This week, the Detroit International Bridge Company (DIBC) and American’s for Prosperity-Michigan (AFP-Michigan) launched eerily similar campaigns against the New International Trade Crossing (NITC). If anyone had a sliver of doubt that the AFP and the DBIC were not joined at the hip all you have to do is look at their advertising using the same false and misleading information, showing a direct connection between the two organizations. The link below is to a YouTube posting of a video on the AFP website and the new DBIC commercial.
While more than 120 businesses, labor and community leaders, and organizations representing more than 10,000 businesses and hundreds of thousands of Michigan employees support Governor Rick Snyder’s plan for a new crossing, the DIBC and it’s extension, AFP-Michigan, are the only groups that oppose the new public-private crossing.
Click here to watch the ads and put two and two together for yourself.