Linn supports Trump, tough cops, immigration moratorium

Linn supports Trump, tough cops, immigration moratorium

To our readers, The COVID-19 pandemic is a once-in-a-century type story, … Click here to continue Independent Max Linn argues that front-runners for U.S. Senate Susan Collins and Sara Gideon represent the establishment and big corporate interests, but sees himself as a potentially powerful voice in American politics. Linn, who has run before as a Republican in 2018, is in many ways a conservative. He supports Donald Trump for president, argues a five-year moratorium is needed on all immigration, and says he is 100% behind police and the second amendment. He also argues that Washington, D.C. is too tied to big corporate interests and the biggest corporations should be broken up to reduce their power in politics. He strongly opposes bailouts of large corporations. He also supports term limits. He said his background as a financial planner makes him the voice of fiscal responsibility and makes him better qualified for the job than not only the other candidates but most Senators and Representatives. On the issue of the pandemic, he argues against the government shutting down businesses and collapsing the economy to prevent spread of the illness. He argues this is not a communist nation, and that governors have taken on more power than they have in shutting things down. “We’re wiping out small businesses,” he said. “…One size doesn’t fit all.” He said he would not defund police and if anything, they need more funding. “The police are what separate civil society from the jungle,” he said. “…I’ll […]

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