There’s been a call in recent years to see new faces. For the longest time, we’d see the same old politicians throwing their hats in the ring. And as a result, nothing changed. Just look at some of the Democrats who have made a career out of being in Congress.
As the 2022 midterms approach, we’re finally starting to see some new faces. There’s just one problem – most of them are certifiably insane.
We had a woman in Oklahoma who crashed a tween slumber party and threw up everywhere. We had a man in South Dakota who tweeted about masturbating to Governor Kristi Noem, and now we have Gary Chambers, an ordained minister who might be the craziest of them all.
First of all, you’d have to be crazy if you can go up against Republican Senator John Kennedy and win. But that’s not going to stop Gary Chambers – a man from Louisiana who openly smokes marijuana and burns Confederate flags.
If Chambers is going for the shock factor with his campaign, he has most certainly succeeded. He’s getting a few good laughs, but is he really who we want in Congress? Absolutely not.
We have enough crazy from the Democratic Party. We don’t need another one, especially not one who is high as a kite on a regular basis. Though, it’s likely that members of the Squad are already circling his boat. They’d love to have this level of insanity alongside them – and on the Senate side, no less.
The Senate candidate actually spoked a blunt in one of his latest ads. A video titled “Scars and Bars” had Chambers wearing a camo jacket. He pinned a Confederate flag to a clothesline and set it on fire. He, then, recited the Declaration of Independence’s line about “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”
All men are created equal – it’s what makes our nation the great place that it is. And those who don’t believe in equality haven’t been looking close enough.
Ahh, but wait until you hear Chambers’ argument. He believes that there are “remnants of the Confederacy” still lingering, particularly in the south. It’s why he wants to do something about the restrictive voting laws.
If there were truly remnants of the Confederacy in the south, we wouldn’t see so many people of color in prominent positions. And as for the voting laws, there’s nothing restrictive about asking people to produce an ID so that they can vote – and countless polls have been done to show that Americans on both sides of the political line don’t see a problem with asking for an ID.
“Our system isn’t broken. It’s designed to do exactly what it’s doing, which is producing measurable inequity.” Yet, he can’t actually point to the inequity – and that’s because what Chambers and many other Democrats are doing is creating a divide within the nation.
There are plenty of people of color who have risen to power in the U.S., either within the government or within Corporate America.
The Democratic candidates just keep getting crazier. All they’re demonstrating is that voting for them would lead to the destruction of America. Where is the morality anymore? It’s as if they are trying to prove that they don’t even have a moral compass.
Chambers cites some of the poor rankings that Louisiana has in the video that is posted to his website. He announces that “Louisiana is long overdue for a new vision and stronger leadership.” He might be right, but it can’t possibly be him that delivers. He should take his blunt-smoking behind out of the running now.