"Today I filed to run for US Congress from Texas' 26th Congressional District, to fill the seat currently held by [Michael Burgess] after he retires," Gill wrote on X/Twitter. "We desperately need conservative warriors in Washington who represent real America, not the Swamp. I look forward to representing the great people of North Texas."
"Congressional Democrats and the Biden Administration have failed us. Our homeland is being invaded. Our borders are a free-for-all. Crime is soaring, and our economy is a wrecking ball aimed at the middle class. We're in dire need of a trailblazer, someone unafraid to take on the power players and entrenched interests, a fighter who embodies our values," Gill said in a press release. "Washington, take note: you're done pushing Texans around. Starting now, you're going to listen to us. I've been on the front lines in conservative media, and now I'm ready to take the battle straight to the Swamp. We need to finish the wall, secure the Southern border, balance our budget, unleash our energy industry, restore law and order, and kick weak Republicans who rubber stamp progressives' agenda out of Congress."
Gill, who resides in Flower Mound, Texas, is a native-born Texan who attended Dartmouth University and proceeded to work on Wall Street for a number of years before founding the DC Enquirer and returning to the Lone Star State. He has additionally collaborated on the new film 'Police State' directed by Dinesh D'Souza. Gill is married to conservative influencer Danielle D'Souza Gill and has a newborn daughter.
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You can follow Sterling on X/Twitter here.Notice: Brandon Gill is the Editor Emeritus of DC Enquirer. He is a candidate for US Congress from Texas' 26th Congressional District and he has no editorial influence over DC Enquirer.