The pro-Newt Gingrich PAC "Winning Our Future" claims that "at least six" stations in Florida have -- as of Thursday -- been telling the group they need more documentation to run their ads.
"Stations all across Florida started to pull spots asking for fact checking," said Gregg Phillips, managing director of Winning Our Future, who accused the outlets of being "lazy" and suggested they were part of a coordinated effort across Florida to derail Newt Gingrich.
The SuperPAC currently has three ads running in Florida.
Phillips speculated this kind of fact-checking wasn't being done on Romney ads. Phillips, though, did not offer documentation detailing the pushback his PAC got from the stations.
"Why is it that Newt's PAC is getting fact checked and (Romney allies) are able to put up stuff with impunity. ... It's a concerted effort to destroy Newt Gingrich. The truth is going to come out. People said we're not going to let you run the ad. I promise you that's not happening with Romney. I've been doing this for 30 years, This is shameful - These are the pro-Newt spots. We're not talking about negative spots."
The SuperPAC, though, is releasing another anti-Romney film Friday afternoon called "Blood Money" -- TV ads excerpted from the movie will begin running as well.
"When we release this video ... we'll have a button that links to 22 pages of documentation. Every single thing they could ever need. Every line has been fact checked, but you mark my words, somebody will refuse to run this ad," he said.