MacArthur Releases New Ad: “WaPo”
Highlights The Washington Post’s Fact Check of Kim
Toms River, New Jersey – The campaign for Congressman Tom MacArthur today released a new ad – “WaPo” – which will run heavily across the district. The ad highlights The Washington Post’s fact check, which concluded that Andy Kim engaged in “a classic case of resume puffery”, oversold “his bipartisan credentials”, and stretched “his resume to elastic extremes” in his latest television ad.
“Voters across South Jersey already know that Andy Kim took an illegal property tax break on his nearly million dollar condo in DC that he wasn’t entitled to. Now they are going to learn that the TV ad he’s been running for weeks is false,” said MacArthur for Congress Strategist Chris Russell. “Andy Kim has intentionally and repeatedly misled voters about his resume and this ad exposes him as a phony who has been lying to voters from the beginning about who he is and what he stands for.”
You can view “WaPo” by clicking here.
The Washington Post Fact Check can be found by clicking here.
Script for “WaPo”:
Have you seen Andy Kim’s ad? The one about his military and security experience? It’s a lie.
The Washington Post Fact Check: Kim’s ad “stretches his resume to elastic extremes” and is “overselling his bipartisan credentials.”
The truth? Kim had an “entry-level job” and never served in the military. Andy Kim: Lying to you from the start.