Kansas City MAGA Fulfilled After Double Date With Pete Mundo & Eric Greitens

By now you've seen, heard or read that there was an action packed meeting of the minds in Kansas City last night which probably the closest thing we'll get to penetrating questions and answers for this GOP primary.

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The whole evening — a wide ranging Q&A session between Kansas City conservative talk radio host Pete Mundo and Greitens over inflation, the so-called “Deep State,” Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and RINOs — barely touched on the accusations hanging over Greitens’ Senate bid. 

The only mention of them to the crowd came when Mundo asked vaguely about voters’ concern about unspecified “accusations” against Greitens. 

“What do you want to tell every conservative grassroots folks in the state about these things that they’re seeing on TV, hearing on radio that people are spending millions of dollars against you on?” Mundo asked. 

And much like he said on a wide array of issues throughout the evening, Greitens blamed the forces that oppose him. He said the accusations were “concocted” in Washington, D.C.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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