Ad exposes Debbie Mucarsel-Powell and husband’s business dealings under a shady Ukrainian oligarch
WASHINGTON – Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, announced today a new radio ad will be hitting the airwaves in Florida following the explosive reports on Debbie Mucarsel-Powell and her husband’s business dealings under a shady Ukrainian oligarch.
The radio spot details the Powell family’s close ties to Igor Kolomoisky, a shady Ukrainian oligarch who has been “accused of contract killings and fraudulent billion-dollar schemes.” According to documents and federal records, Debbie Mucarsel-Powell’s husband took almost $700,000 while working for the oligarch’s businesses as a general counsel. The ad will begin airing in the Miami media market today.
“South Florida voters have absolutely no reason to trust Debbie Mucarsel-Powell’s judgment after learning her family has been making hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Ukrainian oligarch accused of ‘contract killings and fraudulent billion-dollar schemes,’” said Courtney Alexander, CLF Communications Director. “Debbie and her husband have a lot of questions to answer after taking dirty foreign money from a shady oligarch. South Florida voters deserve better than Debbie’s bad judgment.”
Listen to the ad here.
ANNCR: A shady Ukrainian businessman. Dirty foreign money. A U.S. congressional candidate.
It’s a shocking scandal – and the story of Debbie Mucarsel-Powell.
Explosive new reports raise troubling questions about Powell and her husband’s close ties to a shady Ukrainian oligarch – who has been, quote, “accused of contract killings and fraudulent billion-dollar schemes.”
But that didn’t stop the Powell family from cashing in, with her husband taking $700,000 while working for the oligarch’s firms.
The Powell family was involved in at least 6 of the oligarch’s businesses, with her husband identified as his right-hand man in documents and federal court records.
Debbie Powell: Dirty foreign money. Shady ties. Bad judgment.