If you were watching the FCS national championship football game between the University of Montana Grizzlies and the South Dakota State University Jackrabbits on Sunday, you would have seen your sampling of political ads heading into 2024.

Did you see the ad about hunter's ed by liberal Senator Jon Tester (D-MT)? You know, the one where he claimed to be saving hunter's ed from Joe Biden? I know. It's phony. Here's a fact check for you.

The bottom line? The flip flop flat top is back at it again, pretending to be a moderate during an election year.

So, Tester puts out this campaign commercial where he claims that he saved hunter's ed and archery programs in the schools. But here's the deal: Tester voted for the very bill that allowed the Biden Administration to threaten hunter's ed and archery programs in the schools in the first place.

I made this point via X shortly after the ad was released:

What a joke. He voted for the bill that led to the problem in the first place. Create the disease, take credit for delivering a cure. Wasn't that the bad guy in a Bond film? 

I think it was actually a Mission Impossible plot, but you get the point. Breitbart News carried my tweet in this story: Sen. Jon Tester Airs Ad Touting His Opposition to Anti-Gun-Education Policy He Voted For

Here's something else that isn't being pointed out: the guy featured in the ad is a board member for a radical environmentalist and Democrat party front group.

Republican US Senate candidate and Navy SEAL veteran Tim Sheehy also called out "two-faced Tester."   


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