Thanks to a single minute minute speech that recorded for the television station in Nashville WSMV and the wonders of YouTube Marceaux has become a minor international celebrity but has virtually no chance of winning the nomination of the Republican Party on Thursday.
His hesitation diatribe against traffic stops and gold stripes on flags and very, very difficult position in the crime that “if you kill someone you kill” – he made an appearance Monday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live , He flew to Los Angeles for the engraving of the series. And his original interview drew hundreds of thousands of visits to YouTube. Marceaux has since launched his own YouTube channel, offering shorter videos in which he makes injured statements, including one where he says he would do well to every resident who does not own a weapon.
Marceaux, a veteran of Marine Soddy Daisy, Tennessee, is not exactly a political neophyte has been running for the governor three times before the US Senate and Senate once four times. But it has never been noticed until now.
His profound and deeply unusual views became the object of fascination. Most of the complaints stem from his assertion that Tennessee and 26 other states are not true republics. It often brings back to the Civil Rights Act of 1866, which says it is a crime to violate the Constitution, and cities repeatedly to repair under this law, and says that the power to enforce violations should rest With the Marines.
Marceaux is not only running for the governor but is simultaneously running for the 3rd arrondissement seat in a crowded Chattanooga primary. If he proves that the odds are as good and win, he says the first law would try to pass is to allow the Marines to arrest anyone if they violate the Constitution.
Fame, however, has its price. A Chattanooga Free Times news article, released Wednesday detail the long history of Marceau shots with the law, including several traffic offenses, charges of vandalism and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Marceaux said POLITICO that “to save my people,” he “had to be arrested repeatedly to test the system.”
“As citizens, one minute is free, then the next minute you are in jail and you lose everything you have,” Marceaux said.
He reaffirmed that he was firmly against “guns in the traffic stops” and said the US should “allow some use of marijuana because it is fair, because it has returned to the Lord.”
There will be a celebration of luxury Marceaux campaign on Thursday evening, despite its new celebrity. He says he will look at the results at home with his wife and friends. But if removed what would be an amazing reversal in one of the two races, he knows what his first act.
“If I win, I can not afford to have a party until it starts paying, and I’m going to have a party in Memphis, home of Freedman’s office agents.”