Tea Party Group: Stockman Might Have The ‘Laziest’ Campaign Ever

In a letter endorsing a different candidate for the U.S. Senate race in Texas, a Tea Party group slammed Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) and his bizarre bid for Sen. John Cornyn’s (R-TX) seat.

“As your campaign rolled into 2014, Texans have witnessed what might be the laziest statewide campaign to date. The media salted your staff with questions, but these questions were sneered at and rebuffed,” the group wrote, according to the Dallas Morning News.

The group, led by Texas Tea Party activist JoAnn Fleming, endorsed a different Tea Party candidate, Dwayne Stovall.

They point out that Stockman was almost entirely unavailable to media and to Texas voters during his campaign.

“Based on your response to media inquiries, you apparently believe you don’t have to answer to anybody,” they wrote. “We disavow your lack of accessibility to the people of Texas during this campaign and these unethical activities. Whether these tactics are actually carried out by you, your associates, or a group of supporters – these are not the hallmarks of a statesman.”

“We are looking for a bold, courageous leader with integrity – a leader who will make himself available to the people,” they added. “Your actions have disqualified you.”