Head of Anti-Trump PAC Threatens Criminal Charges Against Trump Supporters

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The head of an anti-Donald Trump super PAC threatens on Twitter to file criminal charges against Trump supporters.

Liz Mair, founder of the anti-Trump PAC Make America Awesome, is under fire after launching an ad in Utah depicting First Lady candidate Melania Trump, a model, posing nude, and encouraging people to vote for Ted Cruz. Mair’s ad was attacked by the establishment media for “slut-shaming” Melania Trump. Mair has been defending her ad, saying that she doesn’t care if Melania posed for photo shoots but that Mormons in Utah probably would.

Now Mair claims that “Trumpkins” are calling Mair’s mother on the phone.

Mair then threatened to file criminal charges against the Trump supporters.

Mair, who is a dual citizen of the United States and United Kingdom, has criticized Katie Packer, who runs another anti-Trump group called Our Principles PAC. Mair made it clear that her efforts are trying to swing the race to Ted Cruz. Cruz has denied any involvement in Mair’s ad.

Mair also had some things to say the day of Trump’s speech to AIPAC:

Mair resigned from Scott Walker’s political action committee in March one day after she publicly joined the team after it was revealed that she disparaged the people of Iowa.

“In other news, I see Iowa is once again embarrassing itself, and the GOP, this morning. Thanks, guys,” Mair tweeted and added “The sooner we remove Iowa’s frontrunning status, the better off American politics and policy will be.”

“The tone of some of my tweets concerning Iowa was at odds with that which Gov. Walker has always encouraged in political discourse,” Mair said when she resigned.


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