BREAKING!! Tribune Joins State Machine: Refuses to host debate that includes Republican Paul McKinley

To all of you and yours…..continue to spread the message about the situation happening in Chicago. Republican primary winner Paul McKinley, who is currently vying for the vacant congressional seat formerly held by Jesse Jackson Jr has been told that the Chicago Tribune will not host a debate before the April 9, 2012 election.

Listed below is the Memo just released!

PAUL MCKINLEY: THE TRIBUNE HAS BECOME A FLUNKY OF THE MACHINE

Paper’s refusal to host debate shows complicity as they cower down to The Machine

 

March 28, 2013                                                                                                        CONTACT: McKinley Campaign

773-653-8683

                                                            [email protected]com

CHICAGO, IL – Republican candidate for Congress Paul McKinley (IL-02) is calling the Chicago Tribune’s refusal to host a debate between himself and Democrat Robin Kelly evidence of the paper’s complicity in aiding and abetting the Machine.

“Robin Kelly is in the Machine Witness Protection Program, but there’s only one reason she’s able to stay there—the complicity of the media.”

Robin Kelly has not responded to the McKinley campaign’s request for debate before the April 9 election, and will not be attending next week’s WVON roundtable.

“I’ve asked the Tribune, repeatedly, to sponsor a debate between myself and Robin Kelly, where I will answer any and all questions put to me by the editorial board. The Tribune responded by saying, ‘A debate is not likely.’ The Tribune has become a flunky of The Machine. It has cowered down to the Machine, and become the slave press under King Bloomberg of New York.”

McKinley added, “As always, there’s only been one man among them and that man is brother John Kass.”

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