Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee released a new video Friday ahead of his expected presidential announcement. The video, "Nailed Shut," contrasts his administration with the Clintons'.
The video also features b-roll from a 55-minute ISIS propaganda video, "Flames of War," which was professionally made and features graphic content that includes the mass execution of a group of men who fall into a ditch.
The b-roll is featured in the video as Huckabee talks about the differences between good and evil and how he would lead with "moral clarity" in a dangerous world.
Huckabee's not the first Republican candidate to use the footage in a video; last year, an ad from then Senate candidate Tom Cotton about his military experience and national security issues also used the footage as b-roll.
Huckabee is expected to announce his presidential campaign May 5 in his hometown of Hope, Arkansas.