Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Show-Me Not-So-Magical Eric Greitens Missouri Comeback Explained

Here's a peek at the tactics of the disgraced politico and his hope that people forget the controversy that sent him to dwell among the bottom-rung of right-wing media . . . Take a look:

Eric Greitens and The Politician's Bone

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Anonymous said...

no thank you.

Anonymous said...

HELL NO, thank you.

Anonymous said...

This guy sounds like Mike Sharp, Josh Hawley and Donald Trump rolled into one.

No thank you and Hell no, thank you.

Anonymous said...


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Retro ROCKER said...

This guy should stay out of politics. He should quietly make money in the private sector.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I don't know. If he campaigned in his skivvies, he might do well.

Anonymous said...

i did not expect greitens to make another attempt at a state office

I foresaw a race for a congress seat somewhere at the right time, with some BS "support the troops" fraud charity he lives off of in the interim, like his "mission continues" hustle.

after all, much hotter hairdressers in DC than the central west end.

big surprise he's not thinking something federal.

would be funnier if he ran now as an independent for governor just to spite the republicans, parson, et al