A Florida GOP congressional candidate was recently secretly recorded threatening Republican rival Anna Paulina Luna with “a Russian and Ukrainian hit squad” that would make her “disappear.”
That’s according to a recording obtained by Politico that comes from a conservative activist who says she taped her conversation with William Braddock over concerns about his “unhinged” dislike of his competitor.
During a 30-minute call with a conservative activist that was recorded before he became a candidate, William Braddock repeatedly warned the activist to not support GOP candidate Anna Paulina Luna in the Republican primary for a Tampa Bay-area congressional seat because he had access to assassins.
“That will break my heart. But if it needs to be done, it needs to be done. Luna is a f—ing speed bump in the road. She’s a dead squirrel you run over every day when you leave the neighborhood.”
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Luna is a regular on Newsmax and has appeared on Candace Owens’ show.
While the mainstream media reported that a Florida Republican allegedly boasted Russian-Ukrainian ‘hit squad’ that could ‘disappear’ rival, they all failed to report that the person he threatened is a Trump supporter and the bully is a RINO!
Hey clown, the person he threatened is a Trump supporter. https://t.co/U0pNwxcrMb
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 17, 2021
In one of her commercials, congressional candidate Anna Paulina Luna walks along a tarmac, looking straight into the camera.
“Unlike the crooks in Congress,” she says, “I’m not going to lie to your face and tell you what you want to hear.”
The straight talk is Luna’s campaign style, in person and on social media. She pokes at liberals on Twitter, elevating conservative causes and championing President Donald Trump to more than 200,000 followers. Her outsider status, with no family or career connections to Washington, propelled her through a competitive primary election to challenge Democratic incumbent Rep. Charlie Crist in Florida’s 13th Congressional District.
The campaign draws heavily on her Hispanic heritage, Southern California roots, an impoverished and unstable childhood, and her service in the U.S. Air Force. But much about Luna, 31, is new, including her last name and her residence in St. Petersburg.