Candidate Alex Mooney tells us in his most recent ad and commercial why McKinley cannot be trusted; McKinley's ad is fake – he and Trump were never together as McKinley’s ad pictures them:
Of course, there’s this Mooney ad from earlier this week which shows him with Lauren Bobert:
Mooney doesn’t tell you, but this ad’s picture is also a fake; here’s the Mooney picture before Bobert’s image was added to it:
In researching the picture, it appears to be from five years ago which means Mooney looks younger. More importantly, there's no Bobert. Additionally, notice that Bobert's frame in the ad is much smaller than it proportionally ought to be.
What did we learn from this exercise? Probably that McKinley’s ad-makers are better with Photoshop.
What do Mooney and some of his endorsers have in common?
In looking through his endorsements, I found a common thread which ties a number of them together. Here is his endorsement from Representative Ronny Jackson:
From Citizens for Ethics:
And here is tonight’s endorser, Representative Lauren Bobert:
And of course, there’s his #1 endorser, Donald Trump, and all of his ethical baggage. I wonder if they all took the same class together or belong to the same club?