Pro-XRP Lawyer John Deaton Announces Senate Run Against Elizabeth Warren

In a bold move that has stirred the crypto community, pro-XRP lawyer John Deaton has announced his candidacy for the Massachusetts Senate race, challenging incumbent Senator Elizabeth Warren. Deaton, a staunch advocate for cryptocurrency, has called upon his substantial social media following to support his campaign both morally and financially.

Deaton’s announcement came through a post on X, where he informed his 324,100 followers of his $500,000 personal investment into his senate campaign. His message was clear and confident: he believes he can unseat Warren, who has been a fixture in Massachusetts politics for over a decade.

“The common belief that Elizabeth Warren is unbeatable in Massachusetts is a myth,” Deaton declared. “I can win.” With the election set for September 3, Deaton has already funded half of his campaign and is now reaching out to his followers to help raise an additional $500,000. Contributions are welcomed in both cash and cryptocurrency, reflecting his commitment to the digital currency space.

Deaton’s campaign is not just about challenging Warren but also about self-belief and the fight for freedom. “If I could self-fund the entire campaign, I would, because freedom is at stake here,” he stated. “I need your help to raise $1 million by the end of the quarter.”

Support for Deaton’s campaign has come from notable figures within the crypto world, including Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson. On March 4, Hoskinson expressed his backing for Deaton, emphasizing the need for leaders who are prepared to confront the establishment and protect the crypto industry from detrimental legislation.

Deaton’s campaign strategy is centered around “taking on the Washington elites,” a stance that resonates with many in the crypto community. In a video released on February 20, he criticized Senator Warren for her lack of action for Massachusetts, positioning himself as the candidate ready to make a real difference.

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