Laura Loomer has been a fearless independent journalist for several years. Today, she announced that she’s jumping into the political arena.
She spoke out against Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) before either one of them was elected into Congress. Her warnings about the first two Muslim women running for Congress were deemed “hate speech,” by the left. Social media giants like Facebook and Twitter responded by banning her from their platforms.
When leftists hosted a Shakespeare in the Park series that featured an actor dressed like Donald Trump playing “Caeser” who was stabbed to death on stage by “a gang of minorities,” Laura Loomer jumped up on the stage and demanded they stop the gruesome mock murder of our President. We’d show you the video, but YouTube has banned Loomer from their platform.
She’s been banned from Facebook, Twitter, Paypal, YouTube, GoFundMe and Venmo, but the unapologetic activist is charging forward with her plans to unseat Rep. Lois Frankel (D).
Today, Loomer announced she’s running for United States Congress as a Republican in Florida’s 21st District. The 21st is a blue district in Palm Beach County.
In her statement announcing her candidacy, Loomer slams her opponent, Democrat Congresswoman Lois Frankel, who ran unopposed in 2018. “My opponent cares far more about radical leftist special interests, her anti-Semitic colleagues, and protecting illegal aliens from deportation than about her district and constituents here in Florida, who she’s supposed to be working for, not against,” Loomer states in her statement announcing her bid.
President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence is located in the 21st District of Florida.
Karen Giorno is the real deal. Anyone dismissing Laura Loomer's run as "stunt" might be surprised….. https://t.co/fFsQYpBlNe
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 2, 2019
Donate HERE to Loomer’s campaign.
What do you think about Loomer’s decision to run for Congress? Do you think she has a chance, given that almost every social media outlet has banned her for “hate speech?”