90 Miles From Tyranny : Florida's Turncoat Democrat Representative Charlie Crist’s conservative Latina challenger pulls no punches in defense of Second Amendment

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Florida's Turncoat Democrat Representative Charlie Crist’s conservative Latina challenger pulls no punches in defense of Second Amendment









Anna Paulina Luna is a “proud conservative latina” running to unseat Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist in Florida’s 13th congressional district.

While her announcement was made in September 2019, the impeachment circus dominated the mainstream news cycle, denying oxygen to any story that didn’t directly contribute to President Donald Trump’s downfall. As such, it’s possible that many people may have never heard of Luna, though she is looking to change that.

She is an Air Force veteran who is unashamed of her conservative principles and heritage and she’s already been endorsed by Matt Gaetz, who she describes as “one of the fiercest voices currently fighting in DC.”

Her backstory is not one of being born into a family of politicos and groomed for the position. Instead, she tells a different tale; one of tragedy, perseverance, and determination.

“Where I grew up, kids couldn’t just leave. We had to fight our way out. My grandmother died of heroin use,” she admits. “My family fought addiction; many of them ended up homeless. But my mom, she’s my real hero. She raised three kids through a string of abusive relationships and still put herself through law school. That’s fight.”

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Luna’s fight to get out led her to the Air Force where she graduated basic training at the top of her class, was elected president of the Airman’s Council and met her husband, who received a Purple Heart after being wounded in Afghanistan.

It was at this point that Luna realized she needed to get involved. She has voiced her full-throated support for President Trump and securing the border as step one of her immigration plan, which is enough to make her an enemy of the progressive left, no matter her...

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3 comments:

  1. My wonderful wife is a Latina from Colombia. Latin women are strong fighters for what they believe. I think the word his head strong when my wife and I discuss it. This can only be a positive for the conservative cause in Florida. Good luck to her. And while I don't like "identity politics" there's something to be said for the groups who will find her appealing. Conservative, Latinos and women. Kind of got the trifecta thing in her corner there.

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  2. I'd move down to Tampa just to vote for her. Tough, no nonsense, literate - what more could you ask for?

    Joe

    https://theviewfromladylake.blogspot.com/

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    1. And she doesn't "identify" as LatinX. Huge bonus.

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