Posted: Mar 28, 2014 4:29 PM PDT Updated: Mar 28, 2014 4:29 PM PDT
Kesha Rogers, who calls herself a LaRouche Democrat, is in a runoff to take on U.S. Senator John Cornyn, but the Democratic Party doesn’t want her.
Democrats have been mounting a campaign against Rogers, saying she doesn’t stand for what the party believes in.
But Rogers says Texas Democrats are making a mistake pushing against her campaign for U.S. Senate.
“When you have the one of the representatives, Marc Veasey, who comes out and says that his primary goal is to stop Kesha Rogers, that’s his mission and you’re a Congress member?” said Rogers. “But the key thing right now, we have to impeach this president. He has been in violation of the Constitution.”
“You have consistently called for crusting Wall Street and impeaching the president,” said FOX 4’s Shaun Rabb. “Tell us why.”
“You have a president who is about to lead us into an extinction war, thermonuclear war on behalf of the British and Wall Street financial interest, and nobody’s taking that up,” said Rogers.
“The target is Russia,” said Rogers. “The target is China, and that’s what you’re dealing with right now, and the reason that’s happening is because the whole financial system is bankrupt, so the financial interests of Wall Street and the City of London, that’s the only recourse that they have right now is to go for war.”
“And you’re saying that President Obama is moving at the direction of the British,” said Rabb.
“Yes, he supports that,” said Rogers.
Rogers is in the May 27 runoff against Dr. David Alameel for the Democratic Senate nomination.
Alameel was set to interview with FOX 4, but his manager called and said they were in San Antonio. When they realized FOX 4 is in Dallas, they said they could not make the interview.
“This guy will not debate me,” said Rogers. “If he’s really qualified to lead this state and lead this nation, tell him to come to the table. Bring forth the debate, bring forth the issues.”
“Should you beat him, do you think the Democrat Party in Texas will get behind your campaign against the incumbent, Senator Cornyn?” said Rabb.
“If they don’t then that’s gonna be the downfall of the Democratic Party,” said Rogers.