Advertising Arizona Republican candidate says AR-15 needs to fight “Clan Hood Democrats”


Parliamentary candidate Jerone Davison will participate in a Republican debate on Arizona PBS on Monday, May 9, 2022.

Parliamentary candidate Jerone Davison will participate in a Republican debate on Arizona PBS on Monday, May 9, 2022.

A provocative new campaign ad that Republican candidate Jerone Davison uses an AR-15 rifle to protect his family from the “12 angry Democrats of Clan Foods” who have responded online.

Davison, Former NFL player and pastorIs one of five Republicans running for the GOP nomination, including parts of Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler, in Arizona’s Fourth Parliamentary District.

he Post The 24-second clip with the caption “Make the rifle great again” contains a biceps curl emoji that is often used to show strength.

The video, in words, begins like a standard Republican campaign ad.

“The Democratic Party says:” You don’t need an AR-15 for self-defense. You can’t need all 30 shots. “

However, the first image of a Ku Klux Klan member shows the direction of the ad. As a member of the clan walks towards Davison’s house, he sits in the kitchen, sipping coffee in a cup with the American flag, clasping his hand and praying on his face. Place it towards.

“But when this rifle is the only one standing between your family and the 12 angry Democrats in Clan Hood, you may just need that semi-automatic and all 30 rounds. No, “says the narrator.

When the mob approaches with a rake or other weapon, Davison leaves the house with an AR-15. When about 6 or 7 clan members (one looks like a black man) see Davison’s gun, they retreat.

This ad elicited reaction from both sides of the political spectrum.

“This must be the best campaign ad in history! Good luck to your racers!” One Twitter post To tell..

Conservative commentator Shemeka Mitchell I have written: “Hahaha !! I love you! He played against them.”

Others were not very supportive. “The historian in me is crying. Humans are screaming,” said another Twitter user. Said.

“There’s something about a former NFL player and a head injury. Jerone Davison and Herschel Walker are walking CTE ads.” Another SaidBrain condition Refers to chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

The Davison campaign did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the ad.

Tara Kavaler is a political reporter at The Arizona Republic.She can be contacted by email at [email protected] or Twitter @kavalertara..

This article was originally published in The Arizona Republic: Republican candidate Jerone Davison releases Pro AR-15 ad