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New Ad Dubs Claire McCaskill Hollywood’s Senator

"If Hollywood stands with McCaskill, how can McCaskill stand with Missouri?"

By NTK Staff | 05.04.2018 @11:28am

Missouri Rising Action released a new ad attacking Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) for her upcoming fundraiser with former President Barack Obama and the Hollywood elite on Friday.

The ad, which is titled, “Hollywood’s Senator,” highlights McCaskill’s lavish lifestyle, while painting her as out of touch with Missourians.

“Millionaire Claire McCaskill thinks she’s a celebrity,” the ad’s narrator begins, while showing footage of McCaskill getting on a private jet.

“A private jet, a 7,000-square-foot mansion, and a $2 million luxury condo in D.C. Now McCaskill’s gone Hollywood, hobnobbing with Obama and the Hollywood elite at a swanky Beverly Hills fundraiser,” the ad’s narrator says. “Hollywood is bankrolling McCaskill because McCaskill supports their extreme agenda. Gun grabs, taxpayer-funded abortion, even rejecting the legitimacy of Donald Trump’s presidency.”

“If Hollywood stands with McCaskill, how can McCaskill stand with Missouri?” the ad’s narrator asks.

“Nothing demonstrates how out-of-touch and out-of-step Claire McCaskill has grown during her 12 years in Washington quite like her starring role in a Hollywood fundraiser this weekend,” said Brian Rogers, the Executive Director of Missouri Rising Action in a statement. “Hollywood is rolling out the red carpet for Claire because she has far more in common with their extreme liberal agenda than she does with Missouri. That’s one reason a new poll this week found that only 29 percent of Missourians think she deserved re-election.”

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