North Carolina Republican Congressional Candidate Wants to ‘Invest Wisely’ in Bitcoin in 2020
Republican candidate for US Congress Pete D’Abrosca thinks it’s very wise to invest in Bitcoin (BTC) in the year that’s about to come.
D’Abrosca wants to be elected to the North Carolina seventh district. This is what he said on Twitter about investing in Bitcoin and ammunition:
Going to invest wisely in the new decade.
Bitcoin and ammunition.
— Pete D’Abrosca for Congress (@pdabrosca) December 27, 2019
While it’s unlikely for him to win the election against Republican Congressman David Rouzer, who’s the incumbent at the moment, it’s still good there are more crypto supporters in the US politics.
Former Bakkt CEO to Become Interim Senator
People in the crypto industry seem to forget the former CEO of Bakkt, a major Bitcoin futures exchange will be the interim Senator for Georgia. During the introduction ceremony held for her, Governor Brian Kemp said she will stand by President Trump’s side and vote against his removal from office. Here are Kemp’s exact words:
“Kelly Loeffler will stand with our president, Senator Perdue, and their allies in the House and Senate to keep America great.”
If she wants to remain on the seat, Loeffler will have to run for the 2020 election. Kemp thinks she’s the right person to win back the trust of Republican female voters.
President Donald Trump Not a Fan of Crypto
In spite of the fact that many members in his party are open to cryptocurrency, President Donald Trump isn’t. The hope is that there are many crypto supporters in the Democratic party too, seeing that Andrew Yang, who occupies the 4th position in popularity for Democrats, announced he’s accepting Bitcoin, Ethereum and some other cryptocurrencies for funding his July 2018 campaign. More than this, Tulsi Gabbard disclosed in her federal filings that she has crypto holdings.