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Swing-State Ad from New MOMS PAC Highlights Liberal Mob Violence

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A new $3 million ad campaign in battleground states uses the violent liberal protests in cities across the country from this summer to argue that reelecting President Trump is the “only safe option” for families.

In the ad from Moms for Safe Neighborhoods, a new pro-Trump super PAC, a mother has a nightmare about rioters smashing her car and house windows—a familiar sight in many neighborhoods during this summer’s anti-police riots. “They’ll defund the police. They’ll disarm them,” the ad warns of electing Democrats this November. “Don’t let the nightmare come true.” 

The ad will appear on A&E, Bravo, TLC, and Fox News in the battleground states of North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. The group, which will go by MOMS, will also do grassroots campaigning in the states.

Jessica Anderson, a former Trump administration aide heading up the new group, told the Washington Free Beacon that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would threaten the safety of American families if elected.

“Biden has been forced to embrace a radical liberal agenda that would mean fewer police to protect our families,” she said. “President Trump has repeatedly stood up for safe neighborhoods and safe families, the only way we can keep that progress going is making sure he gets reelected in November.”

Riots broke out in many major cities following the death of George Floyd in late May. The Justice Department last week called out New York, Portland, and Seattle city governments for “permitting anarchy” by failing to stop the violent outbreaks. 

Alex Nester is an intern at the Washington Free Beacon and will begin a fellowship with The Public Interest in September. She graduated from Hillsdale College this spring with a bachelor of arts in economics.


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