California Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly has a new campaign video that's hard to miss.
In the video, Donnelly stands alongside actress Maria Conchita Alonso and calls for a "gun in every California's gun safe," and the restoration of the "film industry back to where she belongs, Hollywood."
"He has big ones…and he is angry…" Alonso interjects in Spanish, which is subtitled in the video.
At one point in the roughly three-minute spot Donnelly makes a short, seemingly expletive filled rant (the words are bleeped out) on how frustrated he is about taxes and regulation.
"It makes me want to…[the next few words are bleeped out]…everytime I hear that high taxes and regulations have driven another business out of our state," Donnelly continued. "Right now in North Dakota McDonald's is paying workers $15 an hour plus a signing bonus!"
Donnelly also attacks California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on his lead ammunition ban as a "cowardly act" that is the "first step to banning hunting in our state." Alonso cuts him off then and argues, in Spanish, that animals suffer because of hunting.
Donnelly just looks puzzled in response.
"If you honor me with your support, I will lead California back to prosperity, so help me God," Donnelly concludes.
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Watch the video below: