Terry McAuliffe Operative Planned Fraudulent Trump Org Job Ads, Posed for Selfie in Front of Deadly NYC Fire
A Democrat political operative managing Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s campaign communications has a track record of dishonest behavior, including plotting fraudulent employment advertisements on Craigslist in the name of the Trump Organization.
Christina Freundlich was also compelled to apologize in 2015 for taking a smiling selfie in front of a burning building in New York City, with two people dying in the blaze. Freundlich was hired by the Democratic National Committee just months after issuing an apology for the selfie.
Internal emails of the DNC published by WikiLeaks revealed that Freundlich proposed a defamatory plot against Donald Trump and the Trump Organization. Freundlich received the green light to create outlandishly sexist ads in the name of the Trump Organization. Most media-savvy individuals viewing the proposed Craigslist ad would recognize it as fake, but at the time, the mainstream media regularly seized on obviously fake Craigslist ads impersonating Trump’s campaign seeking ‘token’ minorities for rallies and calling for his supporters to beat up protestors.
Freundlich’s proposed 2016 Trump Organization ad claimed the company was “seeking staff members for multiple positions in a large, New York-based corporation known for its real estate investments, fake universities, steaks, and wine. The boss has very strict standards for female employees, ranging from the women who take lunch orders (must be hot) to the women who oversee multi-million dollar construction projects (must maintain hotness demonstrated at time of hiring).”
It’s unclear if Freundlich ever published the fake Trump Organization employment ad, which would be legally questionable.
The political operative has a long track record of working for gun control and Democratic campaign organizations, such as the DNC, Joe Biden’s campaign, Ralph Northam, and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign.
Freundlich’s Twitter feed is filled with accusations of “racism” on the part of McAullife’s opponent, Glenn Youngkin. Freundlich’s candidate has declined to so much as address a cover-up of a sexual assault at a Virginia school, with a left-wing school board trying to silence an account of a transgender student assaulting a classmate in a girl’s restroom.
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