Cox joins Fox News, Marylanders "want their freedom" back
Indeed they do
Early Wednesday morning, Maryland’s Trump endorsed Republican gubernatorial primary winner Dan Cox joined Fox News’s Fox and Friends program to briefly discuss his landslide win over the Hogan endorsed Kelly Schulz, who he licked in a shocking landslide.
Cox opened his segment by thanking the people of Maryland who came out to support his candidacy, and he was quick to reject the notion that Democrats played a major role in his win, a reference to the sketchy ads placed by the Democratic Governors Association which are negative in tone and resemble Schulz’s attacks against Cox, but nonetheless underscore positions of his that are appealing to a conservative base.
He confirmed, accurately, that he’s been running ahead for months and months now, a statement validated just recently by The Baltimore Banner’s June poll in partnership with Goucher College and WYPR, which saw Cox with 25% support and Schulz with 22% support — as for the remaining 44% which were undecided at the time, they clearly broke for Cox in a big way.
When asked if he would need to moderate his message come the general election, presumably against Wes Moore, he described how Marylanders want the Constitution back and how they want the inalienable rights granted to them by God back, both of which were taken away by the incumbent Republican administration throughout the virus.
He called for safety, of careers and community and children.
Ending on his watch as Governor will be the catch and release approach to prosecution that keeps violent criminals on the streets. Same goes for lackadaisical policies in dealing with illegal immigration.
With Cox, freedom will be back. In school Critical Race Theory and political and gender indoctrination will be out. Women’s sports will be for women, he said.
Come November, Cox aims to return power to the people.
Maryland Muckraker is a completely independent and fearlessly conservative blog covering local issues by me, Ethan Reese. After spending nearly a decade in corporate Baltimore in marketing technology, figured I’d have a go at writing. Since then I’ve contributed articles to FOX’s OutKick, PJ Media, and Rare Politics, as well as being named a Writing Fellow with the America’s Future Foundation.