GOP Candidates Ad Infuriates Dems & Has Gone Viral – WATCH

In Missouri, the race for secretary of state is heating up, and one candidate is catching the public’s eye with her bold statements and unique campaign strategies. Valentina Gomez, a 24-year-old real estate investor and Missouri Republican, has recently sparked controversy with a video she posted online.

In the video, Gomez is seen jogging through a neighborhood while wearing a bulletproof vest. She makes a strong statement to her viewers, saying, “In America, you can be anything you want, so don’t be weak and gay. Stay f***ing hard.” The video then shifts to a photo of Gomez holding a rifle, an image that she often shares on her Instagram account.


Originally from Colombia, Gomez is now a contender in the upcoming August 6 GOP primary for Missouri’s secretary of state. The position is currently open as the incumbent, Republican Jay Ashcroft, is running for governor.

Gomez’s campaign has attracted significant attention, not just for her policy proposals but also for her controversial remarks. On her social media, she has voiced strong opinions against what she perceives as threats to children, including certain books in schools. She posted, “When I’m Secretary of State, I will BURN all books that are grooming, indoctrinating, and sexualizing our children.”

Her outspoken nature continued after Instagram removed her video, leading her to compare her experiences to those of former President Donald Trump, claiming she is one of the “most suppressed voices on Instagram.”

Gomez has been vocal about various issues, including her opposition to vaccine mandates and what she refers to as the “transgender agenda.” Her campaign messages often include slogans like “MAGA” and “America First,” and she has made remarks against countries that restrict certain weapons by saying, “don’t be gay.”

The response to her campaign tactics and statements has been received she is far more popular then those running against her.

Liberal radio host John Shannon commented on her use of a bulletproof vest during jogging, suggesting it contradicted her message of strength. Depending upon what neighborhood she’s running through it might be smart.

As the chief elections official role in Missouri approaches, Gomez has proposed significant changes to the electoral system, advocating for the removal of electronic voting machines in favor of hand-counted paper ballots and suggesting the deployment of the National Guard to monitor polling places.

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