Democrat Representative Cindy Axne of Indiana lost her tongue and outed herself.
"Vulnerable Democrat Rep. Cindy Axne (IA), in an attempt to attack her Republican challenger Zach Nunn, released an ad claiming that he is in China’s pocket for accepting money from a Chinese company she toured and praised in 2019 for 'powering Iowa agriculture,'" reported Breitbart.
"Axne released an attack ad against Nunn on Tuesday titled 'Weaken,' which claimed that Nunn is in the pocket of the Chinese government after accepting thousands ($2,500) in campaign contributions from Syngenta PAC, a PAC connected to Syngenta — a Chinese-owned company," according to Breitbart.
"Communist China is working hard to weaken the U.S.: challenging our military, stealing trade secrets, and putting politicians like Zach Nunn in their pocket," the ad narrator said.
"Zach Nunn took thousands from a Chinese government-owned business," the narrator added.
However, in 2019 when Axne visited and praised the company.
At the time, Axne even said she was "glad to hear" from the company and praised it for "powering Iowa agriculture."
"Axne didn’t think Syngenta was evil when she attempted to gain their support and toured their headquarters in West Des Moines for a photo-op in 2019," said Josh Treat, Nunn’s campaign manager. "Now that they are supporting Nunn, she is now a desperate politician who is willing to say anything to get reelected."
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