This attack on a black female Republican may be the most demented and disgusting left-wing smear yet

Democrats have made clear that they hate all Republicans and do not even view them as actual human beings.

But even that level of hate pales in comparison to how Democrats feel about black Republicans.

And this attack on a black female Republican may be the most demented and disgusting left-wing smear yet.

The end always justifies the means for Democrats

Jennifer-Ruth Green is a veteran of the United States Air Force where she served as a Lieutenant Colonel in Iraq, and continues to serve the country in the U.S. Air Force Air Reserve Component to this day.

She’s also the Republican nominee for Indiana’s First Congressional District, who happens to be a black conservative locked in a “toss-up” race with incumbent Rep. Frank Mrvan (D-IN) in a district that has been held by Democrats for nearly a century.

“I’m concerned, just not worried,” James Wieser, the chairman of the Lake County Democrat Party, said recently of Democrats’ outlook for the race.

As such, Green has become a major headache for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and House Democrats as they desperately attempt to maintain their majority.

And now, she’s having to fight one of the most demented and disgusting left-wing smears of all-time.

In a profile on Green’s career and campaign for Indiana’s First Congressional District, Politico hack Adam Wren illegally published private details about her being sexually assaulted while in the military in an apparent attempt to smear her.

To make matters worse, Green had personally pleaded with Wren not to publish the details of one of the worst days of her life, but he chose to do it anyway, which Green believes was egged on by Congressman Mrvan.

“The reality of it is – like I said at one point in my life to my assailant, ‘No. Please stop. Don’t.’ –  and he did what he wanted to do . . . This is the exact same situation all over again, all because there was a man who wanted some sort of gratification,” Green said. “Congressman Frank Mrvan gets his gratification of trying to think he’s smearing my name. Adam Wren gets his gratification of thinking he’s going to get a good smear story out of it. And all it does is essentially reopen wounds for victims.”

An “unauthorized, unlawful release . . .”

Green went on to rip Wren, who she said took her “experience and diminished it to a place where he can just say a clinical report of exactly what happened.”

“I’m surprised because Adam Wren spent time in this article focusing on every single detail down to the skirt I was wearing, down to the color of the skirt I was wearing, down to every single knob I touched, all of those things, but yet he writes clinically about one of the worst days of my life,” Green explained. “He has no idea the concept of being forced to be in a four by four, round circular area, 30 feet off the ground, in a tower where you only have windows and a 30-foot drop on the other side – 30-foot drop to escape somebody who was blocking your path [with] somebody who has a clear intent with a weapon in hand, who is focused on trying to take advantage of you, and you’re able to escape that with minimal physical harm. And he wants to reduce that to 50 characters.”

She went on to expose the fact that her Air Force superiors had instructed her to keep the incident quiet after it transpired.

But that apparently didn’t stop someone from illegally releasing her Air Force personnel file to Wren, and Green has written to the Air Force Inspector General to request a criminal investigation into how the documents got into Politico’s hands.

“I write to request an investigation into the unauthorized, unlawful release of my Air Force personnel file,” Green wrote in the letter obtained by Fox News. “The fact that my file has been leaked in the course of my campaign for United States Congress leads me to believe that it was politically motivated.”

“In the letter, Green made it clear that she “did not consent, in writing or otherwise, to the disclosure of my personnel file to Politico or anyone else” and pointed to the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, 5 U.S.C § 552a, as proof that her file should not have been released,” Fox News reported.

Needless to say, with Election Day now less than one month away, it’s difficult not to assume the release was part of a politically-motivated attack against Green.

“Coming as when it does – in the closing weeks of my campaign for Congress – makes me believe that this is a politically motivated attempt to impact the upcoming election,” Green concluded in the letter.

Democrats will stoop to any low to keep their stranglehold on power.

Even if it means unleashing one of the most demented and disgusting smear attacks against a black Republican to date.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.