Congressman TJ Cox’s numerous ethical lapses are starting to make him sweat… big time.

An editorial by Calvin Moore, Deputy Communications Director for the Congressional Leadership Fund

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In an interview with Your Central Valley this weekend, TJ admitted – on camera… to a reporter – that his shady business dealings are “absolutely going to be the centerstone” of his 2020 re-election.

While we’re happy to celebrate that TJ has finally moved on from “denial” to “acceptance” in the 5 stages of grieving that his poor choices are totally sinking his re-election chances, voters are only seeing the tip of the iceberg. As a reminder, here are the 397,496 ways Shady TJ has gotten himself in trouble recently…

And honestly, I probably forgot to include a few.

“TJ Cox is absolutely right: his countless ethical problems are going to be the ‘centerstone’ of why voters send him packing in 2020.” 

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  1. I don’t know much about TJ Cox but I do recognize typical political spinning when I see it. Wonder what was “actually said” in the interview and then “taken out of context”…..because that is the way political gaming is played. Wonder what’s in Calvin’s closet?

  2. I will never understand why the voters of that district dumped Mr. Valadao. Cox had and has no interest whatever in anyone or anything but Cox.

    • Maybe they decided that the tax cuts for billionaires that produced trillion dollar fiscal deficits are bad policy.
      As for me, I can’t believe that Devin Nunes’ constituents decided to keep the klown.

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