A professional-Trump tremendous PAC unveiled an e-billboard in Times Square in New York City on Monday that slams “FAKE NEWS” for failing to document on a grievance that the group filed towards Hillary Clinton’s marketing campaign for alleged fundraising abuses.
The digital advert, which can air for every week, is funded by means of the Committee to Defend the President, previously the STOP HILLARY PAC.
The billboard calls out “fake news” retailers CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, NBC News and Time, pronouncing they “spent more ink on President Trump’s second scoop of ice cream than the ongoing FEC investigation of Hillary’s $84M Campaign Finance money laundering scheme.”
The slide presentations then adjustments to an image captioned, “President gets 2 scoops, everyone else 1.”
For the “real story,” the billboard directs audience to a hyperlink to the group’s grievance that it filed with the Federal Election Commission in December. The FEC said receipt of the grievance and stated the group might be notified when the company takes ultimate motion on it.
The grievance accuses Mrs. Clinton’s marketing campaign and the Democratic National Committee of the usage of state Democratic Party committees to funnel tens of millions of bucks again to her marketing campaign to skirt marketing campaign donation limits.