Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Jordan Endorse Rival GOP Candidates

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Republican Reps Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Jordan have endorsed rival Republican candidates in a swing central Florida district. Both endorsements, Jordan for Mills and Greene for Sabatini came on Monday. Currently, the district is held by Democrat Rep. Stephanie Murphy who was first elected in 2016.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Mills is an Iraq and Afghanistan veteran and Bronze Star recipient who went on to found a consulting firm and was appointed by former President Donald Trump to a Pentagon position.

“Cory Mills has been a leader on the battlefield, and a successful business owner. He has rescued Americans in Afghanistan, and he will take on the radical left in Congress. We need Cory Mills in Washington now more than ever to stand for freedom,” Jordan said in a statement.

Sabatini is a state representative and a member of the Florida Army National Guard.

“We do not need more spineless politicians infesting the Swamp who will bend their knee to Pelosi’s orders. I need more allies like Anthony Sabatini,” Greene said in a statement. “He isn’t afraid to take on the establishment. He stopped vaccine passports in the state. He is 100 percent pro-life and pro-Second Amendment. He believes in the America First agenda. He supports building the wall. He is the leader for election integrity in Florida and demanding an audit of the election results. And, he has agreed to support my efforts to impeach Joe Biden.”

While Florida’s 7th district is held by a Democrat, its included in the counties being redistricted which is being led by Republicans.



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Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 month ago

No comment due to excessive censorship.

vladimir
vladimir
1 month ago
Reply to  Gene Ralno

IF Americans stop telling the truth then libby snow flake moderators will not have hurt feelings and censor us .

Henry Penrose
1 month ago

May the best candidate win. Probably, I would give the edge to the candidate endorsed by a fellow Floridian, but either is better than any Democrat.

Alan
Alan
1 month ago

Whichever Repub is picked to run, all must get together behind that candidate. The Dems must go!

vladimir
vladimir
1 month ago
Reply to  Alan

Americans need to be careful when globalists run their demonrat/rinos as republicans .

Michael Wisley
Michael Wisley
1 month ago

When president trump comes back we should deport anyone that has voted Democrat in the last 12 years anyone have anyone that voted for Barack Obama and on that voted Democrat should be deported to their choice of China North Korea Venezuela or Cuba and not ever be allowed back in the United States then they will have the communism that they love

vladimir
vladimir
1 month ago
Reply to  Michael Wisley

Exchange 100 libby snow flake sheep for 1 illegal criminal invader voter until there are 0 libby snow flake sheep in the USA .

Gardener fixer
Gardener fixer
1 month ago

when you rig elections, such as through gerrymandering, the lunatics will run the asylum. Once elected, they can do whatever they want because the voters cannot vote them out. they’ve been gerrymandered in permanently for the next decade or longer. No more flip-flopping between Democrats and Republicans in your legislature.

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