Des Moines, IA – Perry Johnson, Michigan businessman, quality control expert and presidential candidate, will air his new ad “Pardon” on Newsmax TV nationally and broadcast in Iowa and New Hampshire media markets. 

The ad, which was first released earlier this week, blasts Democrats for weaponizing law enforcement in their persecution of former President Trump. In the ad, Johnson challenges Joe Biden to pardon President Trump from federal prosecution, something Johnson himself would readily do. 

“The reality is that this stunt by Democrats and Joe Biden is nothing more than political theater in order to eliminate President Trump, their political enemy. Biden should immediately pardon President Trump of all federal charges – something I would not hesitate to do. 

“This is not about what Trump has or has not done. It is about sending a message to the radical left that their unsubstantiated and un-American witch hunt is simply unacceptable. I continue to urge other candidates in the race to support a pardon for President Trump.”

Perry Johnson’s latest ad calling for the pardon can be viewed here.

Perry Johnson helped revolutionize the automobile industry in the early 1980s. When the industry was reeling, he knew how to implement quality and efficiency. He went on to implement similar quality standards in other products, such as food, medical devices, and airplanes. A quality guru and professional problem solver, Perry Johnson is now turning his expertise to the most inefficient institution in the country – the federal government. His new book, Two Cents to Save America, is a detailed plan for putting the federal government on a two-cent diet to finally get spending under control and tame our nation’s record inflation.

Perry Johnson kicked off his efforts with a Super Bowl ad buy in markets across Iowa and with his latest buy, has spent more than $700,000 on TV advertising campaigns through the end of March in New Hampshire and Iowa. Perry opened his first campaign office in Ankeny, IA and has bus tours planned in both states throughout the months of March, April and May.