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See what the ‘Big 3’ didn’t want you to see

Special Delivery ScreenshotBy The Iowa Statesman

 

According to The Washington Free Beacon, major networks declined to run an ad on their Sunday morning news shows from a bipartisan group of former senators warning of the seriousness of an Iranian nuclear bomb.

The ad comes from a new group called American Security Initiative, which is led by former U.S. Sens. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), Evan Bayh (D-IN), and Norm Coleman (R-MN). The group spent $500,000 to get the ad on the airwaves, specifically targeting markets in Washington, DC, Lexington, KY, and Springfield, IL. Though the ASI ad is on cable in each of the targeted markets, ABC, CBS, and NBC all declined to run the ad during their Sunday morning news programming.

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