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In a rare rebuke of the dirty tricks from Theresa Greenfield’s liberal allies, AARP has issued a press release alerting their members that they did not authorize or participate in the production of political ads created by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) against Joni Ernst.

This is the latest example of foul play from liberals. Last week, Greenfield’s far-left allies got caught spreading false information to confuse voters that the Iowa Farm Bureau fully supports Joni Ernst.

Notably, Greenfield’s 2018 congressional run also came to an abrupt halt after it was revealed that her campaign tried to use forged signatures in exchange for ballot access that resulted in felony election fraud.

“Time and again, Theresa Greenfield and her liberal allies continue to get caught spreading false information in a desperate effort to try to confuse Iowa voters,” said Joni Ernst spokesman Melissa Deatsch. “Greenfield’s last campaign ended in felony election fraud and if Iowans see any illegal behavior from Greenfield or her allies, they should contact Iowa’s Secretary of State.”

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