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Commissioner candidate fundraises on supporting porn for kids

Don Westerhausen
Don Westerhausen, Candidate for St. Joseph County Commissioner — Photo: https://healthcare.ascension.org/doctors/1871598235/donald-robert-westerhausen,-jr-kokomo-in

GRANGER, Ind. — St. Joseph County Democrat Commissioner candidate, Don Westerhausen, sent out a fundraising email supporting obscene material being provided to children. REAL News Michiana obtained the email that was sent out early last month.

In the email sent this June, Westerhausen says he is standing up against policies that he calls “book burning.” He then further elaborates that Republicans have been pushing legislation to prohibit obscene material being distributed to children at schools and in libraries.

In July, Westerhausen took to social media to attack a group of men who stood up for a black mother at the Virginia Tutt Library in South Bend. The woman was upset because library staff was reading LGBTQ books to her children without her permission. Westerhausen labeled the men as “a hate group.”

Westerhausen also goes on to attack gun rights and election integrity in the email. First, by making false and inflammatory remarks regarding Indiana’s “right to carry” legislation that allows law abiding citizens to carry their firearms without a permit.

Westerhausen claims “gang members used to go to jail for carrying without a permit. Now, they face no consequences.” Fact Check: FALSE. Felons still cannot carry. It is still illegal to commit crimes with a gun. And, criminals will carry guns regardless of the laws. A “gang” is a criminal enterprise. Meaning “gang members” are criminals. And, the law still prohibits criminals from carrying guns.

Finally, the pro-abortion doctor turned politician, goes on to attack election integrity efforts, falsely claiming local election divisions are being targeted “in an effort to overturn elections in favor of extremist candidates.” Once again, Westerhausen is lying to get people to give him money. These claims were made despite an Indiana State Police investigation into the St. Joseph County Clerk’s Office regarding Democrats creating and holding multiple secret keys allowing access into the secured absentee ballot area.

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