Troubling confessions exposed from Arizona ‘GOP’ House candidate: ‘Republican Party is disgusting’

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(Video Credit: Project Veritas Action)

Project Veritas has caught a Republican congressional candidate in Arizona named Alex Stovall on audio and video proclaiming that the “Republican Party is disgusting,” asserting that what they are doing is “criminal” and they should be thrown in jail.

“The Republican Party is disgusting to me. I’m not a part of the country club. The stuff that they’re doing should be criminal and they should all be thrown in prisons,” Stovall, 25, stated in an undercover recording taken by Project Veritas.

“The McCarthys, the Cawthorns, the whole audit bullcrap thing that they’re doing. I listen to what my counsel tells me and when they say go get an endorsement from somebody I say all right, cool,” he remarked.

“No, I don’t have respect for Candace Owens anymore. Will I take her donation and take her donors? Absolutely. But it goes no further than that. Yeah, I would never invite her to a Christmas party,” he contended.

The Veritas investigation appears to have been initiated after a tip to correspondent Jordan Conradson earlier this year, and they started digging into Stovall’s past. He is running for U.S. Congress in Arizona’s ninth district. The candidate had previously stated that he believes he can win his race because he is a young black man.

Stovall seems to have a real issue with race. He told Conradson that he had held a prior job with Consumer Cellular answering phone calls. He claims he was terminated due to “discrimination.”

At a Scottsdale restaurant, he reportedly confided in Conradson that he didn’t like how people looked at him there and said that black people “don’t belong” in Scottsdale, Arizona. For a self-proclaimed conservative, Stovall seems to have very liberal views especially when it comes to race.

Project Veritas is reporting that the young congressional candidate potentially used campaign funds to travel around the country to secure endorsements and stage photo-ops with prominent politicians. At one point, he reportedly told Conradson that he was using campaign funds to purchase suits and other luxury items.

Currently, Stovall appears to not have a job.

As donors lined up to contribute to his campaign, Stovall asked Conradson, who was a realtor at the time, to find him a home to buy in his district.

An insider with Stovall’s campaign videoed the candidate making remarks that most conservatives would find offensive and highly objectionable. Stovall sends mixed messages, saying one thing in public and quite another in private.

“You don’t win Arizona by being super right Republican,” Stovall asserted. “Have you ever played spades or go fish? You never show all your cards, right? That’s the problem, and that’s why I’m going to win, and other people probably won’t. Yes, I’m a conservative, but I’m not going to beat on my big old monkey chest running around telling a whole bunch of people I am.”

“I try and tell people the audit is paramount, but it’s not mission-critical. What’s mission-critical is that we take the House back, if we get this audit done, but the Democratic Party still owns the House, it was in vain. We’ve got to take the House back. Once the audit is done, and truth will come to light, We can make those corrections and make sure it never happens again,” Stovall told the Project Veritas insider.

“More than likely, he’ll endorse me, but I’m not going to publicly advertise it. Why? Look around you,” he said concerning a sought for endorsement by former President Trump.

“I like Trump, I liked his policies, but he wasn’t liked by the people. Everybody that hears his name, can’t stand him,” Stovall contended.

“So what are your thoughts on the election? Do you think that Trump won?” the informant asked.

“No, no, I think there was fraud. Yeah, okay. But not enough to overturn the election. But I’m not gonna broadcast. People didn’t like him. Not in Arizona,” Stovall replied.

“Racism is real. What the news is telling you, what Tucker Carlson is telling you, what Candace Owens is telling you, It’s a bunch of baloney,” he commented.

“We cannot allow black, Hispanic, or poor white communities to believe this radical agenda, this Critical Race Theory nonsense that they’re pushing. I’m not going to tell my children that because they’re black, they have less of an opportunity or they’re going to be short-handed,” Stovall said.

“Want to be less white? vote for the young black candidate,” he quipped.

“The stuff that you will soon know could destroy the campaign,” Stovall added. “If you’re not doing anything wrong, then you have nothing to worry about. If you’ve got skeletons in the closet, they’re going to… what’s in dark comes to light.”

Though Stovall is an Army reservist and claims to be a constitutional conservative, the leaked video indicates otherwise.

Since the video surfaced, Stovall has made his Twitter and Instagram pages private. That sound you hear is Stovall’s political career most likely coming to an end.


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