Everything Home: Veteran businessman Jim Lamon wants to clean Senate, House – Brighteon.TV
By Roy Green // Mar 10, 2022

When he was seven, Jim Lamon used to shovel manure in his uncle's horse stalls in Alabama for a fee. He then sold some of the manure to his grandmother to fertilize her rose beds. Now, Lamon believes that hands-on training and natural business skills have made him "eminently qualified" to run for the U.S. Senate in Arizona State and go to Washington, D.C.


Lamon, a multimillionaire who sold his company DEPCOM power last year to take a crack at politics, wants to clean the House.

Michele Swinick, host of "Everything Home" on Brighteon.TV, where Lamon appeared on March 4, agreed with his guest's humble introduction.

"So you're the entrepreneur of manure. And that's like a number one qualification – you're used to cleaning up poop. And there's a lot of poop in D.C. and even here in Arizona, you know," said Swinick. (Related: Michele Swinick urges Americans to engage and get involved in politics – Brighteon.TV.)

Lamon, a Republican, said he's "determined to unseat Democrat Mark Kelly in November. "Corrupt, sold-out politicians have been running our country far too long. It is time a veteran business owner, America First patriot, steps in the bullpen," he said.

A former football linebacker and Army paratrooper, Lamon wants to "bring freedom, prosperity and safety back to our great state of Arizona."

Talking about visions, Lamon wants all cities and counties of the Grand Canyon State to be safe and secured again. "Where our kids can play in our neighborhoods, we could walk any street at any hour in our country," he said.

And to achieve that idyllic state, Lamon wants to have a secure border, which is readily achievable as he is "fortunate to have the endorsement of the National Border Patrol Council, 21,000 members plus their leadership."

Not only that, Lamon also has the backing of the Arizona Police Association, the Arizona Sheriffs' Association and the National Association of Police Organizations with a total membership of 300,000. Being a successful businessman, Lamon intends "to be very hard on balancing the budget, because that's where so much corruption occurs."

An advocate of America First, Lamon wants foreign companies, especially those from China, to have to live by the same rules applied to American businesses. In particular, Lamon wants the country to gain energy dominance, big, low cost, utility-scale, solar, natural gas, all of the above type of energy to drive down cost.

Of course, his vision of $2 a gallon for gas and diesel or less looks improbable for now, mainly because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the interruption of the supply chain. (Related: US oil prices rise to a 7-year high as conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues.)

Be the leader of American First on Senate floor

If elected, Lehman vows to become the leader of America First on the Senate floor and says he isn't going to be bashful. "You don't send a linebacker, paratrooper and a big business guy on the Senate floor to go play tiddlywinks," said Lamon, who intends to donate his salary to Arizona and not take government pension.

Taking a cue from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Lamon said he will be "calling out things that are right for the people" and he won't give a darn about the media. He will only be accountable to the people of Arizona.

"The people are looking for a fighter. That's what I intend to be for them in D.C., to take what is from a business perspective of common sense."

If successful, Lamon said he'll come out swinging.

''I am going to cause havoc from a standpoint of making sure we get back to America First. Those who back China, those who are against the taxpayers and citizens got to, you know, be on notice. I'm coming. I'm coming strong."

More related stories:

Arizona poll workers gave voters Sharpies to mark ballots then rejected them, says lawsuit.

Gov. DeSantis calls for new police force to fight election fraud in Florida.

Judge rules Maricopa County, Arizona must turn over November election ballots to State Senate for forensic audit.

Watch the video below for the full March 4 episode of "Everything Home." Catch new episodes of the program every Friday at 7-8 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

Follow VoteRepublican.news for more news related to Republicans vying for elected positions.

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