Looking for something to do this summer? Maybe consider a little hunting – terrorist hunting.
Missouri gubernatorial candidate, Republican, and ex-Navy SEAL Eric Greitens has come up with a novel way to promote his campaign – and it’s guaranteed to make liberal heads explode.
Greitens is generating buzz around his campaign by selling “ISIS hunting permits” in an effort to raise money.
The ‘permits’ have no bagging or tagging limit and only expire “when we defeat this evil.”
Even better, while the ‘permits’ are going for $10 each, those who contribute $100 to his campaign will also receive a sticker signed by Rob O’Neill, the former SEAL who fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden.
Via Fox News Insider:
An ex-Navy SEAL who is running for governor in Missouri came up with a novel idea to get the word out about his campaign.
Eric Greitens is selling “ISIS hunting permits” in an effort to raise money. The bumper sticker says that the permit expires “when we defeat this evil.”
Those who fork over $100 will get a sticker signed by Rob O’Neill, the former SEAL who fired the shots that killed Usama bin Laden.
The combat veteran served four tours of duty, including in Iraq and Afghanistan. He received the Combat Action Ribbon, the Purple Heart, and the Bronze Star for his service in Fallujah, Iraq.
Greitens explained that the fight against “radical Islamic terror” needs to start at home, in addition to going after ISIS overseas.
He also reminded voters that “freedom-hating terrorists” will not be defeated by taking guns away from law-abiding Americans – which runs contrary to everything Democrats have been saying since the San Bernardino and Orlando ISIS-inspired attacks.
Rest assured that liberals will be worked up and wetting the bed over these permits, chastising them as Islamophobic and creating a false threat that Americans will respond to such rhetoric by attacking innocent people. Does anybody remember what happened when Sarah Palin issued ‘target lists’ before the Gabby Gifford’s shooting?
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