The "Facts" listed in the ad are all basically false.
1) The ad claims Ex-Im is profitable, but that's an accounting fiction, the Congressional Budget Office maintains.
2) The ad mentions that 90 percent of Ex-Im subsidies are for small business sales. Sure, if you count a tiny insurance product the same as a $500 million loan guarantee. Measured by dollar amount, 76 percent of Ex-Im subsidies are for the ten biggest recipients alone.
3) The ad says Ex-Im has "supported 1.2 million U.S. jobs." That is a meaningless figure that basically just counts up employees at companies that get subsidies.
But the effort to tie Ex-Im to Reagan is even more laughable.
For one thing, Reagan regularly called for cutting the corporate welfare bank.