Billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer, who is spending millions on a campaign to mobilize young voters and call for President TrumpDonald John TrumpHannity urges Trump not to fire 'anybody' after Rosenstein report Ben Carson appears to tie allegation against Kavanaugh to socialist plot Five takeaways from Cruz, O'Rourke's fiery first debate MORE’s impeachment, is out with a new ad telling mothers to “talk to your child about the GOP.”

In the video released online ahead of Mother’s Day by Steyer’s organization NextGen America, a woman speaks about the “changes” she began to notice in her son from an early age, including stealing from “less fortunate kids” and bad luck in romantic relationships.

“He was never afraid to talk to girls,” the woman says proudly.


“But things never really worked out for some reason,” she adds, as the camera pans to a framed photo of a young man holding a sign that reads “Baby Killer.”

She jokes that her son came home from college often because he “never really learned how to do his own laundry,” and shows a photo of a Trump T-shirt on top of her son’s laundry basket.

“It wasn’t until I met his college buddies that I realized it may be too late,” she says, holding a photo of a group of men carrying torches, similar to the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., last summer.

“Only a mother can catch the signs early,” she says, as the video cuts to a clip of her downing an alcoholic drink. “This Mother’s Day, talk to your child about the GOP. I wish I had.”

Former Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett on Friday slammed the ad and others from Steyer's group, calling them "counterproductive and annoying."

"[Y]ou're not helping anyone but yourself (maybe), and you're wasting money that could really help when we're in the fight for our political lives," he tweeted.