ALERT! Liberals Now Running as Republicans to Steal Our Votes
The Democrats have no standard when it comes to running for office. There is no low that is too low that they won’t stoop to it just to get their way.
Illinois is a hell hole and honestly, it could get worse. Now, liberals are lying about being Republican just so they can try and steal some votes from the unwitting.
Jesse Sullivan is running for Governor of Illinois as a Republican. So who is this guy?
Jesse Sullivan is a guy who has defended rioting and abortion and founded a left-wing magazine.
According to the Free Beacon,
Sullivan, a political neophyte who ran a San Francisco-based nonprofit before launching his gubernatorial bid in early September, founded the magazine One World in 2006 while a student at St. Louis University. The publication had financial support from left-wing groups like the Center for American Progress, whose Goal Was To “counter the growing influence of right-wing groups on campus.” In the years that followed, One World published articles Dismissing riots in Ferguson, Mo., as the work of “a few troublemakers” amid “an entire crowd.” Four years later, in 2018, the magazine Expressed Support for the “legal right to choose” to have an abortion.
As the state’s gubernatorial primary heats up—three other Republicans have already announced their candidacy, with state senator Darren Bailey considered an early favorite—Sullivan is distancing himself from the magazine as he charts a campaign whose centerpieces include public safety and the right to life.
A Sullivan campaign spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon that the Illinois Republican founded the publication “when he was in college doing humanitarian work,” though Sullivan remained on One World‘s masthead as the magazine’s “visionary” long after his graduation. His campaign says that role came with “zero involvement or editorial oversight.” At the same time, Sullivan appears to have remained involved with the magazine, headlining its 10-year anniversary celebration in 2016. A campaign spokesman said he spoke at the event “as a courtesy.”
“The suggestion that Jesse agrees with the viewpoints of a magazine he has had nothing to do with, is laughable,” Sullivan’s campaign said in a statement. “Let’s get back to the issues at hand and leave the cancel culture to the liberals and political hacks.”
Maybe he’s changed. If so, he’d better come out and say it, because as it stands, this doesn’t look good at all and it should be addressed if he has any hopes of winning over the Republicans.
I think it is possible that he has changed his perspective on these issues, but maybe he hasn’t. I know 15 years ago I believed in some things that I don’t believe in now.
But as I said earlier, if that is the case, he needs to speak on it.