I am a Libertarian for Peace committed to disrupting the harmony of the pro-war uniparty government and transmuting the federal government into voluntary associations incapable of waging eternal wars.
I was born in Colorado Springs in the winter of 1993 where I lived for 3 months before moving to the former soviet union with my family. After 15 years we moved back to Pueblo, CO and in 2011 I graduated from Pueblo County High School.
I attended CU Boulder for 3 years studying computer science and biology and was politically active with caucusing for Ron Paul as well as with my local occupy movement where I joined the anonymous collective. After moving back to Pueblo to care for my elderly grandparents, I graduated in 2017 with a Management and Marketing Degree and an MBA from CSU-Pueblo.
While in school I joined my university’s associated students’ government as a Senator for my business school, before being hired as the Executive Director of Infomation Technology, and later running and losing the election for student body president. My attempt to swear off politics moving forward was short-lived.
In 2016 I made the strategic move in the Colorado presidential caucus to be registered as a democrat and advocate for Bernie Sanders who both wasn’t Hillary Clinton and was also unlikely to be successful in a general election, a poison pill in effect. Here I learned how the corruption of the uniparty made victims not of not only of the Libertarian party underdog but also of the most principled candidates even within their own camps. I then immediately returned home to the Libertarian Party as I did in 2012 after I caucused for Ron Paul.
My work experience during and after college involved technology, finance, and marketing. I had a financial services practice for 3 years before starting a business consulting agency specializing in marketing and technology services. Like many People, the events of 2020 changed my life forever.
I was just starting my company when the pandemic was announced and lockdowns began to be enforced. Out of a desire to be an essential worker and be permitted outside of the house, I began working at a medical rehab facility as a contractor caring for dementia patients. I was in this role for 3 months before my facility began to admit COVID patients and I was placed under a gag order by my superiors. Accordingly, I resigned and turned to political, civil, and human rights activism to express my outrage over our rapid devolvement into a tyrannical society.
As a long-time Libertarian voter in 2012, 2016, and 2020, I started by volunteering with the #letherspeak grassroots activist movement and became the Colorado Coordinator for the Libertarian protest convoys organized around the state. Leading up to the presidential general election debates we demanded that the news media report on Libertarian Candidates, demanded that polls required to obtain debate stage access include Libertarian candidates, and ultimately demanded that the presidential debates include Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen.
The crimes committed in the 2020 election became my next focus as I took on the Dominion Class Action lawsuit (www.DominionClassAction.com) as project manager and later became the Director of Save Our Suffrage (www.sos.vote), the sponsoring non-profit organized for that purpose. We represented registered voters across the country in federal court who had been damaged and are being damaged by ongoing civil rights violations and racketeering committed but Dominion Voting Systems Inc., Facebook n/k/a Meta, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan, Brian Kemp personally, Brad Raffenspurger personally, Gretchen Whitmer personally, Joslyn Benson personally, Tom Wolf personally, and Kathy Boockvar personally. While our legal team has been persecuted by the media, by the courts, and by regulatory agencies, we have persisted and continue to fight for just elections. Next Tuesday, September 26th, 2023 our second appeal will be considered at the conference by the Supreme Court of the United States.
In the summer of 2022, our experience with election law involved our legal team in organizing the recounts in the statistically impossible Republican primary elections for Secretary of State and the El Paso candidates. (www.ColoradoRecount.com) We had the pleasure of suing the Secretary, Jena Griswold, half a dozen times and the Clerk and Recorders for 63 counties in Colorado in state District and Supreme Courts for her malicious and highly illegal election recount conduct which she had the law changed in order to permit but only a year after the original election crimes had been committed.
On February 23rd, 2023 cartel investigator Jacquline Breger gave testimony at the Arizona Senate hearing on not only the money laundering and bribery of government officials taking place in Arizona but also election fraud and ballot trafficking activities of these international criminal organizations. Soon afterwards we joined Ms. Breger and the lead investigative attorney John Thaler in his work to stop the cartel’s war crimes against our country and its human victims. In partnership with them, we organized Project Thaler (www.ProjectThaler.org) as an anti-child trafficking charitable organization to advocate for victims and their families and to exact vengeance on the government-partnered criminal cartels that are responsible. While no longer director I still support this work whole heartedly worked there as the director since March of this year. On September 19th, we released the investigative report titled Report to the Governor (www.ReporttotheGovernor.com).
Over the month prior to my campaign launch, I became involved as the Secretary of a new start of non-profit 508 ministry called Wave of Hope designed to incubate and franchise cooperative community schools as a competitive alternative to the government system which alleges to provide public education. (Picture with Board President Lori Cutunilli)
Now that you understand my past, my current mission, and my suitability for the task of governmental demolition for which I am campaigning, I hope you will equally appreciate the importance and significance of my congressional campaign at this moment in this cycle of history.