This afternoon, CPAC attendees voted for the person they would choose to be the next Republican Presidential candidate if the election were held today.
President Donald Trump got a whopping 62% of the vote from the CPAC attendees. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who did not attend the conservative gathering, got 20% of the vote. But it was the relatively unknown billionaire businessman from Michigan, Perry Johnson, whose never held a political office, stunned the pundits when he took third place in the poll ahead of the former S. Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and former Vice President Mike Pence.
Here’s a closeup of the top vote-getters, which shows Perry Johnson taking 5% of the votes and former S. Carolina Governor Nikki Haley coming in fourth place with only 3% of the vote.
Johnson tweeted about his incredible third-place victory, where he was a “WRITE IN” candidate who beat out a crowd of well-known Republican candidates, including former VP Mike Pence and the current, popular Republican governor of Virginia, Glenn Youngkin.
I am honored to have placed third as a write-in candidate @CPAC, earning the votes of conservatives with my common sense #TwoCents Plan! We CAN keep the American Dream alive, reignite the economy and tame runaway inflation, and that is exactly what I intend to do. https://t.co/a9COwJoBqf
— Perry Johnson (@PJQualityGuru) March 4, 2023
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I spoke with some of Johnson’s campaign staff who said the billionaire politician spent the past two days “working the crowds” and “speaking with as many CPAC guests as possible” about his plan to put America back on track, with an eye on reducing the deficit and stopping inflation.
During his speech, Perry Johnson told the CPAC crowd that he’s “probably too conservative” for them, adding that he is “pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-family, pro-freedom and anti-China!”
ICYMI: My speech at @CPAC yesterday really fired up the crowd! And do you know why? Because with my #TwoCents Plan to Save America, we’ll #FireBiden, tame runaway inflation, and make life affordable for Americans once again.
Watch my speech below! ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/sAiu7hzW3J
— Perry Johnson (@PJQualityGuru) March 3, 2023
The successful billionaire businessman recently released a new book, “Two Cents to Save America,” which outlines a comprehensive plan to save the American economy. Johnson’s book is available on Amazon.
In case you missed it, Johnson ran an impressive “Quality Guru” ad during the Super Bowl promoting his bid for the next GOP presidential candidate:
My Super Bowl ad is here! Have you seen it? My #TwoCent plan to save America from @JoeBiden & @AOC's reckless spending is simple. Our fat, bloated gov't is making everyday living unaffordable, but if we cut just 2% of our discretionary spending, our nation will be back on track! pic.twitter.com/QAq9HKIRoI
— Perry Johnson (@PJQualityGuru) February 14, 2023
“Quality guru” and successful billionaire businessman Perry Johnson, who resides in Michigan, was a frontrunner in the 2022 GOP primary race for MI governor until he was disqualified after it was discovered that his required nominating petition contained fraudulent signatures. Johnson, one of the top two candidates in the race, was one of five Republicans whose nominating petitions had fraudulent signatures.
Unfortunately, his campaign strategist John Yob, who’s been in the business for decades, hired a felon with a previous record of obtaining fake signatures for candidates to gather signatures for Johnson’s campaign. John Yob is currently serving as Perry Johnson’s presidential campaign strategist.
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Michigan’s dirty Democrat SOS Jocelyn Benson’s Bureau of Elections, headed by Jonathan Brater, knew about the fraudulent signatures for quite some time but waited until it was too late for the campaign to gather replacement signatures before informing the campaigns of the issue.