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September 22, 2022 6:57pm EDT
NRCC pulls ads for Majewski after reports he didn't actually serve in Afghanistan after 9/11
Rep. Kaptur said that Majewski owes voters 'a full explanation'
By Aubrie Spady | Fox News



  The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is scrapping $1 million in scheduled TV ads for GOP congressional candidate J.R. Majewski after military records reportedly revealed was never stationed in Afghanistan, despite claiming to have served there after the 9/11 terrorist attack.

Majewski, the candidate running against Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur in Ohio's 9th Congressional District, has been called an Afghanistan veteran for his Air Force service, but military records obtained by the Associated Press reveal that he was never actually stationed there. Following the reports, the NRCC canceled their plans to run ads for Majewski just weeks before the midterm elections.

According to an Associated Press report, military records show that he was in Kadena Air Base in Japan and was later deployed to Qatar, where he spent six months loading and unloading planes at an air base.

The NRCC's move to divest from the advertising was first reported by Medium Buying, a media firm. The NRCC did not respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.

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If the AP says it's true then it must be...

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Majewski has no chance anyway. She won 63 percent of the vote in the district in 2020.  More likely, the NRCC just decided to focus on greener pastures.  Majewski was in Qatar, which no doubt was providing logistical support for the Afghan war. That is good enough for me.

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September 22, 2022 6:57pm EDT
NRCC pulls ads for Majewski after reports he didn't actually serve in Afghanistan after 9/11
Rep. Kaptur said that Majewski owes voters 'a full explanation'
By Aubrie Spady | Fox News



  The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is scrapping $1 million in scheduled TV ads for GOP congressional candidate J.R. Majewski after military records reportedly revealed was never stationed in Afghanistan, despite claiming to have served there after the 9/11 terrorist attack.

Majewski, the candidate running against Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur in Ohio's 9th Congressional District, has been called an Afghanistan veteran for his Air Force service, but military records obtained by the Associated Press reveal that he was never actually stationed there. Following the reports, the NRCC canceled their plans to run ads for Majewski just weeks before the midterm elections.

According to an Associated Press report, military records show that he was in Kadena Air Base in Japan and was later deployed to Qatar, where he spent six months loading and unloading planes at an air base.

The NRCC's move to divest from the advertising was first reported by Medium Buying, a media firm. The NRCC did not respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.

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https://www.foxnews.com/politics/nrcc-pulls-ads-majewski-reports-serve-afghanistan-9-11

Ok,first off,Kadena Air Base is NOT "in Japan". It is on the island of Okinawa.

Secondly,Qatar IS somewhere in the Muddle East,and IF he was a USAF "Load Master" there is a very real possibility he flew into Afghanistan to unload supplies at an air base there.

This whole thing COULD be based on a terminology mix-up added to an exaggeration.

IF he was a load master on USAF aircraft flying supplies into Afghanistan, he WAS "DOING SERVICE" in Afghanistan while unloading supplies there,even if he didn't SERVE in Afghanistan.

A lot of muss and fuss over nothing,but the Dim accussations against him will almost certainly cause him to drop out of the race.

BTW,has anyone bothered to ask the Dim candidate where he/she/multiple choice served,and when?
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