Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer Thanks President Trump for Clemency of Roger Stone

(Palm Beach, Florida)  Republican Congressional candidate Laura Loomer who is running for Congress in Florida’s 21st Congressional District, home to President and Mrs. Trump, offers her gratitude to President Trump for granting clemency to Russia Hoax victim, Roger Stone.

Laura Loomer said, “I was elated to be by Mr. Stone’s side when he received the call from President Trump.  Democrats engaged in a $32 million-dollar witch hunt against our President and when their narrative of Russian collusion failed, they set aim to take down one of the most effective political strategists in America.  Roger Stone was wronged and now he has the ability to prove his innocence while avoiding prison.”

Karen Giorno, the chief strategist for Laura Loomer For Congress said, “Roger Stone’s clemency draws a line in the sand against Democrat’s abuse of the justice system.  President Trump gave Mr. Stone the ability to fight back against an unjust prosecution while maintaining his freedom and the ability to provide for his family.  It was a compassionate decision and we thank President Trump for his bold action. ”

Loomer added, “The Democrats’ reckless motives were on full display during their taxpayer-funded witch hunt.  As America needed leadership from Congress, they set out on a vindictive spree to take down President Trump and anyone connected with him.  Voters will remember the names of pro-Impeachment Democrats in November, including my opponent Lois Frankel.”

Laura Loomer is leading the race in Florida’s 21st Congressional District and has outraised all candidates in the race for the last three reporting quarters, combined.


Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer Leader Of #TWEXIT Movement, Encourages President Trump To Get On Parler

Republican Congressional candidate Laura Loomer who is running for Congress in Florida’s 21st Congressional District is leading the #TWEXIT movement, encouraging social media users to dump Twitter and get on Parler, a pro-free speech platform.

As one of Parler’s most popular users and one of the first people to ever create an account on Parler in 2018, Loomer says it’s long overdue that Big Tech companies like Twitter and Facebook lose their “Platform” protections and are instead classified as the publishers that they are currently operating as.

The Laura Loomer For Congress campaign @LauraLoomerForCongress is the first federal campaign in US history to open a Parler account. Loomer, who is the “most banned woman in the world” as a result of her high-profile, hard-hitting investigative reports which exposed the radical-left’s agenda, has been de-platformed from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Paypal, all of which are being used by other campaigns across the nation to fundraise, communicate with constituents, and virtually campaign in the era of COVID-19. Loomer’s congressional campaign is the only active campaign in the nation that has been denied access to Twitter.

Despite this clear act of election interference and political bias by Big Tech, Loomer has been outperforming and out-fundraising all of her opponents combined, including 4-term sitting Democrat incumbent Lois Frankel. Loomer has been able to do this by using Parler and Gab.

Loomer became the original, first Twexiter when she was permanently banned from Twitter on November 21, 2018, and warned the world that more censorship would follow, and that she was only the beginning of the bans. Since being banned, there have been daily occurrences around the world of conservatives being silenced by big tech, and Loomer correctly predicted that the severity of the situation would get worse closer to election year.

Loomer said, “Last week Twitter censored the Commander in Chief while allowing for Iranian dictators, jihadist organizations, and ANTIFA domestic terrorists to incite global violence and riots throughout America. Twitter is clearly a publisher that is trying to steal the election for Democrats, and President Trump is correct in calling for their Section 230 protection to be revoked. I am leading the charge to strongly encourage the President of the United States to get off Twitter and get on Parler to ensure uncensored communications with the American people. Until the government takes action against these publishers, the American people will continue to have their speech squelched unless they take the first step towards change by Twexiting and getting Parler.

Karen Giorno, the chief strategist for Laura Loomer For Congress said, “The bedrock of our Constitutional Republic depends upon fair and free elections. Twitter is now directly and intentionally interfering with that sacred process. In order for the American public to make informed decisions, we can’t have a handful of elite, biased content moderators deciding what is and isn’t “acceptable speech”.”

Loomer added, “It is shameful that the current sitting Democrat Congresswoman, my opponent Lois Frankel has spent more time advocating for the Internet rights of the Iranian people than the two most politically censored Americans who reside in her district, myself and President Donald Trump.”

When elected, combatting Big Tech tyranny and political censorship online will be one of the key issues Loomer will fight to fix with her colleagues in Congress, and she has already pledged to use Parler to communicate with her constituents.




(Palm Beach, Florida)  Laura Loomer, Republican candidate for Congress in Florida’s 21st District, home to President and Mrs. Trump, will officially resume campaign activities on June 1st, 2020 as Florida, under Governor DeSantis’ leadership, moves into Phase 2 of the reopening process following the Chinese Virus Pandemic. 

Laura Loomer stated, “My campaign is looking forward to safely resuming campaign activities to win Florida’s 21st Congressional seat.  Governor DeSantis is doing a great job setting an example for the nation’s governors by leading Florida into Phase 2 and ending the lockdown. Just as Florida’s businesses are eager to get back to work and Floridians are waiting in anticipation to venture outside, so are we!”

On March 9th, Laura Loomer for Congress was the first federal campaign in the nation to temporarily halt events and public activities like door knocking due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Loomer instructed volunteers and staff to assist with community needs such as blood drives and mask making for first responders.

Karen Giorno, President Trump’s 2016 Florida State Director and chief strategist for the Loomer campaign commented, “Laura is running against Lois Frankel who advocates for an indefinite shutdown while abdicating her duties with proxy votes in Congress.  Moreover, Frankel is more interested in pushing for easily manipulated absentee voting in November, instead of focusing on rebuilding Florida’s economy.  Florida needs and deserves better, and that’s Laura Loomer.”

In addition to endorsements from Roger Stone, Rep. Paul Gosar, Michelle Malkin, and Judge Jeanine Pirro, Laura Loomer has secured endorsements from Rush Limbaugh’s producer “Bo Snerdley”, Hollywood conservative Chuck Woolery, and comedian Roseanne Barr.

Last month, President Trump retweeted support for Laura Loomer’s campaign, which he has now done twice since Loomer filed to run for Congress in the Mar a Lago district.

Loomer closed by saying, “While my opponent Lois Frankel continues to socially distance herself from the concerns and needs of Florida 21 voters, I’m excited to listen to the voters around the district including 2020 graduates who were forced to have virtual graduations and were robbed of meaningful life milestones. Additionally, Florida 21 small businesses need our help and my campaign will do all that we can to assist their efforts to rebuild while we work to flip this seat red!”




(Palm Beach, Florida)  Laura Loomer, Republican candidate for Congress in Florida’s 21st District, announced that her campaign has raised $204,786 in the 1ST Quarter of 2020, outraising Democrat Incumbent Lois Frankel and her Republican opponents COMBINED for a third time.  Frankel raised only $82,876.  Special interest PAC’s represented 72% of Frankel’s 1st Quarter revenue.

On March 9th, Loomer’s campaign was the first federal campaign in the nation to temporarily halt events and public activities like door knocking due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Loomer instructed volunteers and staff to assist with community needs such as blood drives and mask making for first responders.

Fundraising was deprioritized by the campaign as well in order to shift focus to community assistance.  Despite the shift, Loomer’s campaign reported the largest fundraising total since starting the race for Florida’s 21st Congressional seat.

During this cycle to date, 10,790 donations have been received by the campaign from all 50 states with Florida residents being the top contributors.  The average contribution was $52 proving widespread support among the voting public.

Loomer stated, “We’re doing all that we can to assist residents in the 21st  District.  Palm Beach County is now Florida’s top COVID-19 ‘hot spot’ and we must be vigilant and responsible for ourselves and each other if we are to expedite our recovery and return to normalcy.  While Congresswoman Frankel works to obstruct their efforts, I am confident that under President Trump and Governor DeSantis’s leadership this will happen sooner rather than later.  To assist in these efforts, I will continue to divert campaign resources, staff, volunteers and activities to help all who are in need.”

Karen Giorno, President Trump’s 2016 Florida State Director and chief strategist for the Loomer campaign commented, “I don’t know how Lois Frankel is spending her time at home, but in my career, I’ve never seen a challenger outraise a four-term incumbent by such a massive margin.  Frankel is sitting back, relying on checks from special interests and doing absolutely nothing to prove community support in our district.  It’s insulting.  Is Frankel even running?”

Loomer’s campaign has outraised Democrat incumbent Lois Frankel, as well as all primary challengers combined for the third quarter in a row, making her the undeniable Republican frontrunner despite being shut down by Big Tech on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Paypal.

Giorno continued, “Many of our staff and contractors have agreed to reduced compensation without even being asked out of respect for Laura’s leadership as well as respect for our donors who are going through tough times.  Their selflessness inspired me to max out to the campaign with a $5,600 donation.  I am honored to be a part of this historic and important campaign.”

Loomer’s campaign has contacted supporters through phone, text, email, Telegram, Parler and Gab over 9 million times during the election season with campaign updates, calls-to-action and requests for donations. 

Loomer closed by saying, “During these challenging times, we are reminded now more than ever that elections matter, and strong leadership is essential.  My campaign is committed to winning this Congressional seat, and when I’m elected, I will always people before politics, partisanship and party.”



(PALM BEACH, FLORIDA)  Last Friday, Republican Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer hand-delivered a letter to her Democrat opponent, Congresswoman Lois Frankel, to “set aside partisan differences in order to serve the people of Florida’s 21st Congressional District as well as Americans across the nation during the Coronavirus Pandemic.”

As the Coronavirus makes its way around the nation, tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of Americans remain intentionally banned on social media due to their political or religious beliefs.

Laura Loomer stated, “While government officials, agencies, and healthcare experts are posting updates and life-saving information – including access to food – on social media.  Twitter and Facebook are still denying certain Americans access to this information out of pure political bias.  While Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg are obsessed with ‘community standards and conversational health’ as outlined in their ever changing ‘terms of service’, they are isolating and endangering segments of our population from critical and time sensitive information that will literally save lives and prevent the spread of this virus.”

General Consultant to Laura Loomer for Congress, Karen Giorno stated, “While Americans around the nation are bartering for essential food and supplies, including baby formula and toilet paper on the Facebook marketplace, we can’t ignore that a large part of our citizenry is being shut out of the vital community connection that is taking place on social media, the new digital public square. It’s shamefully irresponsible and unacceptable during this global emergency.

Loomer continued, “As the most banned woman in the world, I know what thousands of other Americans are experiencing.  They are in the dark and have to rely on delayed and often incomplete reports about what’s going on in their own community. They are being denied equal access to information, online payment processors, and food delivery services that are being offered by big tech to Americans who have not been banned and are currently living life under quarantine and mandated social distancing. The banning of conservatives by Big Tech must stop and immediately be reversed during the Coronavirus pandemic.”

Rep. Frankel refused to respond to Loomer’s request for cooperation pressuring Big Tech to lift the bans during the Coronavirus pandemic. In fact, her office staff crumpled up the letter upon receiving it and demanded that Loomer’s deputy campaign manager leave the office. 

In response, Frankel announced a tele-townhall on the Coronavirus threat on her Twitter and Facebook accounts – where individuals banned by Big Tech can’t see her announcement.

To view the letter sent to Lois Frankel, click here.

Laura Loomer is leading the race for Florida’s 21st Congressional District and has outraised all other candidates in the race, combined, including Rep. Frankel, for the last two reporting periods.  Loomer was also the first campaign in the nation to modify election activities to lessen the spread of COVID-19.


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(PALM BEACH, FLORIDA)  On Monday morning, out of concern for the health and safety of campaign volunteers and the residents of Florida’s 21st Congressional District, Republican Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer canceled her petition drive to appear on the primary ballot and will instead pay the filing fee of $10,440 to obtain ballot access.

Laura Loomer stated, “While voter engagement is a passion for me and our campaign volunteers, following the White House and CDC’s recommendations I felt it best to limit the community’s exposure to the Coronavirus in every way that I could.  We’re not placing a single volunteer’s health or community wellness ahead of our campaign goals. ”

General Consultant to Laura Loomer for Congress, Karen Giorno stated, “Our volunteers and staff are healthy, and we plan to stay that way.  Our tactics are changing out of necessity and will not slow down the growth and enthusiasm of this winning campaign.”

Florida’s 21st Congressional District is home to the Trump family and a significant number of Senior Citizens and their health and safety is a priority to the campaign.

In addition to ending the petition drive, the campaign is also temporarily suspending door-knocking activities within the community and shifting voter interaction to home phone banking and online outreach. 

Loomer’s campaign is the undisputed frontrunner in the primary race and has outraised all other opponents in the election combined since announcing her candidacy in August of 2019. 

The first quarter of 2020 is two weeks away and the campaign will be reporting the strong fundraising totals on March 31st.

Loomer emphasized, “Shifting campaign tactics to keep our community of Senior Citizens healthy won’t deter or lessen our effectiveness and I look forward to the sprint to the end as soon as the risk of the Coronavirus passes.” 

Laura Loomer for Congress is the first campaign in the nation to modify election activities to lessen the spread of COVID-19.