Democratic Congressman Suggests ‘Sexting’ To Bring Out Voters

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September 12, 2014 2:56pm PST

Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC) has quite the controversial way of getting voters involved this election season. Speaking from the National Book Festival in Washington, Clyburn told a ‘Book TV’ caller:

“Use the tools that we have. We’ve got great tools to communicate about everything else. We can, uh, text. Uh, what do you call it? Sexting. We’ve got the tools. Let’s use them for a new, massive movement that will make sure that we can have in November 2014 the kind of turnout at the polls that we had in 2012.”

Apparently, the Democrats are willing to sink to any level to get votes, even if it means encouraging members of their party to send explicit text messages.

Do you think maybe Representative Clyburn is confused regarding exactly what ‘sexting’ means? It’s pretty self-explanatory…

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