Proof that John Cox is and always has been against the border wall

 

RINO candidate for Governor of California, John Cox is known for flip flopping on his position for the border wall.

In January, Cox told Univision that he was against the border wall but has told others that he is for the wall. When his republican opponent, Travis Allen called him out on this, Cox said that Univision made a mistake. This is clearly untrue for two reasons. #1 if it was a mistake it would have been corrected by the author of the article. #2 John Cox published the article to his own website. If what the article stated was untrue, Cox would not have posted it on his site. 

Recently John Cox suggested that people look up old YouTube videos, as he claims we will see that he’s always been in favor of the border wall. Quite opposite though. In two different videos from 2007 and 2008, John Cox states he is against a border wall.

That’s not the end of it though. In 2006 John Cox published a book in which he stated a he opposes a border wall.

So, Cox was against the wall in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2018 but yet he claims he’s ALWAYS been in favor of the border wall?  This man has been caught in so many lies, I can’t even keep up.

If you are sick of being lied to vote for change, Vote for Travis Allen!

 

 

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