Omaha, Nebraska 2021-02-22 22:01:05 –
Cleveland — For Strongsville, Ohio, Republican vote last month for Republican Anthony Gonzalez to blame former President Donald Trump was a betrayal.
“It’s a decisive moment for the Strongsville Republicans, and I don’t think there’s anything coming back from it,” Burns said.
The group unanimously called for Gonzales to resign. Burns likened the former Ohio State University back-eye vote to being in the middle of a match against Michigan. The rest of the game. “
The Strongsville Republican Party has also launched an online petition to Gonzales to resign from his elected post in 2018, when Congressman Jim Renatch left to run for the US Senate.
Gonzales will undoubtedly face major challenges next year. On Monday, Politico emphasized returning to northeastern Ohio for former Trump White House aide Max Miller to prepare for the first match against Gonzales. Miller is the grandson of the late Sam Miller, a Cleveland philanthropist and longtime political power broker who died in 2019.
Mr Burns said he heard from some of the potential major challengers, but believes that Miller, who worked with him at the White House, is in the best position to win the president’s support.
“From some of the president’s interactions with Max Miller, he’s a close friend of the president, and you wouldn’t be surprised to see him come out and support Max. Even if he’s involved. “I don’t think I can find myself in a complex primary,” Burns said.
Gonzales, who rejected multiple interview requests on the matter, said in a dispatch podcast that his vote was one of his consciences and history is the final decision.
“You need to love your country and keep your vows stronger than your job,” Gonzales said. “In the short term, you may lose your seat or not come back, but in the long history, I think it was the right vote and I think you’re sending the right message.”
This article was written by John Kosich WEWS.
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