September 17, 2021

Chuck Norris Is About To Hit The Campaign Trail For THIS Repub Candidate

Chuck Norris Is About To Hit The Campaign Trail For THIS Repub Candidate – It Might Surprise You

Seventy five year old martial artist, actor, and born-again Christian, Chuck Norris is set to hit the campaign trail in North Carolina next week for Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz. Norris will reportedly join talk-show host and commentator Glenn Beck, as well as retired Army Lt. General Jerry Boykin.

Among the guests at @tedcruz‘s rally Sunday in Concord, North Carolina: Chuck Norris

— Patrick Svitek (@PatrickSvitek) March 7, 2016

The trio will campaign for Cruz in Concord, NC in what rally organizers are calling, “An American Rally with Ted Cruz.” The event will be held at the zMax Dragway on the grounds of the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Sunday March 13 at 2:00pm.

According to the Daily Caller, Norris’ first choice for President back in May of 2015 was Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR), but that was before Huckabee decided to call it quits in his bid to become the Republican presidential nominee. Huckabee officially dropped out of the race in February of 2016.

Chuck Norris endorses @TedCruz & will b campaigning for him in NC!! Glad to have him on the #CruzCrew #NeverTrump

— Shari (@jdhlsc169) March 8, 2016

Born Carlos Ray Norris Jr., Chuck Norris was a U.S. Air Force airman serving in South Korea in the 1950’s. While in Korea, Norris started studying Taekwondo. Norris’ popularity and fame got a boost when Norris co-starred in Bruce Lee’s film “Way of the Dragon.” Norris starred in many films, eventually leading to his own television series in the 1990s called Walker Texas Ranger.

Norris’ Christian faith has been the hallmark of his popularity, especially in the Bible-belt South where Norris will be campaigning for Cruz. Norris attributes his deep Christian faith to his mother’s influence on his life. Norris said of his mother, “She loves Jesus with all of her heart and soul and made sure we understood that [growing up,] … She influenced me spiritually and instilled in me a sense of responsibility that carried over in my later adult life. She always told me ‘God has plans for you,’ and I didn’t know what she meant. I think I do now.”