Just think to yourselves for a moment. If this is confusing for you, don’t you think it would be confusing for Pennsylvania voters?
Speaker of the House, Rep. Paul Ryan heads up the Congressional Leadership Fund which opened up two offices in Pennsylvania to help GOP candidate Rick Saccone battle Conor Lamb.
According to Big League Politics, this mailer was sent out as I am thinking as a negative for Lamb but it turns out to have been a huge positive. Or maybe it was supposed to say Rick Saccone and it was a typo. Or worse, maybe Ryan wanted Lamb to win.
Here’s one more way to look at it. If the Democrats thought Lamb was too conservative, they wouldn’t want to vote for him but it seems it backed fired, didn’t it?
Either way, this is confusing and could get the Speaker in hot water with his constituents if he doesn’t address it.
Billionaire Joe Ricketts created the Ending Spending Inc. Super PAC which bought $1 million in ads to help Saccone but there was no mistake like this that appeared. If this happened, this is going to anger many on the ground.
— andrew kaczynski? (@KFILE) March 14, 2018
It's interesting to hear Paul Ryan describe Conor Lamb as "a conservative," given his support for the Affordable Care Act and background checks, plus his opposition to Republican tax cuts and proposed changes to retirement benefits
— Chris Megerian (@ChrisMegerian) March 14, 2018
Interesting nugget: @HotlineJosh identifies @CLFSuperPAC as the distributor of a #PA18 mailer trying to manipulate Dem voters by “thanking” Conor Lamb for supporting gun rights.https://t.co/0RFsVDQaw1
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) March 6, 2018
@CLFSuperPAC thanks to this mailer…this Rep. will be voting for Conor Lamb. He is a local guy – nice try saying a vote for him is a vote for Pelosi. By that logic is a vote for Saccone a vote for Trump? If so – then definitely not voting for GOP. @ConorLambPA @RickSaccone4Sen pic.twitter.com/4whLcBFixp
— Tyler Saville (@tsaville87) February 17, 2018
SOUND OFF in the comment area how you feel about this mishap and whether or not this could be true.
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