Disgruntled Reagan and Bush era officials pay for ‘anti-Trump’ ad in Times Square
A large electronic billboard asking “What is Trump hiding?” appeared in Times Square, in New York City yesterday.
“If the President did nothing wrong, what does he have to hide? If they tell the truth, what if he afraid of?” asks the billboard.
The billboard shows President Trump with his finger to his mouth, as well as four current and former officials with duct tape over their mouths: Mike Pompeo, John Bolton, Mick Mulvaney and Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Many members of the media media portrayed the billboard as work of “an anti-Trump Republican group,” without disclosing of who they are. In fact the group responsible for this is none other than, ‘Republicans for the Rule of Law‘ who define themselves as a “coalition of Republicans who believe law enforcement investigations should be completed without political interference, the laws apply equally to everyone, and the Constitution needs to be followed.”
But when you take a closer look at the ‘Republicans for the Rule of Law’, you discover that they are a project of ‘Defending Democracy Together‘ which is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization created by former officials who have served in Reagan and Bush Republican administrations.
The leadership list of ‘Defending Democracy Together’, lists as Directors some of the most anti-Trump personalities, like Bill Kristol, Christine Todd Whitman, Linda Chavez, Bob Inglis, and many others. Click here to look at the full list of directors at ‘Defending Democracy Together’.
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