Illinois Governor Candidate Running on Anti-Parental Alienation

You probably haven’t heard of him yet, but there is a Libertarian Candidate running for Governor who is a victim of Illinois’ disgusting child support courts. Not only would he be willing to work with Trump, but he’s felt the searing pain of losing a child to the political machine known as the Illinois Family Court System.

Before you start to think that all family courts are just as revoltingly biased, know that Illinois’ courts will more than likely land you in a homeless shelter. Imagine paying 40-50% of your paycheck to your ex. An ex that is now holding your child hostage and refusing to let you see them, whether or not you cough up the money. Go ahead and stroll down to the police station to report them denying your rights to see your own child…  you’ll either get laughed at or told they can’t help you. Illinois’ system isn’t just extortion like other states, it’s flat out involuntary servitude… with interest. Good luck in trying to get your payments reduced, you either pay up, get your driver’s license taken away, or go to jail.

This is exactly what happened to the candidate Kash Jackson when his pay was cut. He spent twenty years in the military, with high clearance, and afterwards couldn’t afford his payments. He was sent to jail for contempt, a deadbeat? I’d like to see you pay a couple thousand dollars a month to someone who won’t allow you to see your mutual child. He’s been asked about it, and his answer is nearly always the same.

 

The Democrats are so focused of illegal alien children getting separated, that they forget they themselves are condoning the separation of families through the court process. Many times, these children are separated all the way until adulthood.

This isn’t the only policy he’s running on, he vows to get rid of government pensions. Some may say that this is wrong, everyone deserves to have a pension right? You know how Illinois government officials cut off funds to things you care about to give themselves raises? That’s what they’re doing, they’re raising taxes or cutting funding so they can afford to pay their own pensions. Pensions that in many cases, they don’t rightfully deserve. He’s also appointing an ACTUAL accountant to the position of Comptroller, Claire Ball . Something that hasn’t happened in Illinois’ history!

I once thought that voting Republican in Illinois would be a good thing, however, the most recent Republican Governor acts more like a Democrat than a Republican. He made this State a ‘Sanctuary’ State. Voting for Republican isn’t the way to go, we must vote for the best possible candidate in a swamp filled with swamp monsters.

Let’s knock the Blue out of Illinois, Vote Kash Jackson for Governor of Illinois.

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Quincy Tea Party Gives Neutral Platform to Libertarian Candidates

This past Saturday, I went to a luncheon partially hosted by Quincy Tea Party. The Quincy Tea Party does not endorse any candidates but does believe in giving all candidates a public platform to voice their ideas. I listened to Libertarian candidate, Kash Jackson‘s positions on many things, got to speak with him one on one, and found out why he got started in politics.

I heard him speaking with the media, flat-out bringing the issues of the Family court system to light. I am happy to know that there is an advocate for all parents who get alienated from their children. Who also get a bad rap when the state of Illinois is leaching the money out of good parents and labeling them deadbeats when they can’t afford the payments. The fact that this man started his political career because the court systems opened his eyes, makes me relate to him.

Claire Ball, the libertarian running for Illinois’ Comptroller, is an actual accountant. I got to speak with her and our political views match up for the most part. She has a masters in accounting. It was said at the meeting that not one person in Illinois who has held the position of comptroller has been an actual accountant. Which is disturbing considering they’re the ones working with the states’ money. Money that we, the taxpayers, provide.

WGEM reported on the incident but cut MUCH of the Kash interview out! I overheard what he was saying, since I was the woman right behind him in the interview. I listened to him, he came off like just a regular guy, it was great. I personally believe he is one of the best candidate for the job.

God Help Illinois