Missouri's hottest political date has once again inflamed critics and sparked the ire of politicos on both side of the aisle.
Our quickie hot take . . .
GREITENS IS TROLLING!!! GETTING ANGRY ABOUT IT IS PART OF THE POLITICAL GAME & HELPS HIS CAMPAIGN!!!
The ad is aimed at "triggering" low IQ people on both sides of the political aisle by duping them into thinking that this disgraced politico is anything but a circus act.
A quick description . . .
Greitens, who is seen holding a long shotgun for the duration of the video, is surrounded by men in U.S. armed forces camouflage uniforms. He also urged his supporters to join the “MAGA crew” and to get a “RINO hunting permit” after he rushed into an empty house while his crew tossed in a flash grenade.
He shared the video with a caption Monday that said, “we are sick and tired of the Republicans in Name Only surrendering to Joe Biden & the radical Left.”
The video comes as a bipartisan group of 20 senators — 10 Republicans and 10 Democrats — announced an agreement on nine principles for potential measures to battle gun violence, including funding for school mental health and safety programs and reviews of juvenile records for gun purchasers under the age of 21.
For now Youtube is leaving the video up . . . Take a look for those who haven't seen it already:
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Missouri Senate candidate Eric Greitens (R) is facing criticism after he released a new video urging his supporters to go "RINO hunting." The Missouri Republican shared a 38-second video on Twitter where he touts his past as a Navy SEAL and is seen breaking into a house while going what he calls "RINO hunting."
A new campaign ad from Eric Greitens, the controversial former governor of Missouri now running for U.S. Senate, has left him accused of glorifying political violence and was flagged by Twitter for breaking its rules around "abusive behavior." "Today, we're going RINO hunting," Greitens, a Republican, said with a smile as he slid the action on his shotgun in the 38-second ad.
The attorney representing Sheena Greitens in a child custody dispute with former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Monday said she plans to file as an exhibit a new campaign video that depicts him and a group of men in tactical gear hunting Republicans who they do not consider adequately conservative.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A campaign ad released Monday on social media by U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens violated abusive behavior rules at social media sites Facebook and Twitter. , released on Facebook and Twitter Monday morning, remains on Twitter though with the disclaimer that the video and tweet remain accessible "in the public's interest."
Eric Greitens facing criticism around new ad for U.S. Senate campaign appearing to encourage violence
A new campaign ad from Eric Greitens, who is running for the soon-to-be-vacated U.S. Senate position in Missouri, is being criticized for appearing to encourage political violence.We're not showing or linking to the full ad due to its content.
(The Hill) - Missouri Senate candidate Eric Greitens (R) is facing criticism after he released a new video urging his supporters to go "RINO hunting." The Missouri Republican shared a 38-second video on Twitter where he touts his past as a Navy SEAL and is seen breaking into a house while going what he calls "RINO hunting."
The Jan. 6 committee has, for the past few weeks, been reminding Americans about the horrifying "war scene" that unfolded during the attack on the Capitol. Some conservatives are ignoring the panel's findings and dismissing the hearings as a distraction. Others are doubling down on political violence.
You decide . . .