The Democratic National Committee is mocked over their “Four-figure Digital Ad Buy” in Florida, Wisconsin and North Carolina. According to The Hill, the ad buy targets “Senator Ron Johnson” and “Republicans’ latest threat to ACA.” It is being placed in four states and only spends four-figures.
Will O’Grady, Republican National Committee’s Deputy Press Secretary, stated to Fox News Digital that the digital ad purchase of four figures amounts to a “maasley amount”
“Clearly, Bidenflation affects Democrats as well – evident by the small amount they spend with this venture. O’Grady stated that no amount of money, whether four-figures in dollars or four million, can compensate for the failings of Joe Biden’s and the Democrats.
Many people responded to Olivia Beavers’ announcement on Twitter that Politico would be buying ad space. They stated that it won’t get very far.
How is it possible to buy an ad in Florida for only ‘four figures? Are you aware of the number of media markets available and how costly it is to run an advertisement? Christina Pushaw, press secretary to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, said:
Pushaw said to Fox News Digital that it is strange that a four-figure advertisement buy is making the news.
Pushaw stated, “To be blunt: I don’t know why a four-figure ad purchase is making news.” For context, it is worth noting that eight-figure spending is typical for Florida political campaigns. I’ve never heard of a Florida ‘four-figure’ ad buy until today.
Emma Vaughn, GOP National Press Secretary, stated that “I can remember when Pelosi called four figures ‘crumbs’.”
“A few thousand dollars…in Florida?” Luke Thompson, a Republican political consultant, said:
“4 figures, so they’re spending less that $10,000 and this is news?” Erick Erickson stated that the news should be that they don’t really believe in their message.
Nicholas Fondacaro, Media Research Center’s Nicholas Fondacaro said that they boasted spending between 1-9k and an ad buy …,”.
“Four figures! We must not get carried away! Scott Jennings stated, “Wow!”
Allyson Bayless, spokesperson for the DNC, stated that the ads are meant to demonstrate what healthcare would look under Republican control.