Castroite Al Fox, Jr. running for Senate

It’s official, Al Fox, Jr., of Tampa, has filed to run for the U.S. Senate. He’s the founder of the Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation, that lists among their accomplishments; the return of Elian Gonzales to Cuba, the removal of Cuba from the U.S. list of states that sponsor terrorism, and the role they played in the return of the ‘Cuban Five’. Quite the resume for someone living with freedoms that Cuban’s on the island can only dream of, and as recent protests, and attempts to escape attest to, are willing risk their lives in hopes of achieiving.,

By Romy Ellenbogen via Tampa Bay Times:

Al Fox, Tampa voice on normalizing Cuban relations, files to run for U.S. Senate

Though he’s most known for his work around Cuban relations, Al Fox says his campaign will also focus on the environment and human rights

Castroite Al Fox, Jr.

Albert “Al” Fox Jr., Tampa’s longstanding advocate for normalizing Cuban American relations, has officially filed to run in the 2022 Senate race.

Fox had hinted at a run earlier this summer when he formed an exploratory committee, but announced he had filed the paperwork to run in the Democratic primary on Monday.

In Tampa, Fox, 77, founded the nonprofit Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation. Through that organization, he took a number of politicians, religious leaders and others to Cuba in an attempt to inform people about what the island was really like.

He previously ran for Congress in 2006 and lost to U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor. In that race, another notable member of the Tampa Cuban community printed signs that said “Give Fidel Castro a voice in the U.S. Congress: Vote Al Fox.”

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Terrifed Elian Gonzales being kidnapped by Clinton’s thugs.
Fidel Castro with fellow terrorists

3 thoughts on “Castroite Al Fox, Jr. running for Senate”

  1. The castro family regime is always putting up agents-of-influence to run against established and legitimate Cuban Americans politicians. They did it years ago with Ileana Ros-Lehtinen when they put the hideous Magda Montiel to run against her. I guess now theyre putting this individual with an equally horrible track record as la Montiel to run against Rubio.

  2. Human rights? Does he know what those words mean? Not if he’s at all OK with Castro, Inc., obviously.

    But I forget myself. The rule is that any such non-Cuban who poses as any kind of Cuba “expert” is taken as not only legitimate but as more reputable and trustworthy than “those people.” Can you imagine this guy as an expert on Mexico and its issues? He’d be “cancelled” so fast it’d make his head spin.

  3. We have to get American liberals educated.
    This is a gargantuan task. I try to explain things to them and they know nothing and refuse to listen to me.

    This is as big a problem as anything else here. The news media have brainwashed liberals and it is very hard to break through to them.

    I hope this man loses in a humiliating defeat,

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