Kandiss Taylor Says No to Corrupt Money, and Roger Stone Says Yes to Kandiss

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Kandiss Taylor just received an endorsement from former Trump adviser Roger Stone. This, just after she turns down a bribe to get her to drop out of the gubernatorial race.

A little over a week ago, former Trump campaign manager Roger Stone, who has also worked on the campaigns of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, Bob Dole and George W. Bush, gave his official endorsement to grassroots Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor. Below is what Stone said in his statement, which can also be viewed on video here:

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“When it comes to the race for Governor of Georgia, well I like Kandiss Taylor. You see, Kandiss Taylor is the real deal, a real grassroots conservative activist, someone who will put Georgia first, someone who will put the Georgia taxpayers first. Remember this, the candidate that wins is not always the candidate with the most money or the biggest endorsements. The candidate that wins is the one who really believes in their message and will fight for you. And in this race, that’s Kandiss Taylor.”

Former Trump Adviser Roger Stone Image Credit: Slate.com

Taylor took to YouTube to respond, saying that “[Stone] is a Patriot and a fighter and we’re so excited to have his support in his campaign and he has been so helpful, encouraging me and telling me ways to win without spending a ton of money, because we’re a grassroots campaign.”

In the video, Taylor also went on to warn the political establishment that she cannot be bought off. She has been offered large sums of money on several occasions to get out of the gubernatorial race. Most recently, she has been experiencing pressure from GOP state members and other players in the political spectrum to run for school superintendent in Georgia instead.

Taylor responded, saying that getting out of the gubernatorial race is not an option for her. “I’m a fighter, I’m not weak, I’m not for sale. So don’t come at me offering me money to get me out of this race, or a backroom deal, or another seat, because that’s a hard no,” Taylor warned the political establishment. “I’m not running for anything except governor, because God put it on my heart, and because the will of the people is for me to run. God is going to do a miracle, because we’ll outwork them all. And when we win, we’re going to give this whole state [of Georgia] back to the people.”

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Taylor also addressed pressure she has experienced from others in the political realm, who suggested that she should stop using the term “Jesus” as part of her message and platform. She made it clear that her message is not changing. “If you don’t believe in Jesus, that’s fine. I’m not making you believe in anything or anyone.” Taylor explained. “But what I’m going to do is tell you who I am, so you’re not mistaken. So that when you go to vote, you know that I have a relationship with Jesus, I’m not compromising on that, and I’m going to do what’s right.”

Who is Roger Stone?

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Roger Stone is in a unique position to appreciate a freedom fighter and Constitutional loyalist such as Kandiss Taylor. Stone was unjustly sentenced to prison back in May 2020 for obstructing a scandal that was fabricated to begin with. Stone had been found guilty of lying to congressional investigators about his communications with WikiLeaks and tampering with a witness. Basically, he was accused of attempting to interfere with the Department of Justice’s investigation into the fictious Trump-Russia collusion scandal. Similar traps were set for other Trump staffers such as General Flynn, which has been revealed through unsealed FBI emails and handwritten notes.

Of course, what we know now, thanks to numerous other declassified documents, is that the Trump-Russia collusion scandal was all a hoax concocted by former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Declassified notes from former CIA Director John Brennan reveal President Obama also had knowledge of Clinton’s plans to create this scandal to distract the American people from her own email scandal. Special counsel John Durham has spent the past year or so investigating, and arresting the people involved in the creation of the famous Steele Dossier that published false information to cast suspicion on former president Donald Trump.  

Durham’s most recent court filing took place just a few days ago on Friday, February 12. According to the Daily Caller, as well as other sources such as Daily Mail and Washington Times, the Clinton campaign paid tech experts who “exploited” the servers at Trump Tower, along with the White House, in an attempt to tie Trump to Russia.

Back in 2020, it was reported that the witness that Stone supposedly tampered with made a plea to the judge requesting that Stone not be sent to prison. Still, Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison but President Trump commuted his sentence so he did not have to serve any time.

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange: Explained

And what about Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who Stone was tied to in his criminal case? Assange has been held in various forms of detention in multiple countries since 2010 for exposing potential high-level crimes committed by political establishment players such as Clinton, by creating a the Wikileaks platform to publish leaks from whistleblowers. Many consider what Assange does to be true journalism, but the Washington establishment referred to it as “espionage,” and responded by making sure Assange was silenced.

However, Assange continues to fight, just as Stone had to do. According to an article from news outlet KHOU 11, just a few weeks ago the High Court in London ruled in Assange’s favor, by allowing him to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court on a case that would possibly authorize Assange’s extradition to the United States to stand trial for espionage charges.

Kandiss Taylor’s Painstaking Fight for Change

Kandiss Taylor says that come hell or high water, the people of Georgia will get a choice that will not bend their knee to the establishment. “That will happen on May 24. The people of Georgia will get a choice that is not bought off.”

For more information on the campaign or to become a volunteer, or to interview Taylor yourself, please contact Kandiss Taylor’s campaign scheduler, Christi Maude. Her email is CHRISTI.maude@yahoo.com and her phone number is 912 312 4091.

For more information about Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor online, please visit www.kandisstaylor.com.

One response to “Kandiss Taylor Says No to Corrupt Money, and Roger Stone Says Yes to Kandiss”

  1. […] her to where she is now: running for the governor of Georgia and refusing backroom deals and saying no to payday offers that proposition her to step out of the race for governor and run for another seat instead. In a […]

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