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Unreported Body Bag Investments by Loeffler and Purdue Exposed in Viral New TV Ad #DeadWrongForGeorgia

Unreported Body Bag Investments by Loeffler and Purdue Exposed in Viral New TV Ad #DeadWrongForGeorgia

New Ad from Progress Action Fund PAC Hits Georgia Senators for Investing in Body Bags After Receiving Classified COVID-19 Info

LOS ANGELES, CA — In a hard-hitting rebuke of U.S. Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue in advance of the January 5th runoff election, today Progress Action Fund, a progressive PAC, unveiled a powerful new ad excoriating Georgia’s Senators for their investments in body bags after receiving classified COVID-19 intel.

“Dead Wrong” will run this week on broadcast TV in Augusta behind a six-figure buy starting today, the first day of early voting for the Georgia Senate runoffs. The ad, which went viral online surpassing 1 million views in the first 24 hours of its launch, exposes new explosive information: U.S. Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue inhumanely invested in body bags after receiving a classified briefing on coronavirus, despite continuing to downplay the risks of COVID-19 to the public. This week, the state of Georgia surpassed 10,000 deaths from COVID-19, with the conditions continuing to worsen.

To view the ad, click on the image below:

Loeffler & Perdue’s entire investment strategy was based on their expectation that COVID-19 would kill hundreds of thousands of Americans, leading to an increase in the value of the companies they invested in. Both Senators invested in DuPont, whose leading brands are Tyvek and Tychem, shortly after receiving critical COVID-19 information in a classified congressional briefing. Tychem produces outer shells of body bags and Tyvek produces “coroner tags,” which are used to identify deceased persons on the body bag. These tags are currently sold out by major retailers. DuPont’s first-quarter report cites Tyvek as a key reason why sales have increased for DuPont products. DuPont had doubled down on Tyvek in recent years, as they invested an additional $400 million in 2019 to increase Tyvek capacity.

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PAF is a brand new PAC founded in August 2020 to elect candidates running in overlooked races who stand up for Democratic values. The PAC focused solely on supporting Jon Ossoff, who was the most progressive Democrat running for a competitive Senate race and therefore received less independent expenditure support than more moderate candidates who would end up losing on November 3.

Progress Action Fund is also partnering with MeidasTouch, a leading progressive super PAC that produced over 140 videos in its effort to help defeat Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

For more information, please visit www.deadwrongforgeorgia.org.

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