Pro Ted Cruz PAC Diagnoses America With Clinton Fatigue


Pro-Ted Cruz Super PAC Keep The Promise 1 is back in action with a diagnosis for American voters: Clinton Fatigue.

This week, the multi million-dollar Super PAC released its first attack ad, portraying an overcrowded hospital ward with zombie-like patients who are inflicted with the “awful” ailment caused by Hillary Clinton’s many scandals.

Paging Dr. Cruz

The ad follows two doctors around the ward as they look upon the sickly patients.

“We haven’t seen anything like this since the 90’s,” the doctor says.

“Well they’ve been through a lot,” he goes on, “email scandals, questionable donations from foreign governments, cronyism… even pantsuits.”

The doctors walk out of frame and over the intercom we hear “Paging Dr. Cruz, Dr. Cruz to the emergency room.”

Super PAC Says Voters Need an Extra Dose of Ted

Keep the Promise 1 rolled out a seven-figure ad buy to promote Ted Cruz earlier this month. The Super PAC is one of four similarly named groups led by an all-star lineup of conservative political media professionals, including one of the people behind “Hillary: The Movie.”

Kellyanne Conway, the president of the PAC, released a statement along with the ad claiming, “Americans have Clinton fatigue – they are tired of the same old ideas, same old political entitlement, same old personal enrichment, same old casual relationship with the truth.”

Keep the Promise 1 tapped into an “A-List Hollywood team” to make the ad, said spokeswoman Kristina Hernandez in an email to the Dallas Morning News.

That company appears to be Beverly Hills-based Glittering Steel LLC, which received $40,000 from Keep the Promise I, according to FEC filings from Aug. 5 and 9.

While the organization thinks voters are suffering from a Clinton-overdose, Ted Cruz better hope he can find a remedy for his low-poll condition. He’s currently in a three-way tie for fourth place with Scott Walker and Marco Rubio, lingering around 7%. And all three of them continue to be a long shot away from billionaire Donald Trump.

This article originally appeared at I Agree to See.


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