deez nuts

Independent presidential candidate Deez Nuts gets a mash up of his name.
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Deez Nuts, the 15-year-old Iowan really named Brady Olson, has shaken things up this week with his Independent run for the White House.

The campaign has done many things in the short time that its been around. It has inspired hope.

It has also forced many, many news anchors to actually say the name of the fictional candidate. This is perhaps Deez Nuts' greatest achievement.

Without further ado, feast your ears on the compilation:


Have you guys heard of #Deeznuts ? He's running for president!

Posted by WTF Magazine on Thursday, August 20, 2015

If he bows out of the rest of the election right now, he would still have done his country a very great service indeed.

Deez Nuts is hot on the heels of Donald Trump's lead in North Carolina polls.
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Well, it looks like Donald Trump has a new rival for the votes of North Carolinians.

Public Policy Polling has discovered some rising approval numbers for a new Independent candidate — Deez Nuts of Wallingford, Iowa.

Finally another declared independent candidate, Deez Nuts, polls at 9% in North Carolina to go along with his 8% in Minnesota and 7% in Iowa in our recent polling. Trump leads Clinton 40/38 when he's in the mix.

This caught the eye of the campaign media and the high numbers, which are above Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and Scott Walker for the state, have only grown the attention towards his campaign.

So, yeah.

But it doesn't end there.

Deez Nuts, who is apparently a 15-year-old sophomore in high school named Brady Olson has actually set up a campaign website for himself, which includes a detailed platform.

Surprisingly, the platform's stances seem sincere and well-considered. Deez Nuts has a more conservative view of immigration reform although he believe in choice as far as abortion rights.

He also lays out a surprisingly detailed stance on territorial voting rights:

I support giving citizens in our American territories voting rights. I also support giving American Samoan citizens automatic US citizenship. I would give Puerto Rico 3 electoral votes since Puerto Rico is bigger than many states. Guam, the US Virgin Islands, and the Northern Marianas all get 2 since they are smaller, but still incorporated territories. Finally, American Samoa would only get 1 since it is still considered an "unincorporated" territory. This would bring the total of electoral votes from 538 to 548.

We all know who should be the newcomer's campaign manager.

Would you vote for him?

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