Malinowski Shows True Partisan Colors

Press Release

Date: Sept. 24, 2018

At this morning's 7th District debate, Democratic candidate for Congress Tom Malinowski showed his true, ugly partisan colors by comparing the Republican Party to, "a white nationalist party."

"The Republican Party right now, not in New Jersey so much, but in Washington, DC, is having a different debate. It's having a debate about whether to be a white nationalist party".

"The sheep's clothing has finally slipped off Tom Malinowski," said Lance for Congress campaign manager Jim Hilk. "Malinowski believes that those who disagree with him must be members of a 'white nationalist party.' These inaccurate and hateful comments show his true contempt for those 7th District constituents who believe in Republican ideals of lower taxes, less spending and more economic freedom."

By contrast, Congressman Leonard Lance is rated one of the most bipartisan members of the entire U.S. Congress.

Leonard Lance is a member of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus and was called, "a leader committee to breaking the gridlock. Leonard Lance is one of the few leaders with a plan -- and the guts -- to fix Washington," by the non-partisan No Labels Action organization.

"7th District voters saw the real Tom Malinowski this morning: A liberal, name-calling Pelosi partisan who would only add to Washington's gridlock if elected to Congress. Only Leonard Lance will work across the aisle to find solutions to our country's toughest challenges," concluded Hilk