Scientology member Joy Villa launching exploratory committee into a Congressional run

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  1. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    O/T. Joy Villa is joining the Faith and Freedom Coalition "Road to Majority Conference" on June 27-29, 2019 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC.


    Please note the target audience.

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    “Grassroots Christian conservatives from across the country will attend Road To Majority to once again leave the policy conference better equipped to influence elected officials to strengthen families, promote time-honored values, and protect the dignity of human life and marriage,” said Executive Director Tim Head.

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    Last edited: Jun 25, 2019
  2. COS and NOI News

    COS and NOI News @ISNOINews on Twitter

    Joy Villa spotted wearing eye-catching "Q" earrings at CPAC.

    CPAC = Conservative Political Action Conference

    The author of the NRO story, Jay Nordlinger, apparently doesn't know that Villa is a Scientologist. If he does, he doesn't mention it.


    National Review Online - The Corner: Trump, the GOP, and Conservatives

    By JAY NORDLINGER July 15, 2019 10:50 AM

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    The transformation of the GOP and the conservative movement has long been clear, but it has been especially clear, I think, in recent days. Yesterday, Trump retweeted Joy Villa. She had tweeted out an article from Fox Business, whose headline was “This is what the ‘new conservative movement’ looks like.” It showed a picture of Ms. Villa herself. She is a singer-songwriter and a Trump booster. At CPAC this year, she sported eye-catching earrings: Q earrings.

    “Q” stands for “QAnon,” which is a movement with a startling contention: President Trump and the U.S. military are engaged in a glorious shadow war against a global pedophile cult, in which top U.S. Democrats figure prominently.

    One of the leaders of this movement is a radio personality named Michael Lebron, also known as “Lionel.” He is a contributor to RT, the Kremlin propaganda outlet. Last year, he had his picture taken with President Trump in the Oval Office. Meeting Trump, he said, was “an awesome transcendental moment.”

    The Q movement apparently grew out of “Pizzagate,” a conspiracy theory that, again, involves pedophilia. The contention is that top Democrats were, or are, running a child-sex ring out of a D.C. pizzeria. A man from North Carolina, under the influence of the theory, drove to D.C. and shot up the pizzeria. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

    One of the promoters of Pizzagate has just been named a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute. Mona Charen and Jonah Goldberg both wrote about this last week, with great pain. (Mona’s column is here, and to sign up for Jonah’s G-File, go here.)

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