Crypto Advocate and US Presidential Aspirant John McAfee, Tags Campaign “Don’t Vote for Me”
John McAfee, the pioneer of McAfee Antivirus software and the 2020 U.S. presidential candidate, who is also a staunch cryptocurrency enthusiast has revealed that the slogan for his campaign is, “Don't vote for me” and his campaign is focused on creating a small population that will go against the draconian policies of the government reports CCN on January 30.
McAfee Tags Campaign “Don't Vote For Me”
Per the report, John McAfee has revealed that “Don't vote for me” is the slogan for his campaign in the 2020 U.S. elections.
The politician's website, on the other hand, states that his campaign is aimed at just one item, and that is, freeing the people from a government that is no longer serving but oppressing them.
According to the cryptocurrency big whale, people have lost the right to what they can “put in their bodies and minds.”
Therefore, his utmost priority is to create an anti-government population.
In McAfee's opinion, this will be made possible by placing cryptocurrencies as the significant focus in his upcoming campaign.
These virtual currencies provide an individual with the opportunity to liberate themselves and without any violence, said the programmer.
However, money which controls every other thing in the world is used by the government to bound and control people.
Nevertheless, these chains will be broken by enlightening people on a more empowering technology, he stated.
McAfee Also Reiterated That:
“But misinformation abounds, and the people in control of money in the present day are predictably employing a full-court press of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt to discourage people from adopting this technology.”
The 72-year-old has admitted that he has no knowledge in matters relating to foreign relations, immigration, and education.
He added that anyone who claims to know these is either lying to themselves or the public.
On the other hand, some of the latest news on the website reveals that McAfee is running from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
The politician on January 22 in a tweet stated that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) convened a grand jury to charge him for unspecified crimes.
Questions regarding my platform, policies, etc. are answered on my official campaign website. Please check there before asking questions in the comments sections. https://t.co/9CTcVilbG2
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) January 26, 2019
While shedding more light on how he intends to run his campaign on exile, McAfee revealed that one group of his supporters would wear a mask of his face during the campaign and another set will attend campaign conferences and debates on his behalf.
Reportedly, Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks will be one of McAfee's contenders in the presidential elections. The latter is said to back blockchain, but show his lack of support for cryptocurrencies.