Veterans for Trump issues a round of 2024 endorsements on Memorial Day
PRESS RELEASE :
Congressmen Andrew Clyde , Cory Mills and Ralph Norman have been endorsed by the Vets group as has Jay Block for New Mexico state senate announced Stan Fitzgerald.
Veterans for Trump president Stan Fitzgerald announced four endorsements on Memorial Day.
Congressman Andrew Clyde is a combat veteran. After earning his commission from the University of Notre Dame, he served as an U.S. Navy officer for 28 years, which included three combat deployments to Kuwait and Iraq where he served with Veterans for Trump national spokesman Admiral Charles Kubic. Clyde is also known for defeating the IRS in court with a ruling his money was wrongfully seized and as a member of congress led a successful charge to reform federal civil asset forfeiture law. Clyde was one of the twenty members who held out on confirming speaker McCarthy until historic concessions were made.
“When there is a matter of justice to be served you can find Rep Clyde fighting for us , it has been an honor getting to know the congressman these last few years he is doing great work for Georgia and this nation” said Stan Fitzgerald VFAF national president.
Congressman Cory Mills was a Trump appointee to the Pentagon as a Department of Defense (DoD) advisor, and a foreign policy expert. Mills has endorsed Donald Trump for 2024 President. Mills has nearly 7-years of service in Iraq, approximately 2-years in Afghanistan, served in the Kosovo Campaign in 2000 . He served with the 82nd Airborne Division and was a member of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) 20 in Iraq. Mills was struck twice in 2006, once with an improvised explosive device (IED) and once with an Iranian explosively formed projectile (EFP), which resulted in numerous casualties.
“Rep Mills continues to fight for our active military and veterans, he has made himself accessible to our organization and is a strong conservative leader for Florida and this nation” said Angie Wong Veterans for Trump national media rep and Florida VFAF state chapter president.
Commissioner Jay Block retired from the Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel. Block served in numerous nuclear weapons assignments to include Minuteman III (MMIII) ICBM maintenance officer and an ICBM launch officer where he was hand-selected to test launch a MMIII missile in 2001. Block volunteered to serve in Afghanistan from 2005-06, where he commanded and organized numerous humanitarian missions for the Afghan people.
“Commissioner Block has been an advocate for a secure border and toured the border at night with our organization facing the threat of sniper fire from the cartel members across the river in the tree lines. He has done outstanding work for the people of New Mexico as county commissioner and would be an outstanding state senator” said attorney Jared Craig and Veterans for Trump national ambassador.
Congressman Ralph Norman was one of the one of the twenty members who held out on confirming speaker McCarthy until historic concessions were made. Rep Norman has served with several organizations dedicated to improving the community, including the York County Home Builders Association, the Children’s Attention Home, the Salvation Army, and the Medical University of South Carolina Board of Visitors. . Throughout his political career in the South Carolina House of Representatives and the U.S. House of Representatives, he has consistently voted in favor of limited government, individual liberties, and sound financial policies. “Ralph Norman is one tough hombre” said Steve Bannon on 5-13-23 at CRA leadership conference Virginia.
“Congressman Norman is the type of courageous leader we desperately need right now in our country. It is with great enthusiasm and total confidence we endorsed him for his 2024 re-election campaign” said Mallory Staples Veterans for Trump national ambassador.