MY PLATFORM

MY PLATFORM

WE RUN

I am running for the US Senate to protect the Constitution at the federal level, but we as Conservatives must compete for offices at every level. We work with the County party headquarters to do whatever is required legally and morally to achieve victory. We lend our support to ensure those who run have the highest level of support possible.

WE FIGHT

I will stand for conservative values and the Constitution wherever I go. I have been deployed in very dangerous places to defend liberty, and I am no stranger to entering the arena to fight for what I believe.  I encourage you to do the same thing here in NC. We SHOW UP and STAND UP at city council meetings, mayoral race campaign events, and school board meetings… any place where policy is being debated and employed to make a unified and clear stand for conservatives’ values and principles.  We also support the litigants of liberty. Organizations like Judicial Watch, the American Center for Law and Justice, and Alliance Defending Freedom will benefit from our unified financial support because they are the ones who will fight the legal battles up to and in the United States Supreme Court.

WE SPEAK

One of the most important reasons I became a candidate for the Senate to make my voice heard. Big tech is censoring conservatives. Legacy media is censoring conservatives. The Biden administration is censoring conservatives. The proponents of CRT are censoring conservatives.  We must speak out against the censorship of far-left liberalism and speak the truth; that they are working diligently to undermine the first amendment and silence their political opposition. This is Marxism 101.  We will not only speak out and call them out concerning their deep hypocrisy, but we will vigorously support Next-Generation Social Media platforms such as MeWe, Gettr, Frankspeech, and other social media outlets that will not abridge free speech.  This is how we preserve the First Amendment and the Constitution for our children and our grandchildren, and their children.

MY BIO

MY BIO

Leonard L. Bryant was born in February 1969 and was raised in Saluda South Carolina.  After graduating high school in 1987 he attended the University of South Carolina in Columbia.  In 1988 while in college he enlisted in the South Carolina Army National Guard as an infantryman and was assigned to the 218th Heavy Separate Brigade in Newberry South Carolina.  In 1992 he enlisted in the regular army  as a wire communications specialist and was assigned to the 5th Battalion, 9th Infantry regiment in FT Wainwright, AK.  In December of the same year he married Patrinia Blye.  They have three children; Jana (28), Faith (26), and Joy (24).

In 1996, Leonard was assigned to FT Bragg, NC in the 18th Personnel Battalion.  He was next sent to the United Nations Command Security Battalion, Joint Security Area, in Panmunjom, South Korea.  After a year in Korea, he returned to FT Bragg and was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82d Airborne Division in 1999.  In 2001, he was moved to the 3rd Battalion, 505th PIR and deployed to Afghanistan as a member of the first 82d Airborne Division units to deploy in the war on terror.  He was sent back to the 1st Battalion in the 505th to deploy with the unit to Fallujah, Iraq.  The 1st Battalion later was sent to Afghanistan late 2004 and Bryant accompanied the unit as a signal soldier to facilitate the first free elections of the country.

In May 2005, Bryant ended his time on active duty and entered the US Army reserve as a soldier in the 108th Training Command in FT Jackson, SC.   During this time he began work at the Cumberland Juvenile Detention center.   In  March 2008, Bryant was sent to the 2145th Garrison Support Unit and sent with the unit to Camp Slayer in Baghdad, Iraq.  He returned in December of that year and was reassigned to 108th Headquarters in Charlotte NC.  In July of 2009 he attended retraining to become a Religious affairs soldier.  In 2010 he resigned from the Cumberland Juvenile Detention Center and was mobilized and an activated reservist on FT Bragg.  In 2013 his mobilization ended and he returned to the 108th as the Master Religious Affairs Noncommissioned Officer for the Command.  In March 2018 he was reassigned to the 143rd ESC and was deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait as the Master Religious Affairs NCO for that unit. In January of 2019 he was brought on to active duty and assigned to the United States Army Forces Command where he served in the Chaplain Section until his retirement in April of 2020.

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