Early-Bird Signs

Signs and campaigns: they’re kind of a necessary evil, especially for low budget campaigns. If somebody like me doesn’t attract campaign money from billionaires and special interests, especially those interests that are, effectively or concretely, helping China (and other countries) try to put America into globalist serfdom or 2nd World status, then that’s another reason why my campaign is not going to have as much campaign dough as a globalist sell-out like Adam Smith.

By the way, helping China defeat America through the kind of stuff reportedly outlined in “Red Handed,” the new book by Peter Schweizer, should be classified as unlawful, if it’s not already, and that includes sedition and treason. “Red Handed” should be required reading for all Americans, and I haven’t even read it, yet, but heard a lot about it, so no wonder why I’m having a tough time getting certain contributions to my Congressional campaign; after all, I’m for saving America.

As for signs, yes, I’ll need them. It’s a good low-budget way to campaign. A candidate with less than $5000 definitely needs signs. I’m thinking about putting them up earlier than usual this year, for the Primary, from Bellevue to Federal Way.

SOME POLITICIANS, SOME BIG TECH EXECUTIVES, ET AL., CAUGHT “RED-HANDED.” I’LL BE GETTING THE BOOK SOON.