The Anaheim Police Association PAC has paid for a TV ad featuring APA President Kerry Condon chastizing Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait on public safety, particularly his long fight to establish a police oversight commission of the kind being pushed by anti-police activists (for example, the ACLU and the Freedom Socialist Party).
Entitled “Split Second,” the ad apparently began running this morning:
Here’s the ad script:
Anaheim’s police officers serve and protect our families and friends from dangerous gangs and criminals.
Our lives are at risk every day, and our safety and yours depend on us making split second decisions.
Mayor Tom Tait supports a political commission with unaccountable appointees second guessing every police officer’s actions, after the fact.
That would make our job more dangerous, and the people of Anaheim less safe.
You have more than a split second to think about how you vote. Anaheim Police recommend you vote No on Tom Tait.
Anaheim needs a new Mayor.
According to this Form 460 filed yesterday, the initial cable buy for the TV ad was $25,000.