Texas Republican congressman and former Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw launched a new campaign ad on Friday that he describes as “Mission Impossible meets The Avengers.”

“Your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to save Texas,” a narrator with a British accent tells Crenshaw before boarding a plane.

“To do so, you must recruit an exceptional team of congressional candidates,” the narrator says. “The nation’s future is dependent upon your success.”

Crenshaw then makes a journey across Texas, meeting with Republican congressional candidates such as Wesley Hunt and Beth Van Duyne. At the end of the ad, Crenshaw and five other Republicans walk down an airstrip, with an explosion going on behind the group. 

The short film, "Texas: Reloaded," is described as the “greatest joint campaign ad ever.” 

Crenshaw, 36, has represented Texas’ 2nd congressional district, which includes parts of Houston, since January 2019. He won a midterm election in 2018 to succeed retiring Republican Texas Congressman Ted Poe.

Crenshaw is pro-life and is in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act. He has defended President Donald Trump’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Crenshaw is currently up for reelection against Democrat Sima Ladjevardian, an Iranian-American attorney and social justice activist based in Houston.

Ladjevardian, a cancer survivor, has attacked Crenshaw over his opposition to the Affordable Care Act. She has also been endorsed by Democratic nominee Joe Biden. 

Crenshaw has an extremely strong fundraising advantage over Ladjevardian. The Cook Political Report rates Texas’ 2nd district as “Likely Republican.”