Michael Bennet Bought One-Day Fishing License To Film Fake Campaign Ad

By Matt Connelly
Michael Bennet Bought One-Day Fishing License To Film Fake Campaign Ad

Senator Michael Bennet is a bad candidate running a bad campaign

In an absurd attempt to convince voters he’s some type of Colorado outdoorsman, Bennet has released two outdoor themed ads in recent days. The most recent ad featured Bennet pretending to be a fly fisherman. 

There’s only one problem with Bennet’s newfound love for fly fishing: it’s fake. 

According to Axios, “Bennet received a one-day fishing license to film the commercial, according to documents provided by his campaign.” 

As Bennet’s own ad says, “We all know what happens when a senator goes to Washington.”

Yes, we do, he has to buy a one-day fishing license for a fake ad that tries to hide he’s truly a Washington, DC politician. 

We call on Bennet’s campaign to IMMEDIATELY release the fishing license to the PEOPLE so we can all laugh at him.


About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the Founder of Campfire Colorado. Follow him on Twitter @MattConnelly.