MT: What event in your life best prepared you for public office?
KG: There is not one event but I will say my crisis of conscience which brought me to ethics and truth as a foundation of my life in society which has taken me from transsexuality to repentance and the courage to speak out against the lies of the LGBT that brings political correctness to a level of allowing child abuse and encouraging sex trafficking, perversions and the control of government process for the few and not the many. When was the last time you had one of their diseases or wanted to parade as a transvestite or change your sex (which cannot be done… but sterilizes one and makes the living of and perpetuating a lie to make your life only about appearances and not truth)?
MT: Who should be the next President of the United States?
KG: [Donald] Trump, as he said from the beginning he would give publication of the 911 report that has been kept secret, opposes unregulated immigration, supports the 2nd amendment and appears to want the blessings of liberty for all of us that he has enjoyed.
MT: Which person who previously held the office you’re seeking do you hold up as a model? Why?
KG: I know of no one. My heroes (Lincoln and Kennedy) are the the ones who were assassinated for taking on the Federal Reserve which is a fraud. I suppose the Profiles in Courage indicate the ones I admire who protect the union despite going against public mobs trying to force a slavery opinion, much as Sam Houston did.
MT: What (if anything) should the U.S. Congress do to reduce gun violence?
KG: I do not believe in prior restraint nor do I believe the 2nd Amendment should be infringed. Instead of teaching children to dress up little boys as girls or little girls as boys in a travesty of child abuse I would support teaching the proper care and use of firearms in schools.
MT: What (if anything) should the nation be doing (that it isn’t already doing) to alleviate climate change?
KG: Climate changes daily. It is a 12,000-year cycle between ice ages and we still have a few hundred years to go. More troubling is how are we going to deal with the black hole found recently in the Sun and its effects on our magnetosphere.
MT: In Strieff v Utah, the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that police can keep evidence seized from stops made without reasonable suspicion if police find an even minor arrest warrant on the person stopped. Do you support this? Why or why not?
MT: Do you support full legalization of marijuana? Why or why not?