Annandale, Minnesota (CNN) — Jim Graves strolled down Main Street in his pressed shirt with French cuffs and skinny jeans, a dapper enigma in a land of flannels and Wranglers. He stuck out his hand to introduce himself to a ruffian in a wheelchair scooter.
The two talked politics before the stranger confessed he’s an anarchist who believes Americans should be allowed to kill three people a day. “That would take care of the idiots REALLLLLL fast,” the man said with a chuckle.
Not the typical conversation for a millionaire hotel magnate, who’s more prone to discuss bed-sheet thread count than shooting folks. But when people know you’re running for Congress, apparently no topic is off limits. A bit exasperated, Graves wished the man well and quickly departed.
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