Anti GOP Billboards Funded By Former Clinton Staffer PAC

Claude Taylor, founder of Mad Dog PAC states on the website he is a veteran of three presidential campaigns, including Bill Clinton’s two campaigns and served as a White House staff member for President Clinton.

A former staffer of Bill Clinton is heading up a PAC responsible for a string of anti-GOP, anti-Trump and anti-Second Amendments billboards popping up across the country.  Mad Dog PAC promises to “Go. Fight. Win.” against Republicans and Conservatives.

Claude Taylor, founder of Mad Dog PAC states on the website he is a veteran of three presidential campaigns, including Bill Clinton’s two campaigns and served as a White House staff member for President Clinton.

Photo: Mad Dog PAC

Taylor, who looks like a cross between “Where’s Waldo” and M*A*S*H’s Major Winchester says, “As a concerned citizen of our great country, I founded Mad Dog Pac in December 2017 as a hard-hitting, billboard launching, political advocacy organization. It’s clearly a time for country over party. We will get through this together.”  Taylor is clearly one of the many triggered leftists still reeling from the results of the 2016 presidential election.

Taylor’s integrity, according to The Guardian, is questionable. In August 2017, The Guardian reported Taylor tweeted fake details of criminal inquiries into President Trump that were made up by a source who claimed to work for the New York attorney general, but the claim was not verified. The false tips provided by the “source” included an allegation that Trump’s inactive fashion model agency is under investigation by New York authorities for possible sex trafficking. The allegation had been aggressively circulated by Taylor and his associate Louise Mensch. Taylor later issued an apology when confronted by The Guardian.

According to a Twitter post by Taylor, Mad Dog PAC receives its donations through far left non-profit fundraising machine, Act Blue.

ActBlue enables Democrats, progressive groups, and nonprofits to raise money on the Internet by providing them with online fundraising software. It’s mission is to “democratize power and help small-dollar donors make their voices heard in a real way”. Despite its self-proclaimed grassroots-y political movement, the website Humanevents.com states progressive websites such as MoveOn.org and ActBlue are not driven by the average small donor Democrat, but are rather mouthpieces for the radical agendas of the likes of George Soros and powerful labor unions.

The “About” page of Mad Dog PAC says its mission is to raise awareness; start the conversation with nationwide billboard placements. “Our goal is to remove treasonous Republican members of the House and Senate and replace them with patriotic Democrats, to impeach President Donald J. Trump and to end the NRA’s powerful influence over our political system.” (Emphasis added). More irony, considering no Republicans treasonably sold uranium to the Russians or used a personal server to send emails to conduct highly confidential official business that compromised our national security.

Taylor told the Pensacola News Journal the billboards are designed to target more Republicans going into the midterm elections.

Mad Dog PAC recently put up a billboard near Stanley, Wisconsin that reads “The NRA is a terrorist organization”. It should be noted none of the recent shooting sprees in Las Vegas, Marjory Stoneman High School or Santa Fe High School involved any member of the NRA.

Another Mad Dog billboard reads “Impeachment Now. Make America Great Again” and was placed near President Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home, while other billboards attack Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL).  Possibly the most laughable billboard put up by Mad Dog is one that reads “GOP” with the “O” represented by the communist hammer and sickle.


Open Secrets reveals the treasurer of Mad Dog PAC is Maryland attorney James Dirk Schwenk who specializes in Admiralty and Maritime law. Schwenk apparently also goes by the name of Dirk Schwenk and has a band, Dirk Schwenk and The Truth. He’s a multi-tasker, that guy! Schwenk wrote on his Twitter account that he is looking for an expert who can testify in Maryland court on Kremlin use of libel law against journalists and critics. Perhaps Schwenk should attend law school in Russia?

According to the website Open Secrets, Rosie O’Donnell is listed among the donors to Mad Dog PAC, giving $210 on March 12, 2018.

What progressive/liberal/democrat wouldn’t be against the list of President Donald Trump’s numerous accomplishments in his first 18 months in office including: the appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, the creation of more than 2-million jobs, the slashing of job killing regulations, nominating the first woman to head the CIA, repealing the individual mandate of Obamacare, unemployment is at a 17-year low, nixing the Iran Deal, the stock market performing at an all-time high, unemployment among African Americans at an all-time low, consumer confidence is at an all time high, ISIS losing most of its territory, ending the war on coal, reducing illegal immigration, releasing prisoners and implementing peace talks with North Korea, implementing tax reform, fixing the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, creating an election fraud commission and removing the US from the Paris Climate Accord, just to name a few.

With ridiculous Political Action Committees like the aptly named Mad Dog, you can count on another Trump win in 2020.

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