In the video, Nesbitt, who led the Carolina Stompers conservative activist group prior to his election as chair, asks for volunteers for 210 rappels down the 90-ft. tower at the Bee Tree Fire Department in Swannanoa, and Republicans to donate $100 per rappel, asserting that "in order to defend ourselves against socialistic terrorism, we need to have a large turnout of Buncombe County voters that believe in God and America." The funds will go to purchasing local media advertising and a "guerilla marketing campaign."
Also, "as socialism is a cancer on the United States," Nesbitt says that a percentage of the funds raised will go to local non-profit Hunt the Cure, which sends children suffering from cancer on hunting and fishing trips.
— David Forbes, senior news reporter
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