Caitlyn Jenner Considers Run for CA Governor as Recall Gets Closer

By TD

April 9, 2021

Olympic hero, reality star, and prominent transgender activist, Caitlyn Jenner is exploring a run for governor of California against Gavin Newsom as the recall against him moves closer to reality. 

Caitlyn Jenner has reportedly been exploring running for Governor of California. Several media outlets are now reporting she is assembling a political team and is being advised by Brad Parscale, who served as campaign manager for former President Trump in 2020. 

Her team also includes Ryan Erwin, a former top official at the California Republican Party, and Harmeet Dhillon, a Republican national committeewoman and San Francisco-based attorney, to serve as general counsel.

Jenner is a Conservative and outspoken Trump supporter. 

“About 5 years ago Caitlyn Jenner started a journey in political advocacy and shocked liberals and the people of Hollywood by coming out as.... A Republican,” Carl DeMaio stated. “The notion that Bruce Jenner was coming out as transgender was the worst kept secret in Hollywood and no one particularly cared, but the fact that she came out as a Republican was something that a lot of people in the liberal media simply could not fathom,” DeMaio continued.

Earlier this week, Governor Newsom announced a reopening date for California and will soon be lifting his draconian lockdown orders and completely eliminating his colored-tier system. One can’t help but think that a looming recall helped him come to these decisions. 

If she runs, Jenner would be a first-time candidate, but would most likely see a lot of early support due to instant name recognition. 

Would Jenner’s support for Trump hurt her chances of winning in California? Listen to Carl explain why might not be the case HERE

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