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Liberal elitist Theresa Greenfield came out against Joni Ernst’s bipartisan plan to help provide diapers to families in need amid COVID-19. And today, a group of Iowa moms gathered to call out the out-of-touch Des Moines real estate executive.

“This isn’t a Democrat or Republican issue. This is a common-sense. But apparently, one out-of-touch liberal, Theresa Greenfield, disagrees,” said Iowa State Representative Holly Brink, standing next to her daughter. “Greenfield is against Joni’s bipartisan plan to get diapers for families in need amid COVID-19. She has completely lost touch with reality.  At this time when Iowans need to work together, Ms. Greenfield puts politics ahead of people.”

“As a mom, I want nothing more than for my kids to have the resources and opportunities to live a safe and happy life,” said Jen Steele, an Iowa mother. “When we are looking for leadership on these issues, Joni Ernst is there fighting for us.”

In May, USA Today detailed Joni Ernst’s bipartisan effort to fight for $200 million in the next COVID-19 relief package for diaper relief for families in need.  Later that month, Theresa Greenfield opposed Joni’s bipartisan plan.

Author: Press Release