NEW AD CAMPAIGN: MoveOn Targets Members of the GOP Treason Caucus for Their Position in Lethal Rebellion

Those that aided and abetted a lethal rebellion should be held accountable. 

Washington, D.C.– Right this moment, MoveOn Civic Motion is launching a brand new nationwide and state-specific “Treason Caucus” accountability marketing campaign to carry politicians accountable for aiding and abetting a lethal rebellion in opposition to the USA authorities. On January 6, the American folks watched as a mob of violent, white supremacist, home terrorists stormed the Capitol on the urging of Donald Trump. However Trump didn’t act alone. For months, Republican elected leaders conspired with him to mislead the American public concerning the election. Lots of these Republicans embraced and inspired the rallying cry of the legal rioters—even after they killed a police officer—by voting to overturn the election outcomes. MoveOn and its thousands and thousands of members will now maintain these Republicans accountable.  

“When the nation watched as a violent Trump mob stormed the Capitol, we noticed the affect of months of delusional election fraud lies and incendiary rhetoric from Donald Trump come to a lethal fruition,” stated Rahna Epting, government director of MoveOn Civic Motion. “However Trump didn’t act alone. He had assist from elected officers who, identical to Trump, now have blood on their arms. Those that led this rebellion—from Donald Trump on down—should be held accountable. Nothing lower than our democracy is at stake. If we don’t take motion now, Cruz, Hawley, and their band of conspiracy theorists will nonetheless preserve energy in an workplace they dishonored and don’t deserve to carry.”

MoveOn is launching a multifaceted “Treason Caucus” accountability marketing campaign together with the next:

  • Newspaper homepage takeovers to remind constituents how their senators failed them. MoveOn is focusing on Josh Hawley (R-MO), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Ron Johnson (R-WI) with homepage advert takeovers of The Kansas Metropolis Star, Houston Chronicle, and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel web sites, respectively. See examples under:

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