Brotherhood-linked Congressman Keith Ellison is giving up his ultra-safe seat in the U.S. House of Representatives to run for the post of attorney general of Minnesota, a risky move in a state that isn't as radically left-wing as his home district.
The primary election is Aug. 14.
Ellison, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) deputy chairman who essentially endorsed the violent anarchists and communists of the subversive Antifa movement, claims he wants to be the North Star State's top lawyer to litigate away in a quest for justice.
"It was attorneys general who led the fight against [President Trump's so-called] Muslim ban," Ellison said after filing his paperwork on the final day allowed. "I want to be a part of that fight."
"As Attorney General, I will push for equal rights under the law, for commonsense gun safety laws, and for criminal justice reform that ends unjust policies and creates a pathway for Minnesotans to reenter as contributing members of society."