Democrats Endorse Violent Criminal for State House


Over the weekend, Minnesota Democrats in House District 12B unanimously endorsed Judd Hoff for state house. Hoff is a violent and controversial figure who has been convicted of multiple crimes. He has also been accused of stalking his Republican opponent, Mary Franson.

Hoff went as far as moving across the street from Franson and digging through her trash. Here is a total list of his crimes:

  • Felony Second Degree Assault in 2020
  • Damage to Property in  2020
  • Disorderly Conduct in 2019
  • Criminal Disorderly Conduct in 2013
  • Criminal Damage to Property in 2001
  • Criminal Damage to Property in 1997

 

Representative Franson is known for being a loud voice in the Minnesota House. Notably, she refused to sign onto the Never Again Bill and Articles of Impeachment against Tim Walz in 2021. She also has a habit of voting for unreadable omnibus bills. Otherwise, she has a generally conservative record.

A unanimous endorsement of such a vile criminal is not surprising. The Minnesota Democrat Party has made a name for itself by propping up violent criminals. Minnesota Democrat Chair Ken Martin only issued a statement condemning the actions of the individual after the endorsement went viral on social media.

Democrats are collecting a lot of baggage in an election year. With all 134 seats in the Minnesota House on the ballot, voters may announce loud and clear that they have had enough of the craziness.

As of writing, the Democrats in District 12B have yet to revoke their endorsement of Hoff.

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    published this page in News 2024-04-16 22:28:02 -0500