February 20, 2024

A ‘Disaster’ for Working-Class Ohioans

Ohio businessman and Senate Republican candidate Bernie Moreno stated on Breitbart News Saturday that, if nominated, he would “expose” how Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has been a “disaster” for working-class Ohioans.

Moreno spoke to Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle concerning the coming Ohio Senate Republican main. Asked how he would tackle  Brown, who usually portrays himself as a populist Democrat, Moreno defined how Brown is only a leftist who doesn’t symbolize the Buckeye State’s values.

He stated, “This guy is a puppet for Joe Biden, he’s a lap dog for Elizabeth Warren, he’s a guy who has zero experience, zero knowledge about any of the topics – that is in charge of regulating, for example, banking and digital currency. This is a guy who is a far left extremist that would actually probably be even too far left for New York or Massachusetts.”

“Number two, we’re going to point out that this guy has been there too long. As you know Matt, 80 percent of Americans are for term limits. Sherrod Brown used to be for term limits 30 years ago. This has overstayed his welcome in Washington, DC. He’s old, he’s tired. He’s somebody who’s well past his prime. He votes dramatically left of Ohio values,” he added.

Moreno continued, “He’s a guy who’s all in for electric cars, who’s going to destroy our auto industry. His policies has been a disaster for the very working-class people he pretends to represent and want to help.”

Moreno stated he would “expose” how Brown is a leftist and has performed nothing for working-class Ohioans.

The Ohio conservative stated if he have been elected, he would serve two phrases, then return to his roots in Ohio.

“If I have the honor of being elected five weeks from Tuesday, I will serve exactly two terms and I’m coming home,” Moreno stated.

Breitbart News Saturday airs on SiriusXM Patriot 125 from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Eastern.

Sean Moran is a coverage reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.



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