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Roger Stone was one of the first prominent Republican strategists to throw his support behind Donald Trump’s presidential run, at least until Trump ended their official relationship in August 2015 by saying his campaign adviser “no longer serves a useful function” and criticizing him as a “publicity seeker.”
Fast forward a couple of years, and Stone still is backing candidates who have extremely limited political experience.
Responding to a question from GOP consultant Patrick Slevin about U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis’s plan to run for governor of Florida, Stone pivoted to talk about the state’s U.S. Senate race, where Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is up for reelection this year. Rick Scott, Florida’s current governor who cannot run for that office again because of the state’s term-limit rules, is thought to be considering a run at Nelson’s seat, but Stone is hoping Scott loses in the primary … to noted statesman Hulk Hogan.
originally posted by: jonnywhite
Jesse Ventura did it. Arnold Swarzennegar. Who else? If it happens, I'm not surprised. Just don't vote for them.
In Idiocracy, it was intentional most parts of it reflected on modern reality, not on a distant one--like the influence of corporations, the popularity of soft drinks, entertainment addiction and the obesity crisis.
the media will frown and condemn any outsider from running. me, i love it. i want all these old guys out of office for good.