Virginia’s Jarome Bell has announced the launch of his 2022 campaign for Congress in the state’s 2nd District, vowing to battle establishment GOP and Democrat voter fraud from day one.
Bell, a 27 year veteran of the United States Navy, and considered by many to be the epitome of an America First conservative, made the announcement during an exclusive War Room interview with National File Editor in Chief Tom Pappert.
“We are launching our campaign for the 2022 House of Representatives race for the 2nd District of Virginia,” Bell told Pappert, before drilling down on big tech censorship of conservatives and election integrity and security – two issues Bell says motivated him to run.
“I wasn’t going to run,” Bell said. “But then I saw what they did to President Trump. I saw the silencing of the most powerful position in the world, the President of the United States – and I saw him silenced. I saw him silenced by the Democrats, I saw him silenced by big tech…and then what I saw was the establishment, the never Trumpers, continue to stab President Trump in the back like they’ve been doing for the last four years.”
Bell ran for the same seat in 2020, making a strong showing in the Republican primary but losing out on the nomination to establishment-backed former Representative Scott Taylor, who went on to be defeated for a second time by Democrat incumbent Elaine Luria.
During that campaign, Taylor echoed other establishment members in his support for mail-in voting. On the contrary, Bell was among the first in politics to staunchly oppose the idea, and call it exactly what millions of Americans believe it to be, an election fraud method.
Highlighting his experience in helping to oversee international elections as a Naval Chief Petty Officer, Bell told Pappert “the world is laughing at the United States…the world saw what happened [in the 2020 election],” before describing his own personal experience with election mishaps caused by Virginia’s use of Dominion Voting Systems.
“We had some shenanigans that happened the morning of our primary on June 23rd, we had computer systems not working at the start of our election,” said Bell. “At 6 a.m. we had computers not working and they didn’t get up and running until like 10:30… people had to fill out provisional ballots.”
Bell supports voter ID laws, and highlighted their use – at the behest of the United States – in countries like Afghanistan, as well as a transition to paper ballots and the restoration of traditional in-person voting.
As for taking on the radical left and holding the political establishment accountable, Bell says that he will face them head-on, taking the grassroots for fight for the American people straight to Washington.
“I’m not the P.C. guy, I’m not the guy that’s going to just lay down and take orders because you’re the boss,” said Bell. “The leadership either needs to change or get tougher. That’s what I’m going to take to Washington, D.C….Toughness, an outsider, and I really don’t care what they think about me, but they’re going to know I’m here for the people.”