A few days ago, one of the left-wing local papers surprisingly published a story about how the Democrats were directly financing advertising for the Libertarian candidate in the Kentucky Senate Race - spending more on his behalf than his own campaign. Why is a pro-McGrath PAC sending mailers supporting the Libertarian candidate? Yesterday Facebook ads for the Libertarian nobody knew was running started popping up one after the other. I may have mentioned that the "True Kentucky Patriots" pac were actually fake Kentucky patriots and a fictional entity created by the Democrats, which had spent over $60,000 for Brad Barron in spit of having received $0 in contributions - they instantly blocked me from commenting on their posts, as did another "Libertarian" PAC that suddenly popped up and started posting right after that. Notice the fine print: "Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee." They are apparently doing the same in other places, like the South Carolina senate race against Lindsey Graham. Liberal Groups Propping Up Third-Party Candidate Who Already Dropped Out In South Carolina Senate Race Bledsoe, who has dropped out of the race and thrown his support behind Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham. The mailers say Bledsoe is ‘the only true conservative on the ballot,’” the outlet reported. ... “The ads call Bledsoe ‘the only Senate candidate who stood with President Trump on day one’ and note that he ‘opposes all abortions’ and ‘believes that any gun-control law infringes upon the Second Amendment.’ The ads also link to a website paid for by the South Carolina Democratic Party, which calls Bledsoe ‘pro-Trump,’ ‘pro-gun,’ and ‘anti-abortion,’” the Free Beacon reported. Not very coincidentally, the ads for Barron in Kentucky are nearly word for word the same. Harrison is not the only red-state Democrat working to siphon votes away from a Republican opponent by boosting a third-party candidate. A liberal super PAC backing Kentucky Senate nominee Amy McGrath—Fire Mitch Save America—spent more than $77,000 on mailers propping up libertarian candidate Brad Barron. The mailers call Barron, whose campaign has disbursed less than $17,000, a “better choice for U.S. Senate” who “believes in freedom, liberty, and individual rights.” McGrath’s campaign asked “people who are interested in contributing beyond the legal limits” to give to Fire Mitch Save America in January.