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Bill McSwain sits down with Tucker Carlson and Shannon Bream to talk conservative leadership and empowering parents

West Chester, Pa. —  Republican Candidate for Governor Bill McSwain sat down with Tucker Carlson on Monday to discuss the growing state of lawlessness in Philadelphia and the importance of replacing liberal politicians with strong conservative leaders. Bill emphasized that as Governor he will fight back against the growing culture of lawlessness cultivated by progressive leaders:

Failed progressive policies are causing a breakdown of civil society that celebrates lawlessness, rioting, and looting, and replaces personal responsibility with a culture of victimhood. This is not the America that I grew up in. What we need is a return to traditional values, and that’s why I’m running for Pennsylvania Governor.

McSwain also joined Shannon Bream to discuss increasing violent crime across American cities and his record of successfully fighting to keep illegal heroin injection sites out of Pennsylvania. McSwain also shared his plans  for comprehensive education reform across the Commonwealth, including his pledge to defend parents’ rights, never accept money from teachers’ unions, and ban critical race theory and other hateful rhetoric from Pennsylvania schools: 

Parents in Pennsylvania are frustrated – they’re frustrated about school closures, the power of teachers’ unions, and about the lack of school choice. Parents have a right to have a comprehensive quality education for their children, but a lot of kids are trapped in failing public schools. We need to introduce accountability and competition to make sure there’s true educational opportunity for all children in Pennsylvania.


Appointed by President Trump, McSwain’s record as US Attorney demonstrates his fierce defense of constitutional rights, dedication to upholding law and order, and history of putting criminals and corrupt politicians in jail. 

Prior to becoming an attorney, Bill served as a scout/sniper platoon commander in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was born in Philadelphia and raised in Chester County, where he lives today with his wife, Stephanie, and their four children.More information on McSwain’s background and platform is available here. 


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