Monthly Archives: July 2013

Terry McAuliffe gets the unflattering cinematic treatment from a non-profit conservative outfit known for films critical of prominent Democrats and party ideals. In “Fast Terry,” the Citizens United group turns the lens on two Virginia-related business ventures that haven’t met the bold job claims the Democratic nominee for Virginia governor once boasted they would. Ostensibly, the unrealized promise of the GreenTech Automotive electric car company and the Franklin Pellets proposed biofuel project are the main subjects of the 30-minute online documentary Read more...
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Starting tonight, a full length half hour documentary will hit the internet with the goal of derailing Terry McAuliffe’s campaign. “Fast Terry” is a half hour film that focuses on McAuliffe’s two recent business dealings- Greentech a electric car start up in Mississippi that we have covered extensively and Franklin Pellets the former International Paper mill in Southeast Virginia that McAuliffe hopes to turn into a pellet manufacturing facility. Read more at Richmond’s NBC12 here....
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Citizens United released a new trailer for their upcoming documentary “Fast Terry” on Friday, which points out holes in the business record of Terry McAuliffe, current Democratic candidate for governor in Virginia. The trailer highlights numerous false claims McAuliffe has made about his business ventures, which Citizens United asserts have delivered jobs to China instead of small American towns like Tunica, Mississippi and Franklin, Virginia,  as “Fast Terry” had promised. Read more at The Daily Caller here. ...
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