Ramesh Gupta, who posted an inspirational call for new leadership in the Republican Party several days ago, has earned the backing of Congressman Matt Gaetz.
By Jacob Engels
Days after launching an insurgent bid for Seminole County GOP Chair, businessman Ramesh Gupta has now received the backing of major Trump ally and North Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz. Gupta immigrated to the United States legally, coming with just $18 in his pocket and only a basic understanding of English. He honed his English skills by listening to conservative talk radio, in between working three jobs to stay afloat.
Ramesh Gupta came to the USA with just $18. Worked 3 jobs, learned English by listening to conservative talk radio. @mattgaetz endorses his bid for GOP Chair in Seminole County, Florida. Calls his story inspiring, exact image of the American Dream the GOP needs to embrace. pic.twitter.com/hdJyXlWP5U
— Jacob Engels (@JacobEngels) December 17, 2018
Mr. Gaetz is an ever-present fixture cable news networks, where he defends our President against the deep state and bogus Russia investigation. Recognized as one of Trump’s most vocal and effective allies, Gaetz was also crucial in monitoring the Florida recount efforts and stomping out corruption in Broward County.
Gaetz called Gupta’s story inspiring.
“Ramesh would make a great party Chairman and a lot of us are rooting for him. He represents a great image of what the American Dream can be under conservative leadership and Donald Trump.”
Mr. Gupta is facing incumbent Kathryn Townsend, who presided over some of the worst election results ever seen in Seminole County for Republicans when all the votes were tallied last month. She has refused to step down, has blamed everyone but herself and is currently begging the party faithful to allow her one more term.
Elections will be held this week.
Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.