Team Joni Launches

September 14, 2020

The new website exposes why Greenfield can’t be trusted
After former Colby Interests executive Theresa Greenfield (D-Country Club Knolls) was caught deleting her failed business record from her website, today has been launched for voters to learn about her shady record as an executive, candidate and liberal.

This new website is a one-stop-shop where voters can learn the truth about Greenfield who was hand-picked by the liberal left to be a rubber stamp for their radical agenda that includes extreme environmental regulations, curtailing Second Amendment rights, and legalizing taxpayer-funded abortions.  

Additionally, the website exposes Greenfield’s failed record of leadership. As a candidate, Greenfield’s 2018 congressional bid ended in election fraud. As an executive, Greenfield ran the now-bankrupt Rottlund Homes that tried to use eminent domain to seize land, was sued by homeowners in Polk County for fraud and was later evicted from their office in West Des Moines.  At Colby Interests, she personally signed paperwork displacing local business owners for a foreign-owned grocery chain and oversaw a nearly $8 million deal that bulldozed homes on behalf of a regional office for Microsoft.

“Voters can visit where they can learn about Theresa Greenfield’s radical positions, failed business record that includes being sued for fraud, and her previous congressional bid that ended in election fraud,” said Joni Ernst spokesperson Melissa Deatsch.  “With a record like this, it’s no wonder Greenfield has never visitedalmost half of Iowa’s counties. She can’t let Iowans know the truth about who she really is.”  

Joni Ernst is a mother, soldier and a leader who has never stopped fighting for Iowa.

Her liberal opponent is former Colby Interests real-estate executive Ms. Theresa Greenfield.  Ms. Greenfield, who lives in one of Iowa’s wealthiest zip codes, prioritized profits over people when she personally signed paperwork to remove mom and pop businesses for a corporate chain. Ms. Greenfield’s previous attempt at running for Congress ended in failure, with her campaign manager ultimately pleading guilty to election fraud.