GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzInstagram chief gets bipartisan grilling over harm to teens McConnell faces GOP pushback on debt deal Democrats seek to avoid internal disputes over Russia and China MORE's (Texas) website features a photoshopped image of President ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaContinuing resolutions are undermining Congress' right (and responsibility) to operate Rising costs top concern for Americans: poll Biden Supreme Court study panel unanimously approves final report MORE wearing combat gear and warns that he is out to take away Americans' guns.
“Obama wants your guns,” reads the fundraising pitch, which went up Tuesday, shortly after Obama unveiled his executive action on gun violence. The pitch asks supporters to “join the fight.”
Same composition pic.twitter.com/kdKGmsqPbk— Ryan Teague Beckwith (@ryanbeckwith) January 5, 2016
In the image, Obama is dressed in a black helmet and jacket with his 2008 campaign logo.
The ad originally appeared on Cruz’s website in October, according to the Washington Post.
Obama announced his executive actions on guns Tuesday, including subjecting more sales to background checks and beefing up enforcement of existing laws.