, according to the Argus Leader, that running for Senate has “opened my eyes to both the corruption in our political system and how much our country is being betrayed by lazy, biased media.”

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