The Congressional Leadership Fund associated the Nancy Pelosi-run Democrats with violent protesters.
A new Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) ad, released Monday, bashed Democrats as “the party of the resistance,” while showcasing the movement’s violent tendencies.
The ad shows images of riots and radical left-wing celebrities, before slamming the Democrats’ new messaging as “the same old liberal ideas.”
“Radical extremists who destroy buildings, burn cars, and divide America. Hollywood celebrities who are blinded by their hatred of the president. Nancy Pelosi and the Washington Democrats answer to them,” the narrator says.
The narrator then lists out unpopular, but repackaged, Democratic proposals in their new platform, “Single-payer health care, sanctuary cities, job-crushing taxes, and big cuts to our military.”
The ad concludes with an echo from the GOP’s attack on Jon Ossoff during the special election for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, hitting “Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco values.”
During the GA-06 race, the CLF cast Ossoff as “San Francisco’s Congressman,” and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) connected him to radical Hollywood liberals. With the CLF’s new ad, it appears that the Georgia race foreshadowed the GOP’s main line of attack on Democrats during the 2018 cycle.
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