Republican Rep. Bill Johnson of Ohio has accepted an offer to serve as the next president of Youngstown State University.
His departure from Congress has sparked criticism from authoritarian leftists due to his objections to the 2020 election and his conservative political beliefs.
“As I’ve stated previously, I wasn’t looking for another job, because I love the one I have serving the people of Eastern Ohio in the U.S. House, explained Johnson. (Trending: SNL Legend Unleashes On Democrats)
After much thought and prayerful deliberation, I have accepted the offer to lead Youngstown State University and will not be seeking an 8th term in Congress. As I’ve stated previously, I wasn’t looking for another job, because I love the one I have serving the people of Eastern…
— Rep. Bill Johnson (@RepBillJohnson) November 21, 2023
“This was an extremely difficult decision,” Johnson confessed.
Johnson, known for his principled stance on crucial issues, will likely face organized protests in his new role, but it is hoped that he will have the fortitude to withstand the opposition and bring positive change to the university.