I don't usually like these political ads, but this guy who owns a tear gas company did way too good a job of triggering people πŸ˜‚
Β· Β· May 6, 2022 Β· NottheBee.com

It's cheesy, but just the right amount of cheese.

My goodness. If I were a Floridian in the 7th district I'd vote for this dude just on how based his ad is. πŸ˜‚

Plus, the super tolerant Left absolutely melted into the floor at this ad. Just look at The Daily Beast's article:

Additionally, the company's tear gas was used against racial and social justice protesters in 2020 following George Floyd's murder, resulting in probes by congressional Democrats about the health hazards of the firm's products.

LOL!

You mean the rioters burning down entire cities??

The Daily Beast would have no problem if this guy's product had been used on truckers who honkity honked their horns for freedom.

The best thing of all is that this entire ad is a response to a Politico hit piece where they tried to show him as a bad guy:

Politico ran a story last month noting that he grew rich from his company PACEM Solutions selling arms and riot-control gear to police departments and providing training to law enforcement and private security agencies.

When the weenies try to cancel you, laugh at them and then laugh at them some more!

Know your audience. If the leftist media thinks they can get people to hate you because you sell tactical products to save the lives of police and local citizens, then lean into it.

"HECK YEAH, I DO!"

It sounds simplistic, but when Politico, the New York Times, WaPo, and others are orchestrating hit jobs on people they don't like and releasing sensitive Supreme Court briefs, they deserve every bit of the pushback!


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