Trump drops 'fraud squad' ad targeting prosecutors investigating, charging him
The ad reserves the worst criticisms for Willis, who remains the only member of the "fraud squad" not to yet press charges against the former president.
Former President Donald Trump has released a new campaign ad targeting the myriad law enforcement officials pursuing investigations or charges against him.
Dubbed the "fraud squad," the group includes special counsel Jack Smith, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, and New York Attorney Genera Letitia James.
"How far will the most corrupt president in history go to keep Republicans from winning back the White House?" the ad asks. "Meet the cast of unscrupulous accomplices he's assembled to get Trump."
The ad paints each member in a poor light, begin with Bragg, whom the ad calls "the radical liberal New York prosecutor who refuses to prosecute violent criminals."
"Jack Smith," it continues, "made a career persecuting innocent Republican officials."
"Letitia James," the ad says, is "the socialist who ran on the promise 'I'll go after Trump.'"
The ad reserves the worst criticisms for Willis, who remains the only member of the "fraud squad" not to yet press charges against the former president. She has, however, indicated she will soon announce charging decisions in her investigation.
"And Biden's newest lackey, Atlanta DA Fani Willis," it continues. "So incompetent, on her watch violent crimes have exploded. So tainted, Willis was thrown off one case for trying to prosecute a political opponent. So corrupt, Willis got caught hiding a relationship with a gang member she was prosecuting. So dishonest, Willis was accused of creating a fake subpoena."
"Welcome to the fraud squad," it concludes.
Ben Whedon is an editor and reporter for Just the News. Follow him on Twitter.