NCGOP Launches Digital Initiative to Hold Cal Cunningham Accountable for His PPP Hypocrisy | Beaufort County Now | Following Chairman Whatley's Press Conference Today Demanding Greater Transparency From Cunningham | NCGOP, digital initiative, cal cunningham, PPP loans, july 17, 2020

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NCGOP Launches Digital Initiative to Hold Cal Cunningham Accountable for His PPP Hypocrisy

Press Release:

    Raleigh NC     The North Carolina Republican Party is launching a digital initiative to hold Cal Cunningham accountable for his PPP hypocrisy. Our microsite highlights how Cunningham's company received substantial PPP loans while Cunningham was criticizing the program. Even worse, Cunningham lied about his connections to WasteZero and refused to provide greater transparency. Cunningham's initial instinct to deceive North Carolina voters is disqualifying and part of a pattern of lying to North Carolinians.

    Earlier today, the NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley held a press conference demanding Cunningham answer these specific questions.

  1. Cunningham admitted to receiving compensation from WasteZero as late as March 31st. When was the last time they compensated him?
  2. How much has WasteZero compensated Cunningham since March 20th, the day he falsely claimed he left the company?
  3. If Cunningham believes he hasn't benefited from a PPP loan, why doesn't he ask WasteZero to turn over documents that would prove that to be true?
  4. Why would voters take Cunningham's word on this issue of this given he's already been caught lying about it?

    Please click HERE to watch the full press conference.

  • Contact: Tim Wigginton


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