He's trashing Kalispell, he's touting AOC as one of the smartest people he has ever testified in front of, and he's on camera talking about making childcare more expensive. Check out this new video just released targeting one of the Democrat candidates for governor in Montana.

The funniest part of this video is when Ryan Busse, the gun control supporting candidate for governor of Montana, turns close in to the camera and says, "put it on YouTube. Put it on every single channel, Greg, I'm watching ya."

Well, here it is:


Later on in the video published by the Republican Governor's Association, Busse says Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is one of the smartest people he has ever testified in front of. Here's a rough transcript:

Video transcript: "I'm not embarrassed about anything I'm running on. Go put it on YouTube. Put it on every single channel, Greg, I'm watching ya. We've got to find ways to make childcare more expensive. The two smartest people I've testified in front of and prepared with are AOC and Jamie Raskin. I live in Kalispell. Some of you might have heard, it's not the most enlightened political place in the world. The Democratic Governors Association believes that we can win."

Will Busse make it through the Democrat primary? He does have an opponent.

By the way, for those who haven't heard, Busse's running mate is the lockdown lawyer, Raph Graybill. He was the young lawyer who came from a politically connected family and advised former Democrat Gov. Steve Bullock as they were locking down schools and forcing mask mandates on the state.

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