Ron watkins.

Ron watkins.


Ron watkins

Haskins, Caroline (January 8, 2021). "Twitter Has Banned Michael Flynn, Sidney Powell, And Ron Watkins For Spreading QAnon Delusions". BuzzFeed News. Retrieved January 20, 2021. Ron Watkins is associate dean of strategic innovation, a position he has held since 2017. He first joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as director of Illinois Business Consulting in 2007. Between 2012-2017 he served as senior assistant dean with various responsibilities across Gies College of Business. He has also been a lecturer in the Business Administration Department since 2008. Watkins was a US Army Armor officer, later worked in industry for over 10 years, and started three companies: a consulting firm, a trucking company, and a logistics brokerage. He continues to serves as a management consultant for numerous companies, both public and private. Watkins has also been a visiting lecturer at other universities, including Beijing JiaoTong University, Colorado University, and Millkin University. He received a BA in business and communications from Eastern Illinois University in 1996 and an MBA in 2003 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is currently pursuing a PhD in the College of Applied Health Sciences.


Gilbert, David (December 11, 2020). "Even QAnon Is Abandoning Parler, the Far-Right's Answer to Twitter". Vice News. Archived from the original on December 11, 2020. Retrieved December 12, 2020. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

He told CBS News that he sees the "Make America Great Again" wing of the Republican Party as the dominant wing, and accused GOP leaders of "trying to make money and grift" off the movement's candidates. (Source: www.cbsnews.com)

The National Republican Campaign Committee told CBS News that it does not get involved in primary elections. (Source: www.cbsnews.com)

Since announcing his run, Watkins has endorsed two Republican candidates in Arizona, posting pictures of himself with former state attorney general Tom Horne, who is running for state superintendant, and gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, an anti-mask former news host who has been endorsed by Donald Trump. (Source: nymag.com)

www.azcentral.com)Watkins was one of the key voices calling for and sharing news about the review of 2020 ballots in Maricopa County. He started a phrase, “Fraud vitiates everything,” that gained traction in both the virtual and real worlds. Even that review, which was launched by Republican state senators, concluded that Joe Biden defeated Trump in Arizona's election. (Source:

“The fake news media continues to insist that I am part of some QANON conspiracy,” he wrote on Wednesday. “As we all know, there is no QANON. What does exist are the many hardworking, God-fearing people who are breaking tyranny’s grasp over our country.” (Source: www.azcentral.com)



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