The Republican National Comittee (RNC) will run full-page newspaper ad to counterattack the constant efforts that Democrats put into their impeachment quest against President Trump, reported the Daily Caller.
The ads aim at calling on constituents of districts held by vulnerable House Democrats, to ask their representatives to focus on the real issues including passing USMCA, lowering prescription drug costs, and securing funding for our troops, as stated by RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
“It’s time for Democrats in Congress to ‘Stop the Madness’—stop their politically motivated impeachment charade and start working on behalf of their constituents,” she said.
The ads are expected to run in 15 of the targeted 2020 states and will reach hundreds of thousands of Americans. Newspaper ads will also be printed in Spanish.
An example of one ad:
The ad campaign was launched after the Trump re-election campaign raised more than $3.1 million in donations on the first day of the televised hearings, Wednesday, Nov. 13. The RNC is said to have spent five figures on this ad exercise.
Other Republicans also joined McDaniel slamming Democrats’ inability to move forward, having become obsessed with impeachment.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) tweeted on Thursday, “Critical legislation is currently frozen in place. Casualties of Democrats’ apparent inability to make headway on anything besides fighting with the White House.”
Critical legislation is currently frozen in place. Casualties of Democrats’ apparent inability to make headway on anything besides fighting with the White House.
We need action:
▶️ National Defense
▶️ Funding the Gov’t.
▶️ USMCA pic.twitter.com/Sdtxi4SPq9
— Leader McConnell (@senatemajldr) November 13, 2019
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), after the Saugus High School shooting, took to Twitter saying,
Enough is enough. The American people – in TX, in CA, in OH & all across the country – are counting on Congress to take action. It’s time to put aside partisan politics & focus on solutions to stop these senseless acts of violence. I’ve intro’d legislation to help do just that.
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) November 15, 2019