To his adherents, he’s an honest American who was willing to make the case there was no functional distinction between the withdrawal and the gist of how it was completed. You don’t get to lose wars as if you won them. Kunce’s writing has run the gambit in terms of admirers: from foreign policy progressives to Ann Coulter, the hardline conservative Trump apostate…
Lucas Kunce, an Afghanistan Marine veteran running for Senate in Missouri, joined Stephanie Ruhle to share how he feels about the latest in Afghanistan as the U.S. troop withdrawal deadline nears and evacuations continue. He slams officials calling for an extension of the Tuesday deadline.
Kunce Continues to Lead the Nation in Grassroots Fundraising Percentages, Shattering Expectations, Paving a Clear and Undeniable Path to Victory
Notably, that haul places Kunce ahead of the democratic nominee – Jason Kander – during the 2016 cycle, when this seat was last up. The key difference is that Kunce is doing over 98% of it with small-dollar donations, shattering expectations and bulldozing a viable path straight to the United States Senate.
Lucas Kunce’s willingness to bluntly call out the vast, systemic dishonesty—regardless of party or rank—received attention and support from every corner of American politics, with millions of people across platforms hearing Lucas’ message.
On Mundo in the Morning, Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Lucas Kunce joined the show to discuss 9/11 and how Wall Street sold out the military over the last 20 years.
The 13-year Marine-turned-Democratic-candidate for Missouri’s open U.S. Senate seat made his rounds on MSNBC last month as the beltway media chronicled the American withdrawal from Kabul and, with it, the end to America’s longest war.
“When you were attacked, Wall Street, we stepped up. You’ve been undermining our national security and betraying us ever since.”
Joy-Ann Reid: “We need more people like you in office. Lucas Kunce — Good Luck. I hope you win.”