Twin Cities TV station pulls ad against Stewart Mills
WASHINGTON -- The Twin Cities CW station WUCW decided to pull an ad against Stewart Mills off the air after national Republicans complained it was inaccurate.
The ad shows Stewart Mills saying he is "personally offended" about allegations that the wealthy don't pay taxes, but the National Republican Congressional Committee say the words were actually thrown together from three separate sentences in a longer speech.
In the actual summer 2013 speech to the Second Amendment and Liberty Rally posted on YouTube, Mills said, "We donate to charity, we help with events, we do a lot of things for this community and to be singled out as a deadbeat is personally offensive. And that's what they call them. They say oh, they're not paying their fair share. There's all these loopholes."