Lincoln Project Releases New Anti-Trump Ad. Says “Trump’s Fantasy Has Come True”
The following comes from Lincoln Project’s official press release:
June 9, 2020- Contrary to all evidence, since his inauguration, President Donald J. Trump has been lying about the size of the crowds that he says have come out to cheer him on.
Finally, this week, in cities across America, from coast to coast, and small towns in between, crowds even larger than he ever imagined possible have gathered — not to cheer Trump on — but in solidarity with one message: It’s time for him to go.
Donald Trump, the American people are speaking directly to you with a simple message: It’s time to start packing your bags.
From YouTube description: 📺 159 years ago Abraham Lincoln asked, “Will you risk the commission of so fearful a mistake?” Today, we hope our elected leaders will listen.
June 6, 2020- The Lincoln Project has grave concerns about the Trump Administration’s response to the Americans who today choose to exercise their First Amendment rights to peacefully assemble and to petition our government in our nation’s capital.
These laws are the foundation of our Republic. And even while serving as the president of a divided nation, Abraham Lincoln held these principles above all others.
This makes Lincoln’s concerns so long ago relevant again today:“Before entering upon so grave a matter as the destruction of our national fabric…with all its benefits, its memories, and its hopes… would it not be wise to ascertain precisely why we do it?”
It is almost as if he were speaking from his grave to question our elected leaders today: “Will you risk the commission of so fearful a mistake?”
Presidential campaign advertisement for President Donald Trump aired on Super Bowl Sunday 2020 touting President Trump’s action on criminal justice reform and incarceration issues. From YouTube description: President Donald J. Trump has accomplished historic criminal justice reform in just his first term in office. Increasing job training for inmates, shortened sentences, and giving second chances to those that truly deserve it.