AAN Expands Reconciliation Campaign With 2 New Ads To Stop Pelosi From Monitoring Americans’ Banking Info
New Ads Highlight How Tom Malinowski & Susie Lee Hid Their Finances While Demanding Americans Disclose Theirs
WASHINGTON — American Action Network expanded its efforts to stop Nancy Pelosi’s “reconciliation” package with new ads focused on Pelosi’s proposal to allow the IRS to monitor Americans’ private banking information.
The new ads show how Congressman Tom Malinowski and Congresswoman Susie Lee are demanding Americans disclose personal financial information to the government, while hiding their own from public view. The ads come after recent news reports revealed both failed to report millions of dollars in financial transactions in violation of federal law, drawing scrutiny from the House Ethics Committee.
The ad campaign will run on a mix of broadcast and digital advertising mediums in NJ-07 and NV-03 and expands AAN’s $4.5 million ad campaign announced just last week.
“It takes serious gall for Tom Malinowski and Susie Lee to demand working Americans turn over their financial records, while hiding their own finances from public view,” said American Action Network Communications Director Calvin Moore. “Just another example of Washington liberal elites living above the rules, while shaking down the working class for every penny they have left.”