Jack Lombardi Pledges To Join The House Freedom Caucus When Elected To U.S. Congress
Jack Lombardi, the Republican candidate for Congress in Illinois’ 16th congressional district, has sworn a pledge to join House Freedom Caucus when elected to U.S. Congress.
Jack Lombardi is the owner of Chicago’s premier digital marketing company. He grew up in Chicago’s southwest side. He graduated from St. Laurence High School and later attended Northwestern Business College. He has been an entrepreneur at heart from a young age and it reflected in his actions at age 8 when he started selling soda on a neighborhood street corner. He started his first real business at age 22 as he spearheaded Lombardi Trucking. The rest of his storied career has seen him start and grow various businesses including many internet companies.
Jack Lombardi had a humble upbringing that inspired him to do his best at everything he set his mind to. He is a firm believer in the indomitable spirit of American ingenuity. His political views have been deeply influenced by his life as a business leader. He has a firm stance on all the polarizing issues that have defined the political discourse of the last decade. He proudly takes an “America First” approach to policy and his constituents are hearing the message loud and clear.
On censorship and cancel culture, Jack Lombardi believes that social media is a tool that should raise awareness of social injustices faced by all communities and that no one, in the government or private sector, has a right to censor those issues. On the 2nd Amendment, he believes that real criminals should be held responsible for their actions and not law-abiding citizens. On the issue of abortion, Jack Lombardi believes that life begins at conception and he is opposed to late-term abortions and infanticide.
Jack Lombardi is prepared to throw his weight behind the men in blue who serve and protect citizens every day at the risk of losing their own lives. He doesn’t support defunding the police and he believes that ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) should continue doing its primary functions. Jack Lombardi is in favor of a smaller role for the federal government in matters of business and states rights as he believes that excessive regulations are a detriment to progress. He says that he will support a smaller government that reduces federal policy interference in local matters and the functioning of businesses.
From his own experience as a job creator, Jack Lombardi firmly believes that small businesses are the backbone of the economy. His first-hand experience of nurturing and growing a business gives him a leg up on his opponents and Republican colleagues. Jack Lombardi also believes in the right to religious freedom. He himself is a follower of the Christian faith and believes that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect.
On the issue of military strength, Jack Lombardi believes that the armed forces should be adequately funded as they keep the nation and its people safe and secure. He also believes that the country should take better care of its veterans and fulfill the promises that the country has made to them.
Jack Lombardi signed the U.S. Term Limits Pledge for Congress because he believes that serving in office shouldn’t be a lifetime career as it empowers lackeys, insiders, and lobbyists to steer the country away from its founding values. Jack Lombardi wants to make sure that the people in the administration are working for the people of the country and not the other way around.
On his website, Jack Lombardi quotes President Reagan who said that “A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.” He believes that strong borders are essential for public safety and national security. He has promised to do everything in his power to stem the flow of illegal immigrants into the country.
Jack Lombardi describes himself as a “Christian, Husband, Father, and Patriot” on his Twitter bio. He lives in Chicago with his wife Sharon Lombardi, his son Jack III and his daughter, Summer.
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