House Democrats break up with a party over bogus DCCC ads claiming all Republicans are QAnon

Erin Schaff/The New York Times

The attacks by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) on Republicans in the House of Representatives for their alleged support of the QAnon conspiracy theory have drawn a backlash from some Democrats.

DCCC has launched a TV and digital advertising campaign worth more than half a million dollars accusing Republicans of being "with Q and now with you."

Contrary to the message contained in the announcements, 146 members of parliament voted last October in favor of a resolution condemning Qanun. This may indicate that the Qunun conspiracy theory is not in the mainstream of the Republican Party.


17 Feb 2021

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