A Republican US Senate candidate's campaign video calling on supporters to hunt members of the GOP considered disloyal by its right-wing was removed from Facebook and Instagram.

Eric Greitens called on supporters to go RINO hunting, referring to Republicans in name only, a term regularly used by former President Donald Trump to describe his critics within the party.

"I'm Eric Greitens, Navy SEAL, and today we're going RINO hunting," says Greitens, who resigned as Missouri governor in 2018 after a series of scandals. He then pumps his shotgun.

Which was posted to Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram, a group of armed men dressed as Navy SEALS then break down the door of a home and enter it with their guns drawn as dramatic music plays.

Greitens follows them inside and says, "Join the MAGA crew, get a RINO hunting permit, there's no bagging limit, no tagging limit, and it doesn't expire until we save our country."

A spokesperson for Meta told BuzzFeed News the video was removed from Facebook and Instagram "for violating our policies prohibiting violence and incitement.

The video, which was posted around 9:30 a.m. ET, was still accessible on YouTube and Twitter on Monday afternoon.

Adam Kinzinger, a Republican who is serving on the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, shared a letter he received that made threats to kill him, his wife, and their young child. 

"There's violence in the future, I’m going to tell you," Kinzinger said Sunday on ABC's This Week. "Until we get a grip on telling people the truth, we can't expect any differently."

Greitens resigned as governor in 2018 amid allegations that he took a nude picture of his former hairdresser, who he was having an affair with, and threatened to blackmail her with it.