Republican Group to Air Ad Featuring Amb. Sondland's Damning Impeachment Testimony on 'Fox and Friends'
Republicans for the Rule of Law is a conservative activist group. Their stated purpose is "defending the institutions of our republic."
Unlike many of their fellow members of the GOP, they are not fans of President Donald Trump. Also unlike most Republicans, they aren't afraid to voice their opposition to the President and any of his enablers in Congress or elsewhere.
Watchdog group Republicans for the Rule of Law is taking no prisoners in a new ad highlighting the corruption of President Donald Trump. The ad won't be preaching to the choir either: It's set to air on 'Fox & Friends' on Monday, meaning many of the President's supporters and quite likely the President himself will see it.
The ad begins with Trump talking about his 2016 Democratic opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Conservative Group's New Ad Calling Out GOP Lawmakers for Siding with Trump Uses No Sound But Says Everything
A new ad from Republicans for the Rule of Law sends a powerful message to the GOP: "Your silence is deafening."
The soundless 30-second spot calls out Republican congressmen Benjamin Sasse, Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz, John Kennedy, and Tim Scott for their silence in the wake of the Mueller report, saying "Our president attempted to obstruct justice. Stand up for the rule of law."
A Republican Group Just Released an Ad Calling Out Trump for Obstruction of Justice and People are Cheering
After the release of the redacted Mueller report to the public last week, many Republicans treated the inability to establish conspiracy and obstruction beyond a shadow of a doubt amounted to total exoneration.
Many dismissed the multiple incidents in the report that detail instances in which President Donald Trump tried to hinder the Special Counsel's investigation at nearly every turn including ordering then-White House Counsel Don McGahn to influence Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to fire Mueller as well as lie to the public, firing former FBI Director James Comey under suspicious circumstances, and multiple instances of misrepresenting or outright lying about the facts.