WATCH: Remember The Guy Who Stood Up Out Of His Wheelchair At RNC — His Campaign Ad Is Lit AF

Written by Wes Walker on September 11, 2020

Countless politicians have declared they are ready to ‘stand for something’. Madison Cawthorn takes that to a whole other level.

That dramatic moment where Madison seamlessly moved from the text of his address and into the Pledge of Allegiance as he stood from his wheelchair is one of those moments that will be remembered for years to come.


As inspiring as that moment was (and infuriating for the Left), Cawthorn went further still. This 25-year old hopes to be elected as the youngest person serving in Congress this November.

What kind of a campaign ad would a young man such as himself put forward?

One that puts what he stands for in stark relief to everything the Left is doing.

It opens with him wheeling his chair… down a football field.

We won’t spoil how he ends it, but we can say that it was really well done.

We can say it practically pulsed with patriotism.

You’re going to love it.

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