The National Rifle Association (NRA) launched an advertising campaign in support of Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court Monday, targeting red-state Democratic senators for their previous votes on gun control.
One ad targeting Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) plays a clip of Donnelly saying “I’m a supporter of the Second Amendment.”
Meanwhile, a narrarator criticizes Donnelly’s record on gun rights: “Joe Donnelly talks a good game on gun rights, but Donnelly voted for Barack Obama’s gun control.”
The narrator then implores the viewer to call Donnelly’s office: “Tell Joe Donnelly, don’t let us down again. Vote to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch.”
The McCaskill and Tester ads blasted red-state Democrats for voting “to put anti-gun justices on the Supreme Court, not once, but twice.”
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