Chris Suprun is not only a traitor to the Republican party but also a liar. Suprun is one of 38 electors for the state of Texas, representing the Republican party. He became a traitor recently when he went public with his decision to not vote for President-Elect, Donald Trump.
Americans are outraged and have started a petition to have him removed and replaced. Suspicions grew on Suprun’s intentions when he did an article in the New York Times explaining why he decided to be a ‘faithless elector’. When you do a little research on Suprun’s Twitter account his bio directs all media inquiries to his P.R. Firm, Megaphone Strategies.
Megaphone Strategies is a radical left wing organization who has clients like Black Lives Matter and CNN’s Van Jones, who is known for being an extreme left wing radical. Suprun is already in question for who is really is and now this… for years Suprun has lied about being a 9/11 Hero. Suprun claims he was a first responder to the attack on the Pentagon and has found plenty of notoriety honoring him as a 9/11 veteran; like being asked to throw out the first pitch at Major League Baseball games.
Dallas, Texas ABC News (WFAA), did their research finding Suprun didn’t become a firefighter for Manassas Park [Virginia] Fire Department until October 2011. One month after the 9/11 attacks. Chris Suprun is a LIAR!!! WFAA is spreading the word of Suprun’s stolen valor.
WFAA Reported “The Republican elector who has gotten national attention for refusing to vote for Donald Trump at the Electoral College on Dec. 19 was apparently not a first responder on September 11, 2001, as he has stated for years and has a questionable career history, according to an investigation by WFAA. Chris Suprun, 42, portrays himself as a heroic firefighter who was among the first on the scene after the third plane flew into the Pentagon on 9/11. In a heavily-publicized editorial this month for the New York Times, Suprun stated that as a member of the Electoral College he will not cast his ballot for Trump because the president-elect “shows daily he is not qualified for the office.” Suprun, a Dallas resident for more than a decade, even used his résumé to establish credibility in the Times piece, writing in the second paragraph: “Fifteen years ago, as a firefighter, I was part of the response to the Sept. 11 attacks against our nation.” Suprun founded a nonprofit called Never Forget and state records prove he is a licensed paramedic — but the rest of résumé, available publicly on LinkedIn, is very questionable.