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Disgraced survey-taker Frank Luntz was recently shaken by what he deems the most terrifying political ad of the century. That might be a slight exaggeration, but not by much. Luntz, notorious for his wildly incorrect 2016 prediction, took to Twitter to share the clip.
This is the most alarming political ad I've seen this year.
I encourage you to give me your reaction. pic.twitter.com/k2rmNHfhxT
— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) July 25, 2023
UPDATE: Lunt deleted his Tweet. The video that put the fear of God into Luntz can be seen here:
Streisand would be proud!pic.twitter.com/QCaVo5bxjz
— MAGS (@TAftermath2020) July 27, 2023
Here’s Luntz’s famous prediction:
The left-wing media is reporting on the clip and dutifully calling it “alarming” as well. Everyone marches in lockstep, don’t they?
What Frank watched isn’t an official political ad; it’s instead a grassroots video made by a popular pro-Trump podcaster who goes by the name “Dilley.”
Conservative pollster Frank Luntz on Tuesday shared a disturbing digital campaign spot to Twitter’s rebranded X that alleges a vast conspiracy orchestrated by “the deep state” to hoodwink the American people. The one-hundred-ten-second video — which concludes by crediting the “Dilley Meme Team” and former President Donald Trump’s “online war machine” — contains sinister male-voiced narration declaring that most significant events and major domestic issues in recent memory were lies.
“This is the most alarming political ad I’ve seen this year,” wrote Luntz, who urged users to post their reactions.
The project’s ten proclamations are virtually indistinguishable from indicted criminal defendant Trump’s grievance-saturated attempt to return to the White House:
Here’s the words to the popular video meme:
If I was the deep state and I wanted to destroy America, I would rig the election with a puppet candidate, one that was so compromised that they would never say a word about it. I would create a false flag that allows for mail-in ballots. I would be in charge of the ballot-counting machines. I would create a false flag to blame all who question the results of the election.
If I was the deep state, I would prosecute anyone that went against me. I would sue and prosecute anyone that spoke up about the fraudulent election. I would use my powers to shut down all your internet businesses and bankrupt you.
If I was the deep state, I would make everyone an example why you should never question a Democrat ever winning an election. I would imprison my foes. I would use my corrupt das and blackmail judges to destroy you. I would make sure all crimes I ever committed never happened. I would prosecute my biggest competition. I would make sure they could never run for office ever again.
If I was the deep state, I would convince everyone that Ukraine Nazis were good and women are men.
If I was the deep state, I would own every politician that mattered.
If I was the deep state, I would push my pedophilia ambitions on you.
If I was the deep state, you’d question your sexual identity, but not the medical establishment.
If I was the deep state, you would fear to ever resist me.
If I was the deep state, you would wish I was really the devil.
If I was the deep state, I would say mission accomplished.
The ad is highly popular among MAGA supporters because it effectively expresses their overall sentiments about the Deep State and their efforts to remove President Trump. Predictably, the left dismisses it as an “alarming conspiracy,” a label they use for anything they want to censor. However, the issue is that many of these so-called “conspiracies” end up becoming true.