Dan Crenshaw’s Badass New Campaign Ad: “Mission Impossible Meets the Avengers”


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Dan Crenshaw should win his election based on the strength of this ad alone!

Or based on his impeccable military service to our country.

Or based on his strong conservative platform.

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So really pick any number of reasons to love Dan, but this new ad goes right to the top.  

Please enjoy:

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Here's what The Hill had to say about the new ad:

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) has launched a four-minute campaign ad that has the look and feel of a Hollywood blockbuster movie trailer, with the former Navy SEAL being cast with five other Texas Republicans as characters out of a type of "Mission Impossible" plot.

“Your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to save Texas,” says a British narrator over soaring music as Crenshaw boards a plane in fatigues and a parachute.

“To do so, you must recruit an exceptional team of congressional candidates,” the voiceover continues. “The nation’s future is dependent upon your success.”

Crenshaw jumps out of the plane near Houston, landing fist-first in homage to "The Avengers."

The 36-year-old goes on to recruit other congressional candidates while traveling across Texas.

The ad concludes with the six walking down an airstrip before a huge explosion goes off behind them and the phrase "Texas:Reloaded" appears on screen.

The credits include Crenshaw as one of the writers.

Crenshaw’s seat is one of several that Texas Democrats are looking to flip in November, though the party could face headwinds in seeking to knock off the formidable GOP incumbent.

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