Eric Greitens @EricGreitens
We are sick and tired of the Republicans in Name Only surrendering to Joe Biden & the radical Left.
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8:30 AM · Jun 20, 2022
Some of the responses:
Oooh so tough!
Not a good ad.
Threatening others’ lives while cosplay the hero.
This is disgusting. I’m sure it will appeal to the knuckle scrapers who would vote for you.
You’re a seditionist promoting more violence against your political enemies, all so you can regain the personal power you pissed away.
Ambition over America is a shit cause, Eric.
What the hell is wrong with you?
You are one sick son of a bitch
Just openly threatening people now, aren’t ya?
Cool commercial, dingus. Kinda heavy on policy though. May wanna dumb it down a little for folks who aren’t interested in the wonky minutiae of federal legislation and the machinations of the law with respect to the historical interpretations and implications of the constitution
Are you guys training with the Uvalde police? They also liked to dress up like that
Do you tie them up before shooting them or is that just reserved for the women you’re having affairs with?
Oh my god what is wrong with you?
You think this is normal?
Really going for the 1930s Germany look there, aren’t you?
Irony, too, apparently?
In a world where we’ve lost so much as nation, you’re sick certifiably, sick
What, and I emphasize, the fuck?!
This is deeply embarrassing, like this is pandering to the dumbest voter imaginable. The people responding positively to this already live in hell, they just need to be entertained.
Big jump from duct taping women.
So you are encouraging murder because of a difference of political beliefs?
Demonizing and dehumanizing your political opponents is an old trick of totalitarian regimes
The only way I’m watching this is if you tie me up with duct tape and force me against my will
And on and on….
From Lucas Kunce‘s (D) ad released today:
“…The community I love had been hollowed out, jobs shipped away for Wall Street profits. The wealth of our state sucked dry by guys like Josh Hawley and Roy Blunt, and their top donors who got rich stripping our communities for parts…”
Dayam. This campaign came to play.
Dayam (March 17, 2021)
Today, from Lucas Kunce (D):
On an old cracked street in Jeff City, Missouri sits a forgotten house. A place I used to call home, full of memories, good times, and tough times.
Growing up, my family struggled. My sister was born with a heart condition. The hospital bills kept coming and my parents eventually went bankrupt.
But then, our neighbors and friends lifted us up. They gave me the chance to make something of myself.
So I did. I went to Yale and became a U.S. Marine to honor those who had given me so much.
But every time I came home, from Iraq and then Afghanistan, things had changed. The community I love had been hollowed out, jobs shipped away for Wall Street profits. The wealth of our state sucked dry by guys like Josh Hawley and Roy Blunt, and their top donors who got rich stripping our communities for parts.
The house I called home sits empty now, but Missouri is still standing. It’s time to Marshall Plan the Midwest. Fight to invest right here in the heartland where we’ve been making things for generations.
We’ll replace the broken system that divides us, break the grip of corporate power, join together black, white and brown,
young and old.
This is where we build our future, on the cracked streets, in the forgotten neighborhoods.
[Paid for by Lucas Kunce for Missouri]
This campaign ain’t playing around. They’re good. Lucas Kunce (D).
There won’t be any noticeable difference (March 8, 2021)
Bad timing (March 9, 2021)
Running in a republican primary for something? (March 10, 2021)
Give it a rest, at this point you’re just sounding more desperate (March 10, 2021)
Yinka Faleti (D), the Democratic Party nominee for Secretary of State, has started running ads in the Kansas City media market:
I swore an oath to defend our constitution. West Point. Two tours in Kuwait. After 9/11, a Battle Captain in Operation Enduring Freedom.
My name is Yinka Faleti and now I’m asking to defend our constitution again, as your Secretary of State.
See, Jay Ashcroft’s making it harder to vote, even during this pandemic. Opposing same-day registration, early voting, even mail-in voting.
Our democracy is only as strong as our right to vote. We have to defend it.
An ad released by the Democratic National Committee:
Narrator: Five years ago Donald Trump descended to the basement of Trump Tower. For the last five years he’s brought America down with him, attacking health care for patients with pre-existing conditions, giving massive tax cuts to billionaires, not working families, praising white supremacists, stoking racial division, a White House in chaos, losing 300,000 jobs in a failed trade war with China, locking children in cages. He ignored science on Coronavirus and mislead the American people, stating it “would miraculously go away.” It didn’t. Now, over 100,000 dead Americans, 20 million jobs destroyed, recession.
Donald Trump: No, I don’t take responsibility at all.
Narrator: He shredded our alliances. And turned our military on American citizens.
You have the power to end the descent of our nation, to choose justice, unity, leadership.
Because we can’t afford four more years of Trump.
Joe Biden: I’m Joe Biden and I approve this message.
Because we can’t afford four more years of Donald Trump (r).
The Missouri presidential preference primary is on Tuesday, March 10th.
The campaign fundraising is going well.
I’m Mike Bloomberg, Mike Bloomberg, Bloomberg.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D): You probably seen more ads from Michael Bloomberg than the rest of us running for president put together. Big money is powerful but it doesn’t always win.
I know that firsthand. When I ran against an incumbent Republican to take a US Senate seat away from Mitch McConnell, Bloomberg endorsed the Republican and he raised big money for him.
But I beat him anyway.
I’m Elizabeth Warren and I approve this message because I believe our democracy should work for you, not the billionaires.
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign raised $29 million in February. She’s in it for the long haul.
#PresidentWarren it is (February 17, 2020)
Senator Kamala Harris’ (D) presidential campaign has released a new ad commemorating her August Iowa bus tour.
And there I am, ever so briefly, twenty-two seconds into the ad:
One of the greatest strengths about who we are as a people is in our core, in our heart, we know we all have so much more in common than what’s…
Senator Harris is kicking off a five-day bus tour… [….] I love being in Iowa. You have made me a better candidate…
Today California Senator Kamala Harris will be making a stop right here in Sioux City.
It is the conversations that we’ve been having that have really given me a lot of perspective on some of the biggest issues that are facing us as a country.
There are two groups of people raising our children. Parents, often with the assistance of grandparents and aunts and uncles, and our teachers but we are not paying them their value.
If we have faith to see what can be, unburdened by what has been, we move mountains.
Let’s have a problem-solving president, let’s deal with the issues that are challenging us, and let’s write the next chapter about the America we believe in.
This campaign is about all of us. It is so much bigger than me. I cannot do this without you. I need you. Everything that you guys are doing out there that is about touching your neighbors and your friends and perfect strangers, it’s about all of us knowing our power, each of us to lift people up, right, and to remind them that we see them and we hear them and that they matter.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D) – West Des Moines, Iowa – August 10, 2019 (August 11, 2019)
Iowa – Meta – #ForThePeople – August 10, 2019 (August 11, 2019)
Senator Claire McCaskill’s campaign isn’t wasting any time, releasing a new ad:
Narrator: It’s a Missouri story born in Houston under the shadow of the McCaskill family mill. There was a drought that year, business slowed and the family moved around – Houston, Lebanon, Columbia. Clare worked her way through college and law school, waiting tables.
For years she drove a rusted through Chevy Nova. For her first campaign she knocked on eleven thousand four hundred and thirty two doors, and she won. It was a rough time to be the youngest woman in Jeff City, but they say she gave back as good as she got. Raising three kids as a single mom she relied on family.
As Jackson County Prosecutor, then State Auditor, Claire was always independent and always working across the aisle to make a difference. Now a grandmother of eleven she’s still the same as our Senator.
Claire McCaskill’s never left Missouri – she takes this story to work with her every day, because we all have a story – and Claire’s fighting to protect it.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D): I’m Claire McCaskill and I approve this message.
“…listen, I’m a Mizzou educated lawyer, but I can keep up. [laughter] And I know what the word shall means in the law. Now I know he went to Yale, I think, or Harvard, one of those, one of those fancy ones. Um, I think they taught him the same thing, shall is shall…” – Senator Claire McCaskill (D) on Josh Hawley (r) – August 17, 2017
We can’t wait for that to appear in a campaign ad.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) and Josh Hawley (r) (August 8, 2018)
Be afraid, be very afraid (August 8, 2018)