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Republican group targets Raleigh and Charlotte TV, promotes Tillis bill to protect Mueller

In case you missed this little smidgen of hopeful news, the conservative Republican group that is calling for the protection of Robert Mueller’s investigation into the actions of President Trump and his cronies is now running a TV ad in the Raleigh and Charlotte markets. This is from a news release distributed by Republicans for the Rule of Law:

Republicans for the Rule of Law Launch Ad in Charlotte and Raleigh

Washington, DC– Republicans for the Rule of Law was recently founded by Bill Kristol, Mona Charen, and Linda Chavez–along with a broad coalition of conservatives and Republicans–to represent the majority of Republicans who believe special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation should be completed without political interference.

In anticipation of Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee vote on the Special Counsel Integrity Act, and to praise Senator Thom Tillis’ leadership on this issue, Republicans for the Rule of Law is airing this ad for the first time in Charlotte and Raleigh on Tuesday and Wednesday on Fox News.

The ad highlights Robert Mueller’s integrity and goes on to show the consensus among Republic leadership that he should be allowed to finish his job.

Click here to watch the ad.

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