Lincoln Project Ad Calls Stefanik “Evil” For Promoting White Replacement Theory

Lincoln Project released a new ad condemning Elise Stefanik for promoting the dangerous and racist, “white replacement theory”
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May 23, 2022 — The Lincoln Project released a new ad, and the following statement, condemning Elise Stefanik for promoting the dangerous and racist, “white replacement theory”.

This is part of her ruthless quest to win support of the loathsome members of the ULTRA-MAGA wing of the GOP in her fight to become Speaker of the House against Kevin McCarthy.

The ad also condemns corporate powerhouses PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Home Depot, and the Altria Group for helping Stefanik sell her destructive cruelty in a cynical attempt to buy her friendship during her rise to power.

You can watch the ad here. The ad will run on broadcast in Watertown, NY and digitally in New York City, Washington, DC, and Boston.

“Elise was inducted into America’s elite at Harvard,” said Rick Wilson, Co-founder of The Lincoln Project. “She was prepared for leadership by the likes of Speaker Paul Ryan and President George W. Bush. But that ambition has become an unquenchable thirst for power. She’ll take down Kevin McCarthy. She’ll incite violence - unspeakable violence - in the name of her ambition. Stefanik knows what she’s doing, knows the human toll, and wakes up every morning and says, ‘More.’”

The Lincoln Project is a leading pro-democracy organization in the United States — dedicated to the preservation, protection, and defense of democracy.

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