The DCCC’s new ad which falsely smears Mike Garcia, a combat veteran, as a “coward” and member of QAnon is being slammed for misleading viewers.
The ads have been debunked as completely false in multiple publications.
In several cases, the only supposed qualification for standing with QAnon is voting against Trump’s second impeachment. That’s ridiculous and certainly worthy of Pinocchios.
[Mike Garcia] has no known ties to QAnon.
A small television buy by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee seeks to paint a handful of California Republicans as followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory.
The truth? Not even close.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) falsely attacked several House Republicans in a series of ads launched Tuesday, claiming that the House GOP members backed the QAnon conspiracy theory.
NRCC Comment: “Washington Democrats have resorted to running disgusting false smears and elevating fringe conspiracy theories because they have zero accomplishments to run on and know their time in the majority is coming to an end.” – NRCC Spokeswoman Torunn Sinclair