J.R. Majewski Suspends Campaign Following Controversial Remarks

 Republican congressional candidate J.R. Majewski suspended his campaign for Ohio’s 9th Congressional District over the weekend following recent controversial remarks that he had made about the Special Olympics.

Majewski, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump in his prior congressional bid in 2022, said that Trump did not ask him to drop out of the race.

“It has been the honor of my lifetime to receive so much support from my America First neighbors, powering me to a strong lead in this Republican primary,” he said in a statement on Saturday. “While I know I would win, and have a great shot in the general election now that my record has been cleared, it is inevitable that the Deep State will do whatever it takes to fight against me. Even going as far as attacking my family and once again accusing me of stolen valor.”

“Earlier this week, I reaffirmed my dedication to fighting for those who feel as if their voices are being ignored by the DC Elite,” he added. “Well, the best way to do that is to dedicate all of my energy to the one man who I know will crush the Deep State. That man is President Donald J. Trump.”

During an appearance on a right-wing podcast last month, Majewski said: “Shout out to all the Democrats living in mom’s basement that like to talk s*** on the internet. You know, no matter how hard you try, arguing on the internet, it’s like being in the Special Olympics. No matter how good you perform, you still have … you’re still f***ing retarded at the end of the day.”

“Yeah, that’s gonna get clipped and ran against me in the general election,” Majewski immediately conceded after making the remarks.

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