Don Blankenship comes out with new racist attack on Mitch McConnell's family

Candidates from left Don Blankenship Bo Copley U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Jack Newbrough and Tom Willis participate in a debate in Wheeling

Candidates from left Don Blankenship Bo Copley U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Jack Newbrough and Tom Willis participate in a debate in Wheeling

"There is only one candidate in this race, maybe in the history of candidates running for US Senate, who has ever entertained the idea becoming Chinese", Pack said.

In a press convention Sunday, West Virginia Legal professional Basic Patrick Morrisey laid out a plan to have the previous coal baron Don Blankenship disqualified from Tuesday's Republican Senate main for failing to submit a monetary disclosure, in violation of election legislation. Joe Manchin, but his ad disparages Kentucky GOP Sen.

McConnell's wife is U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, whose parents are originally from China.

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In an interview with Roll Call, Blankenship defended his ad, arguing it was not racist since he has not used the word race and "races are Negro, white Caucasian, Hispanic, Asian". This despite serving prison time for conspiring to violate federal mine safety in the lead up to a 2010 mine explosion that left 29 people dead. According to his filing with the Federal Election Commission last month, he's received a single $1,000 individual donation since announcing his candidacy late past year.

Blankenship was asked about the "China person" comment during a debate Tuesday in Morgantown.

Fox Information politics editor joins "The Story" with response to the West Virginia GOP Senate main debate. Some people are Korean persons and some of them are African persons. "It's not any slander there". A spokesman for the Senate GOP's most powerful super PAC has declined to confirm or deny a connection to the group.

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Blankenship's reference to "Cocaine Mitch" stems from a 2014 magazine article alleging that drugs were found aboard a commercial cargo ship owned by Chao's family.

The ad comes as Blankenship's two main rivals for the Republican nomination, Rep. Evan Jenkins, R-W.Va., and state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey have focused their fire on each other with just days to go before the May 8 primary.

"They've always said about me, West Virginia people, is West Virginia people racist", Blankenship opined, roping the population of the whole state into his mess, and making sure to refer to people from the Mountain State as "West Virginia people".

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Republican Senate candidate Don Blankenship stepped up his unconventional attacks on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday with a new ad that accuses him of creating "millions of jobs for China people".

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