Antonio Sabato, Jr., is an actor, producer, author, race car driver and more, now running for U.S. Congress in California’s 26th district. He talks about why he wants to run for Congress and the difficulties plaguing California because of Democratic leadership.
Sabato discusses his own immigrant experience, and they talk about how the left has changed the narrative of immigration.
They cover the Democratic Representative Sabato is running against, Rep. Julia Brownley, describing her poor record while in office, many questionable policies she supports and her deceptive spin on recent events. Antonio lists some of his top priorities if he wins the seat in Congress.
Also on the podcast, Chuck and Mark wonder why the left isn’t protesting other dangers in our lives besides guns.
About the guest:
Antonio immigrated to California in 1985 seeking a better life with his mother and sister. In 1996, after completing all the necessary steps, he became a United States citizen – a moment he calls “the proudest moment of my life.”
As a young man, Antonio went on to establish a successful career as a model and actor, starring in numerous successful television shows and movies, as well as serving as the face of household names like Calvin Klein.
Over the years, Antonio would grace the cover of magazines and ad campaigns around the world. In the height of his early acting and modeling career Antonio was named as one of People’s Sexiest Men Alive and starred in Mark Wahlberg’s smash hit, The Big Hit.
To date, Antonio remains actively engaged with his career in the entertainment industry and has expanded his business resume to include successful ventures as a producer, author, restauranteur, spokesman and even as a licensed, professional race car driver.
Visit his website, http://www.voteantonio.com/.