This time their lying ways have been brought to the attention of a Jackson County judge, who this morning issued a temporary restraining order against CFAF, which is running radio ads critical of a Democratic candidate for Wisconsin's 92nd Assembly District.
Not only are CFAF's statements most likely false in violation of a State elections statute, writes Circuit Court Judge Thomas Lister, but they were just as likely made with actual malicious intent.
Meanwhile, here's what you'll find on CFAF's website:
The Coalition for America's Families has continually supported policies that set a strong example for our families. CFAF has lent their support to efforts that give our community leaders the ability to follow their moral compass.Such as malicious lying, from the looks of it.
More: CFAF claims ex parte (by one party) orders violate the First Amendment, describes temporary ruling as "banana republic."