House candidate Jeroen Dawson vowed to contest ‘Dem KKK’ with AR-15 advertisement.

A GOP congressional candidate from Arizona ran a campaign ad with AR-15 in support of the Second Amendment to defend against “Democrats in Clan Hoods.”

Former NFL’s Jeroen Dawson is returning – who wants to represent Arizona’s 4th Congressional District – Advertisement issued With a tweet on Wednesday that said “make the rifles great again”.

“Democrats like to say no one needs an AR-15 to defend themselves,” Dawson was quoted as saying in a 32-second video. “No one probably needs all 30 rounds.

“But while this rifle is the only thing that stands between your family and a dozen angry Democrats in the Clan Hoods, you may need this semi-automatic and all 30 rounds.”

The ad often cuts off several people dressed in white hoods and white robes with a donkey print on the front.

Geron Dawson’s ad shows him defending himself against “Democrats in Clan Hoods.”
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Jerone Davison published an ad supporting AR-15.
Dawson has been seen defending his home with the AR15.
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On one occasion, a large group is seen charging a residential house with racks, hammers, axes and bats while Dawson, wearing sunglasses and holding a semi-automatic weapon, waits by the window.

The group runs away after Davison walks out of the house with a firearm, and the ad ends with a steel shot of a white robber sitting in the water before he sees the Republican from a distance.

Davison’s case for AR-15 legalization comes two days after a 22-year-old man killed seven people and injured dozens with an AR-15 during a Fourth of July parade in Illinois.

Since then, several Democratic lawmakers and gun reform activists have reiterated their demands for a ban on the purchase of semi-automatic weapons in the United States.

While many Republicans immediately called Dawson’s video “beautiful” or “the best ad ever,” dozens of other social media users were shocked at the Ku Klux Klan’s involvement in rejecting the Second Amendment.

Geron Dawson's ad included KKK and AR-15s.
The bizarre ad received mixed reactions online.
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Davison’s call to protect the AR-15 comes two days after a Highland Park shooter killed seven people with an AR-15.
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“I don’t know how to feel about it. What do you guys think?” Written Former congressional candidate Barrington Martin II.

“After lying for years that she is really interested in reaching out to minorities, the GOP establishment is going to blow its mind at the fact that new minorities entering the party are going to be more radical than their usual white base. Blaze TV host Steve Des Tweeted.

“Donald Trump’s presidency has made hyperbolicism and absurdity a norm in political propaganda. And that alone can stand as one of his greatest contributions to the world.” Written Author Justin O’Donnell.

Dawson, who played for the Sacramento Gold Mines in 1994 and the Oakland Raiders from 1996 to 1997, will face Republicans Kelly Cooper, Dave Giles, Rene Lopez, and Tanya Wheels in the Arizona primary on August 2.

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Dawson played for the Auckland Raiders between 1996 and 1997.
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This is not the first provocative campaign by a Republican candidate in recent weeks as the GOP is eyeing a majority in Congress.

On Tuesday, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt released a video of himself holding a blue torch, vowing to burn President Biden’s “socialist agenda.”

“I think Joe Biden is a complete disaster. That’s why I’m taking my blue torch to his socialist agenda,” he said, lighting the torch.

“As your attorney general, I resisted Biden’s open border policies,” Schmidt continues. “I sued to get rid of it [Dr. Anthony] Foki’s COVID Mandates. And I stood with the president. [Donald] Stop Trump rigging the election.

“In the Senate, I will heat up the Biden Democrats,” the ad concluded. “I accept this message because now is the time for us to return to our country.”

KKK is featured in Geron Dawson's ad.
In recent years, political advertising has become more and more unusual, with many blaming it on Donald Trump’s campaign strategy.
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Just two weeks ago, former Missouri governor and fellow Senate candidate Eric Gretens released an advertisement urging primary voters to order “RINO”. [Republican in name only] Hunting permission. ”

“I’m Eric Gretens, the Navy SEAL, and today we’re going to hunt RINO,” Greitens said. Says the 38-second ad.

In the disturbing video, the Republican is seen holding a double-barreled rifle while several others are wearing tactical gear, with battering rams, a smoke bomb and a semi-automatic weapon.

“RINO eats corruption and is marked by cowardly stripes,” Gretens says in a video before entering the group’s empty house.

“Join the MAGA staff, get a RINO hunting permit. There is no limit to bagging, there is no limit to tagging and it will not end until we save our country,” he said. Continued.