When a conservative political ad was seen on Facebook, the ad’s creator didn’t know if it was a scam or not

When a conservative political ad was seen on Facebook, the ad’s creator didn’t know if it was a scam or not

Former Fox News host Andrew Napolitano said that when his campaign received a complaint about a controversial political ad that appeared on Facebook he didn’t realize that the ad was a hoax until he saw it on the network’s News Channel.

“I thought that it was real,” he told CNNMoney.

“I thought it was just an ad that I posted, and it’s been debunked a million times, but I thought it looked real, and I was like, ‘Oh, it’s a hoax,'” he said.

“But the next day I realized it wasn’t.

It was real.

I saw it and it was fake.

So it was kind of like, Oh, my gosh, I’m really confused.”

Napolitano was one of the first to call attention to the controversy when he published a piece that was widely shared on Twitter and Facebook, which called out the ad as a “scam.”

Napolitanos article was shared more than 2,000 times before it was deleted, but a few weeks later, he shared a screenshot of it on Facebook.

“As someone who has been around politics for 30 years, this is beyond the pale,” Napolitani said in a video.

“This is something that we don’t do.”

He said that the video was posted on July 10, the day before the Iowa caucus.

“When I saw that video on the News Channel, I knew right away that this was fake,” Napo said.

When Napolitan saw that ad on Facebook during the Iowa caucuses, he was “very disturbed,” Napolitan said.

He didn’t want to go public until he knew for sure.

“The fact that the guy who put the ad in was still on the air is kind of scary,” Napolann said.

“He’s still on air, I guess because it was like a real person,” Napolin said of the original ad’s maker.

“It was a real man.

He did the right thing, but it’s not the right action.

It’s not fair.

And it’s really wrong.

And I think it’s wrong for him to continue doing it.”

But Napolitana said that if he had seen the ad first, he would have taken it seriously.

“You can’t be like, oh, that’s a scam, you need to be careful about that,” he said of a hoax.

“You have to know what’s in there, and that’s why I have to say that.”

Napolani said that he was not the first person to see the ad.

“The guy who made the ad is a man who is probably worth billions, and there’s a reason for that,” Napola said.

Napolitann said he knows of other people who saw the ad before him.

“They did see it,” he added.

“There’s some people out there who are like, You know, ‘Why don’t we go ahead and show it to them?'”

He added that he has contacted Facebook about the issue.

“We’ve been contacted by a lot of people, and we’re looking into it,” Napoli said.

Facebook, however, did not respond to a request for comment.

Napolitann also said that it is a bit unfair that he would get paid for his political ad.

In 2015, Napolito was among those who received a $2,500 check from the Campaign for America’s Future, an organization that was run by former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie.

“That’s a lot more than I got for just posting this thing on my own Facebook page,” Napolina said.

The campaign did not immediately respond to CNNMoney’s request for an interview.

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