StatementKnaggs Interviews with One America News

July 7, 20200
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Glen Allen, VA- Andrew Knaggs, Green Beret, Trump appointee, and Republican for Congress, interviewed with One America News covering topics like recent violence in major cities and recent events on the campaign trail.

During the interview, Knaggs stated that he agreed with the charges that are being placed on individuals that have vandlaized statues and store fronts. These charges have been brought by the Justice Department and Attorney General Barr.

“We understand that we cannot return to normalcy until there is order brought back to our streets,” said Knaggs. “This next election is about law and order.”

Knaggs was also asked about the issues that he has found to be the most important in the eyes of voters on the campaign trail. Knaggs went on to discuss issues like the economy, jobs, national security, especially concerning China, and immigration.

“China looms large in everybody’s view right now. People are concerned about holding China responsible for what has happened this year involving the virus, but also in terms of the cheating and things they have done with respect to manufacturing.”

Knaggs also stated that the people of the 7th District want to send a conservative leader to Congress that will stand up to Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats.

“They want people who have the courage to stand up against Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the Democratic machine. That is what I bring to the table.”

Tyler Spencer

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