Published On: Mon, Aug 27th, 2012

Former Republican woman in pro-Obama ad revealed to be a fake

A second woman posing as a “Republican who supports Obama” in a new campaign advertisement was identified Saturday as Delia Ciano, the mother of Maria Ciano, a registered Democrat who also appears in the ad, posing as a Republican, John Hinderaker reported atPowerline.

fake Republican woman in pro Obama ad photo/screenshot of Obama for America

“Her Facebook page, like her daughter’s, is revealing. She put up a link to the Obama video and writes, ‘Maria and I are part of this video. I hope you watch,’” he wrote before posting a screen shot of her personal Facebook page.

Listed as her favorites are “Women for Obama,” and “Obama for America – Colorado.” One post on her page calls Republicans “idiots,” while another shows a graphic from the Obama Truth Team page saying the GOP platform calls for a constitutional amendment outlawing abortion.

“Share this to let everyone know where Mitt Romney and his party stand on women’s rights,” the post says.

One commenter said he saw Ciano on the Rachel Maddow program on MSNBC.

Ciano responds: “TRMS Is my favorite show!! Amazing!”

“Ms. Ciano’s Facebook page also reveals that she was part of a small group that met with Michelle Obama when Mrs. Obama was in Colorado on August 11, presumably indicating that she has some stature in the Obama campaign,” Hinderaker adds.

Yet, the Obama campaign wants American voters to believe she is a Republican.

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