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25-Year-Old MAGA Candidate’s Campaign Video Goes Viral: ‘Don’t Be Weak And Gay’



25-year-old GOP candidate for Missouri Secretary of State Valentina Gomez has sparked online attention with a new campaign video.

The widely circulated footage has also prompted backlash from some on social media because of its introductory message: “In America, you can be anything you want, so don’t be weak and gay.”

Conservatives swiftly showed support for Gomez and her video following its release. “Love this woman,” Laura Loomer posted.

“Don’t be weak and gay 2024,” Hodgetwins wrote, prompting another user to say, “Finally a slogan I can support.”

Gomez, a former D1 swimmer at Tulane University and current real estate investor, asserted her alignment with President Trump’s mission to reclaim the nation from what she described as the Biden-Harris administration’s perceived weaknesses.

“President Trump and I are leading the charge to take our country back from the weak and gay Biden-Harris administration that has destroyed our nation,” she told the Daily Caller in an exclusive statement.

Gomez also emphasized her commitment to ensuring a transparent electoral process in Missouri, expressing anticipation for Trump’s endorsement.

“I look forward to accepting his endorsement so I can ensure a free and fair election to the people of Missouri, where dead people and illegals will never be voting,” she affirmed.

Gomez dismissed the legal challenges against Trump as groundless. Then pledged her readiness to vocalize support and provide defense against what she characterized as an unjust legal restriction. 

“All of these cases against President Trump are baseless and if he is facing jail time for defending our freedoms and constitution, I am ready to speak the truth and defend him from this unconstitutional gag order from a compromised judge in the biggest election interference case in history,” she asserted.

Gomez, who self describes herself as a MAGA candidate, expressed her campaign’s overarching objective: “Running so [she] can give the people their freedoms back.” 

When asked to cite instances of perceived weakness and homosexuality by modern day leaders, Gomez swiftly listed off prominent political figures like “Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Zelenskyy, [and] George Bush.” 

Gomez proffered advice on avoiding such perceived weaknesses. “Put God First, Pray, workout, and I do recommend listening to Dr. Jordan B Peterson as well as Andrew & Tristan Tate. Also, get your testosterone levels up,” she conveyed to the Daily Caller.

The outlet noted that as Gomez gears up for the GOP primary on August 6, she faces a competitive field of eight opponents. 

A February poll conducted by Remington Research showed Gomez had garnered 10 percent support, trailing slightly behind front-runner Denny Hoskins at 12 percent. 

The race remains fluid, however, with over half of the poll’s respondents undecided.

Gomez’s campaign team remains resolute, asserting that their internal polling paints a different picture despite these numbers. The team declared to Daily Caller that Gomez leads in all their polls.

Gomez has garnered internet attention with some of her other videos, which typically portray her working out and being active alongside guns and MAGA gear.

“Valentina Gomez, a Missouri Republican running for secretary of state, has triggered liberals with her videos,” wrote one user. “I’m here for it. Let the meltdown continue.”

In another video Gomez states “My life is a testament of putting God First,” adding, “… we have a country to save.”

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