House Democrats revealed their new slogan for the upcoming 2018 elections, but whoever was behind it probably forgot to check that it’s identical to the one used by a used car dealership in Texas and a personal injury law firm in Florida.
The motto, “For the People,” debuted at a private meeting with members Wednesday, according to Politico. (RELATED: Abolishing ICE Looks Likely To Become 2020 Campaign Issue For Democrats)
Yet Democrats probably won’t like to know that their new message for American voters is the same used by some of the sleaziest businesses in the country, namely used car dealers and ambulance chasers.
Forthepeople.com is currently registered by Morgan & Morgan, a “leading personal injury law firm dedicated to protecting the people, not the powerful” ran out of Orlando.
Elder Mitsubishi, owned by Scott Elder in Austin, declared itself the “car dealer ‘For the People'” in 2011. Check out its TV ad below.
The new motto represents the Democratic Party’s fourth new message in the 2018 election cycle.
Continuing the focus on the president, the Democrats then went with “draining the swamp,” before eventually now settling on “For the People.”
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