In a stunning announcement, Mark McCloskey, the Missouri attorney who made national headlines for defending his home from protestors confirmed he will be running for Senate.
Mcloskey said he wants to “defend the people of Missouri the same way he defended his home.”
“God came knocking on my door disguised as an angry mob. It really did wake me up,” said McCloskey. “As I campaigned for [Donald Trump], and we’ve continued to do rallies and events supporting our constitutional rights, what I’ve learned is that the people are sick and tired of cancel culture – and the poison of critical race theory and the big lie of systemic racism.”
McCloskey said his political desires have more to do with making a difference than partisan affiliation. “People are sick of it, they don’t want any more posers or egotists going to D.C. All we hear is talk. Nothing ever changes,” said the attorney.
“If we don’t stand up now and take this country back, it’s going away,” he said. “We used to talk about the erosion of our civil liberties… [S]ince [the Biden] administration took over there has been the wholesale slaughter of our civil liberties and institution of what can’t be called anything but socialism.”
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