Even $10 Million from Big Tech Can’t Fix J.D. Vance’s Pro-Michigan Website Blunder
May 13, 2021
Tweet thread by NBC News’ Henry Gomez can be found HERE
Columbus, OH — Today, Big Tech’s favorite candidate J.D. Vance came out with a campaign strategy that’s never been tried in Ohio: fighting for Michigan first. The tech blunder occurred as Vance was using old web templates from a former state rep candidate, the kind of mistake that apparently even $10 million from Big Tech Billionaire Peter Theil can’t fix.
The pro-Michigan flub follows Vance’s long-winded rant against help for working Ohioans who are struggling to pay for child care, unable to understand why they too can’t turn to their billionaire Big Tech donors, as he always has. Calling universal day care ‘class war against normal people,’ Vance continues to show just how out of touch he really is with the needs of working Ohioans.
“So far, J.D. Vance is marketing himself as the Pro-Michigan, Big Tech and Anti-Child Care candidate. It may be a good strategy among Peter Theil and Big Tech billionaires, but it’s not a good way to win votes in Ohio,” said Matt Keyes, spokesperson for the Ohio Democratic Party.