Nearly every candidate running for office who has espoused anything related to QAnon has backed away from talking about the group in recent months, but not Mike Cargile. The Republican candidate for CA-35 is not embarrassed about wanting to end child sex slavery, fight the Deep State, or support President Trump, which is why he sees no problem in what QAnon discusses.
In this interview for Freedom Discourse, he and JD discussed strategies he’s using to make a deep blue California district see the light and realize that voting for him is a way for residents to vote for their own prosperity.
The district itself is one that should be perfect for Republicans. With about a 60/40 split between Hispanic and Caucasian voters, the area is largely socially conservative. But more importantly, around 80% of them are homeowners who do not agree with the rioting around the nation. They believe in individual rights, property protection, and a government that will leave them to their own business. Unfortunately, the Republican message has not been properly transmitted over the years to Hispanic voters. Cargile hopes to change that this election cycle.
In 2020, strange things are happening. But with people like Mike Cargile leading the charge to convince Hispanic voters of how his Republican values will benefit them more than his opponent’s radical leftist views, we could see CA-35 flip red.