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Where’s Weyermuller? Heading to CPAC 2022 in the free state of Florida




By Mark Weyermuller

This week the Conservative Political Action Conference, commonly known as CPAC will take place February 24-28, 2022. It will be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, Florida. This conference is considered the largest gathering of conservatives in the world.

The event is sponsored by the American Conservative Union headed by Matt Schlapp. The theme this year is “We will not be cancelled —-and you don’t want to miss it.”  Many feel there will be a big focus on the midterm elections in 2022.


There will be hundreds of speakers with thousands of conservatives attending. The highlight will will be an appearance by President Donald J. Trump Friday night at 7:00pm EST.  

I’ve attended the last several years of the conference as it used to be held in Washington D.C. Last year it was moved to Florida which many considered a better run state under the leadership of Governor Ron DiSantis who also will be speaking this week.

Others speakers include Candace Owens, James O’Keefe, Lee Greenwood, Rick Scott, Ted Cruz, Glenn Beck, Lou Holtz, Mark Levin, Gov. Kristi Noem, and Ben Carson, to name a few. The official CPAC Twitter page, in a humorous post, indicated that Justin Trudeau has NOT been invited.



Watch for my coverage at IllinoisReview.com. You can follow CPAC 2022 on their various platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Most likely the conference will be shown live in C-SPAN and various television news outlets. You can still sign up to attend in person at this site. 


Mark Weyermuller is a small business person, retired real estate professional, law & order supporter, tax payer advocate, and conservative activist in Chicago. He is a citizen journalist, frequent guest on talk radio, and regular contributor to Illinois Review. 


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