Republican group torch Kevin McCarthy torch on January 6 in a torch advertising campaign


Republican group calling for house minority leaders Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) For refusing to cooperate with the House Select Commission investigating the assault on the US Capitol on January 6.

The Republican Accountability Project, Opposite conservative group Donald Trump This follows the former President’s Enabler, with 50 billboards and bus stop ads in McCarthy’s hometown and Washington, DC, as seen in these mockup images.

(Photo: Republican Accountability Project)

(Photo: Republican Accountability Project)

“Kevin McCarthy was one of the few people to talk to Trump during the January 6 attack,” RAP Executive Director Sarah Longwell said in a news release. “It’s time for him to tell the American people what he knows.”

The sign will be displayed for up to 4 weeks and the organization will I have an online map Show those locations.

Shortly after the riots, McCarthy said Trump was “responsible” for the attacks carried out by his supporters when trying to block the certification of the 2020 elections.

“No, ands or buts” McCarthy said in January 2021..

Not only did he change songs immediately Publicly exempt blame Trump Also a trip to Mar-a-Lago I like curry.. Since then, McCarthy has attempted to thwart and thwart the investigation into the January 6 assault. Refused to cooperate After being done Asked for testimony According to the House Select Committee dealing with probes.

“What are you hiding, Kevin McCarthy?” The ad asks.

This isn’t the only ad about the US Capitol attack that’s getting a lot of attention. Progressive PAC Meidas Touch Sen runs a spot on Fox News on Sunday to remind viewers. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) called the January 6 riots that struck the Parliament building “terrorists.”

This is no no for Fox News, which frequently broadcasts untrustworthy conspiracy theories about attacks. Cruz later apologized during the broadcast To use the word.

MeidasTouch wants viewers to know that Cruz uses this term correctly and repeatedly.

This article was originally HuffPost It has been updated.