Scott Brown’s 2012 campaign for Senate in Massachusetts was a wealth of Wall Street-loving, Conan O’Brien-plagiarizing, Obamacare-hating, Tea Party-adoring, Romney joke-sharing, anti-environmental-protecting, anecdote-stealing hypocrisy. Now that he’s looking to stick his toe back into the Senate waters of Massachuse…New Hampshire, American Bridge reminds you of the best of Brown’s 2012 campaign:
Brown had some explaining to do when American Bridge uncovered that a passage from his website detailing the values instilled in him as a young child was stolen essentially word-for-word from a speech by former Sen. Elizabeth Dole.
Oh, and that time Scott Brown stole a joke from Conan O’Brien
Need we say more?
The Tea Party took a lot of credit for Scott Brown’s election to Senate, and Brown was “very thankful for the Tea Party’s support.”
During an interview with New England Cable News, Brown attempted to rewrite the history of how 2010’s historic Wall Street Reform bill became law. Despite making nationwide news for delaying, obstructing and nearly torpedoing the entire process, Brown laughingly claimed, “I worked on it, I voted on it, I pushed it through.”
Scott Brown launched a number of attacks on Elizabeth Warren regarding earmarks. Overlooking the fact that Warren had never actually sponsored an earmark, Brown has – and bragged about it.
American Bridge caught Scott Brown on video saying: “Oil companies don’t get subsidies. I’m positive.”
When it comes to the environment, Brown has flip flopped on cap and trade, been a climate change-denier, voted to advance a bill to speed approval of drilling permits in sensitive coastal areas, and more…