A Republican candidate operating for Utah State Senate dropped a rap-style video selling her marketing campaign – prompting mockery from social media customers.
Utah grandmother Linda Paulson is operating for District 12’s Utah State Senate seat. She introduced her candidacy within the video, which was posted to YouTube.
Paulson, who appeared to be having a blast within the video, started her rap by dancing and professing her love of “God and household and the Structure.”
“I attempted to get one other conservative to run. No person might do it. So I’m getting it carried out,” the grandma stated.
Paulson stated she is pro-religious freedom, pro-life, pro-police, pro-right to bear arms and pro-free speech.
Paulson then drops a line about “supporting conventional household as the elemental unit of society.”
Paulson additionally quips, “Simply to make clear… as a feminine grownup, I do know what a lady is.”
“In the event you share my values, for those who like what I stand for, then give me your vote on the eighth of November,” the candidate stated. “District 12 wants a selection. Let me be your voice.”
“Linda Paulson, Linda Paulson for Senate,” Paulson concludes whereas elevating her palms.
The video has been seen over 74,000 occasions on Paulson’s YouTube channel, and it has been seen thousands and thousands of occasions after it was shared by numerous Twitter customers.
It obtained blended receptions on social media, with some customers describing it as cringe-worthy and a nasty search for Republicans.
“Think about voting for an grownup who really thought this was a good suggestion,” a top-liked YouTube remark learn.
“Her granddaughter performed Hamilton within the automotive as soon as and she or he stated ‘I can try this,’” one other commentator joked.
“This must be a joke proper? This must be satire,” a dumbfounded social media consumer wrote.
However not all social media customers disliked it, with some describing it as “healthful.”
“Aww that is cute. She looks as if a pleasant woman,” one Twitter consumer stated. “I’d vote for her if I lived there.”
“Linda Paulson, if I lived in Utah you’d have my vote!” one other commentator exclaimed.
Paulson’s video even caught the eye of Christian conservative rapper Bryson Grey.
Grey supplied up a remix of Paulson’s video that he shared on Twitter.
He begins by saying, “Linda, I acquired you.”
“In the event you vote for Linda, District 12 gon’ be boomin. So, vote Linda Paulson. Why you stallin’? She gon’ have Utah ballin’,” Grey raps.
Paulson is operating in opposition to Democratic incumbent Karen Mayne, who can be the minority chief of Utah’s state senate.
Paulson didn’t reply to Fox Information Digital’s request for remark.