April 19, 2017
Well, one less Jew involved in anything is always a good thing.
Though I suspect this particular Jew has a bag of tricks up his sleeve.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the outspoken Utah Republican and influential chairman of the House oversight committee, announced Wednesday he will not seek re-election in 2018.
The conservative lawmaker, who’s been in Congress since 2009, confirmed the decision on Facebook.
“After long consultation with my family and prayerful consideration, I have decided I will not be a candidate for any office in 2018,” he wrote.
Chaffetz, a longtime fixture in Utah politics, has hinted before at potentially running for governor in 2020, and his announcement could be the first step toward that goal. He also has faced an early Democratic challenge for the House seat.
In his statement Wednesday, Chaffetz left open the door to another run, but said for now he’s going into the private sector.
“After more than 1,500 nights away from my home, it is time. I may run again for public office, but not in 2018,” he said, adding: “For those that would speculate otherwise, let me be clear that I have no ulterior motives. I am healthy. I am confident I would continue to be re-elected by large margins. I have the full support of Speaker Ryan to continue as Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee. That said, I have made a personal decision to return to the private sector.”
He told Fox News on Wednesday he will not run for Senate.
Jews always lie about everything, and he’s gotten himself a pretty high profile over the last year.
I think he’s going to go for governor.
And the great thing about being a Jew is, whenever you run for anything, both parties will support you.
That last sentence isn’t 100% true, of course. But it is generally true.