Marco Rubio is cast as an immigration flip-flopper in the latest TV ad by Right to Rise USA, the super PAC backing Jeb Bush for president.
The 30-second spot, titled "Vane," features a figure of Rubio, smiling and wearing a suit and tie, as an animated weather vane atop a barn, pointing his arm sometimes "East" and sometimes "West."
"He ran for saying he opposed amnesty, then he flipped, and worked with liberal Chuck Schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill," a narrator says. "He threatened to vote against it, and then voted for it. He supported his own Dream Act, and then he abandoned it. Marco Rubio, just another Washington poltiician you can't trust."
Fall leaves swirl in front of a bucolic, rural setting (Iowa!), and then a train roars by: "Jeb Bush: He's a leader, so you always know where he stands." It makes no mention of where Bush actually stands: He supports the eventual legalization for immigrants in the country illegally, and at one point also backed citizenship (but doesn't now).
Rubio made a point to talk about his immigration stance in a Miami rally Sunday.
The ad will air beginning Monday night in Iowa, South Carolina and on Fox News nationally, according to Right to Rise.