Questions & Answers
Q1: As Governor of Virginia, how do you plan to bridge the gap between the people of Virginia, being that there is such a huge division?
Q2: What is your stance on the second amendment? How do you plan on keeping Virginian’s safe from gun violence?
I don't believe there is “gun violence”, the gun is just a tool used. What we do have is an issue of violence, mostly created by the policies put in place by career corrupt politicians to oppress the people, turning them into criminals, forcing them to act in a way that otherwise they would not.
Q3: What are your thoughts and feelings about career politicians? Why do you think you will be different?
Q4: Do you feel telemedicine is important, if so in what cases?
It can be beneficial for the lower income families with young children, the elderly, veterans, and the average working American. A well thought out program and procedure would be of great benefit to health care providers and patients. For example, our current pandemic has prevented many people from visiting their primary care providers due to fear of infection of COVID. Telemedicine would provide the opportunity for patients to meet with their doctors for general issues via phone or video conferencing. However, this type of visit compared to an in house visit should be billed at the appropriate range rather than the same cost as an in house visit because less PPE, sanitation, time, and medical supplies are being used. Telemedicine visits should also be covered by the patient’s insurance company.
Q5: As Governor of Virginia, what will be your plan for transparency between your office and the people of Virginia? And is it your intention to use the Governorship to control the people of Virginia?
Q1. What are your thoughts on de-funding the police movment?
Q2. As Governor of Virginia, is it your intention to employ private armed security for yourself and family?
At this time, I do not feel that I need private armed security to Govern successfully and with my plans, I don’t feel that I or my family will need that type of protection. I feel that it is another unnecessary wasteful expenditure. But that is subject to change if I feel or my family feels that we are in danger or have been threatened but even then it would more than likely not be a permanent situation.
Q3. What are your thoughts about the most recent riots, looting, vandalism, and destruction in cities across the commonwealth? Do you have any plan, as Governor, to seek legal action against those who are responsible for the riots, looting, vandalism, and destruction that has happened under Northam’s Governorship?
Q4. As Governor of Virginia, how do you plan on addressing social unrest with any future riots, looting, vandalism, or the destruction of property, more specifically relating to monuments, memorials, statues, and businesses?
With the plans and policies I will be putting in place there should be no reason for this kind of behavior. I will always have an open door in my administration to help the people find solutions to the issues affecting them. Should something like this happen during my administration, Immediate action will be taken to ensure that those responsible are held accountable and the citizens are safe. Threats and actions of violent demonstrations will be taken seriously and not tolerated. As governor I will allow our law enforcement to do their job. I will not hesitate to call on our national guard and even our militias when necessary.
Q5. What is your stance on free tuition for illegal immigrants currently living in Virginia and United states and what do you think about illegal immigration in general?
Q1. What are your thoughts and feelings about racism, white privilege, and minority and low income oppression?