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[TV ad: A swampy, twilight environment, with dense jungle foliage. ERIC GREITENS stands center, wearing jeans and a leather vest with a bandolier, and holding two 460 Mangum handguns. Ominous music plays.]
GREITENS: Hello, Missouri! You know, President Trump and I have a lot in common. A few years back I was forced to plead out on a totally bogus sex crime charge by Missouri RINOs, just as President Trump was later denied his rightful second term by the Deep State in Washington. Now Donald Trump and I are gonna clean house! But first, I gotta take care of a little business.
[GREITENS runs forward; music switches wah-wah funk; camera swivels to show him emerging from the jungle into a 70s urban ghetto scene, with run-down buildings, welfare Cadillacs, and a bunch of bad dudes in pimpwear, all of whom GREITENS gets the drop on. GREITENS turns to the camera.]
First I’ll take care of all the crime coming to Missouri from liberal cities like New York and San Francisco. They may be too woke to go all Dirty Harry in these skels — but not me!