In 2019, we have been offered to Tag, a Kodiak undergo/thespian who enjoys sharing “cookie kisses” with Hollywood’s Jason Momoa. Now, following within the pawsteps of prior California-based-celebrities-turned-Republican-politicians, Tag has lumbered his method onto the marketing campaign path as a part of John Cox’s bid for governor.
Having a undergo as a part of a California gubernatorial election would possibly appear to be a very on-the-snout popularity of the state flag, however the premise of Cox and Tag’s partnership is even more odd. In a profile of Tag, Vice points out that Cox’s entire marketing campaign factor is founded round calling himself “The Beast” as a result of, as his press secretary writes, Cox’s platform is in line with his promise to make “beastly adjustments” to California politics. (In particular its tax charge.)
We’re extra all in favour of Tag’s occupation shift from performing to politics than Cox’s platform, even though—particularly as a result of his new gig has been beautiful debatable. Previous this month, PETA unsurprisingly condemned Cox’s determination to convey a goddamned reside undergo to his marketing campaign stops and known as for an investigation, which has since yielded a statement from senator Ben Hueso that calls “exploiting a reside undergo as a political prop” a “a shameful, distasteful trick to convey consideration to a candidate.” Ultimate week, ABC 10 ran a story at the town of All of this leaves us with the hope that Tag might be launched from his tasks quickly, and will go back to his den for a protracted dialog together with his agent (which is, we don’t know, a speaking fox, most certainly) about the place he must move following this unsuccessful foray into politics. We propose a brief retreat from the highlight—a duration of hibernation the place Tag can in point of fact simply replicate on what he in point of fact needs to do together with his time so he by no means unearths himself stuck up with folks like Cox ever once more.
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