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struggle4progress

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Sun Feb 25, 2024, 08:32 PM Feb 25

Candidate for US Representative TX District 19 and 6 January [View all]

by: Shelly Womack
Posted: Feb 25, 2024 / 03:32 PM CST
Updated: Feb 25, 2024 / 03:32 PM CST

... candidate for U.S Representative District 19 Ryan Zink discusses his experience at the Capitol on January 6 and his campaign to challenge Jodey Arrington.

“For the last 1,111 days, I’ve been a political prisoner of the Biden administration due to the January 6 proceedings, where you just don’t stand a chance in Washington, DC, if you are a Republican. Hi, I’m a ten-year native of Lubbock, Texas. I originally came for college and liked it so much that I never left. I decided to run for office after a series of unfortunate events because I think it’s time for a change,” Zink shared ...

“I was at the Capitol on January 6, working for my father’s congressional campaign. And for being a journalist, the Department of Justice turned me into a felon, and they gave me two misdemeanors on top of that. And while I was at the DC Gulag, I was tortured. They put chemicals in my food and stuffed raw chicken inside of my water pipe in retaliation for my talking to my attorneys about the conditions of the facilities. Whenever I approached Jodey Arrington to try to get some help for my case, he chose his career over standing up for the Constitution. And that was the primary reason that I decided to run,” Zink said ...

Zink was convicted of a felony in September for the obstruction of an official proceeding, aiding and abetting, entering and remaining on restricted building grounds, and disorderly and disruptive conduct restricting building grounds ...

https://www.bigcountryhomepage.com/big-country-politics/candidate-for-u-s-representative-district-19-shares-experience-from-january-6-campaign-goals/

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