Kat Cammack promises to support border wall in new video

by | Jul 29, 2020

Republican congressional candidate Kat Cammack released another campaign video this week, promising to stand with President Donald Trump and help build the wall if elected to Florida’s 3rd Congressional District.

The ad, titled “Sovereign,” outlines the existential threat of illegal immigration on the United States’ sovereignty and features Cammack’s commitment to stand with Trump and make America a safer place.

“A nation without borders is not a sovereign nation and it’s not a secure nation,” Cammack says in the new spot. “We can address illegal immigration and stem that tied by first and foremost enforcing the laws on the books.”

“And after that, we’re going to build the wall,” she concludes.

Cammack, a small businesswoman and former Deputy Chief of Staff for Congressman Ted Yoho, says that illegal immigration at the southern border presents a number of issues for the country.
“For many decades, immigration policy has been kicked down the road and the rule of law ignored. It’s well beyond the time we address this issue with common-sense solutions that protect our citizens and national sovereignty,” Cammack said in a press release.
“These failures to stop unauthorized crossings over the past several decades have led to serious national security threats and an influx of individuals who have illegally entered our country. Drugs, weapons, and human trafficking have become major national problems in large part due to our porous borders,” she continued.
“I pledge to work with President Trump to help build the wall and secure the border. I will never support amnesty of any kind for those who illegally enter our country and will prioritize this issue on day one in office.”
Cammack, who is in a statistical tie for first in polling in the Republican Primary, is one of 10 Republicans looking to replace Yoho who is retiring at the end of his current term.

She has been endorsed by several big-name backers including U.S. Senator Rand Paul and We Build the Wall founder Brian Kolfage. Cammack’s campaign has also announced endorsements from more local leaders, activists, and elected officials than anyone else in the race.

Also seeking the GOP nomination are businessman Judson Sapp, Clay County Commissioner Gavin Rollins, Gainesville City Commissioner Todd Chase, former congressional aide Joe Millado, physician James St. George, businessman Ryan Chamberlin, businessman Bill Engelbrecht, businessman David Theus, and businesswoman Amy Pope Wells.

FL-03 includes Alachua, Bradford, Marion, Union, Putnam, and Clay counties and is largely made up of Republican voters. Yoho won the red district in 2016 earning 57.6% of the vote.


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