Country music artist Ryan Weaver has lent his pro-America anthem, “Burn,” to the West 4 Texas gubernatorial campaign, and Allen West is making full use of the gesture by using the “American fight song” in his latest pro-Texas, pro-America, and pro-Freedom campaign video ad.
The 3-minute video is comprised of video clips of everyday Trump Americas marching and rallying against government mandates, the criminal Black Lives Matter movement burning and vandalizing communities, and the ongoing border crisis along the U.S. Southern border, particularly along the Texas front.
“I will not allow people to disrespect and disregard the sovereignty of the Lone Star State,” said West in the video.
The campaign video also showed clips of Allen West meeting with Texas and attending various events around the state, and of West making certain remarks at those aforementioned campaign events.
“We are going to stand on that border and we are going to say turn around and go back…An unarmed individual is a subject,” added West.
As President Biden continues his “War on American Oil” and gas prices continue to hit record highs, West made it a point to address that solar and wind are not reliable sources of energy,” warning that the U.S. “should not be putting 23 to 25% of our energy distribution into an unreliable source.”
One of the most poignant moments of West’s video was when he addressed the questionable “Rules of Engagement” Texas National Guard soldiers have been given in regards to defending themselves against armed, criminal drug cartels.
“We are certainly not going to allow the cartels to fire across the border into Texas and tell our National Guard troops that you can’t shoot back at them. We’re not going to just shoot, we’re going to kick their fricking ass!” stated West.
Currently, law enforcement and military personnel are not permitted to shoot in self-defense across the border at armed cartel members.