Gabriel Gomez

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Gabriel Gomez was the Republican Senate candidate who ran in the Massachusetts special election to replace John Kerry. His opponent was a career politician, liberal Ed Markey.

Gomez was born in Los Angeles, the son of Columbia immigrants. He was a Navy pilot and Navy SEALS platoon commander. He left the Navy in 1996 and received a MBA from Harvard Business School.

Gomez is married with 4 children.

Political Positions

Gomez is a RINO. Gomez claimed to be pro-life, however, he is a PLINO as he supports Roe v. Wade. He supports amnesty, same-sex "marriage", and gun control. He believes in the liberal hoax of climate change. He is more conservative on other issues, however, and supports the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline and opposes Obamacare.[1]

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