With the Aug. 4 primary approaching, mailboxes are filling with all manner of campaign materials.
Most will feature a smiling candidate, along with spouse, kids and possibly a dog – for some reason cats rarely make it into campaign photos – and possibly other shots of the candidate speaking earnestly to groups of constituents representing a mix of ages, genders, races and ethnicities.
Most but not all.
Some voters also are finding a postcard-sized mailer from gubernatorial candidate David Blomstrom, suggesting the coronavirus pandemic is part of a Jewish conspiracy and dueling with the much-circulated “Plandemic” conspiracy video over who is following the right breadcrumbs down the correct rabbit hole to expose the true plot behind COVID-19.
It is unclear whether the card is an effort to sell Blomstrom’s self-published book “The Jew Flu,” with a mention of his candidacy thrown in, or an effort to bolster his candidacy by…