Saying “It’s not a campaign, it’s a billion-dollar criminal enterprise,” the Lincoln Project skillfully mocks Donald Trump’s assertion that he is the Law and Order candidate in their latest ad “Crooks”

The ad makers also rolled out the following members of the Trump team that are either felons or have pled guilty to criminal acts:

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  • Paul Manafort
  • Rick Gates
  • Michael Flynn
  • George Papadopoulos
  • Michael Cohen
  • Roger Stone

The narrator then pointed out that the last person who claimed the title of Law and Order President (Richard Nixon) was bad as well.

However, as the video pointed out, Trump is worse (Nixon did not pardon any of his people in Watergate) because he gave Stone clemency as an award for lying about Russian involvement in the Trump Campaign to Congress.

The digital ad concludes by pointing out that:

“Donald Trump is the most corrupt President in U.S. History. There’s only way to end the Trump crime spree. Throw him and his crooks out of office. On November 3 (with a picture of Joe Biden on the screen,) vote for justice.”

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