Ex-Ohio State QB Cardale Jones’ cease at Mike Pence’s rally wasn’t political


Former Ohio State star Cardale Jones was seen taking images with followers and even acquired a shoutout from Vice President Mike Pence at a marketing campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday. 

The quarterback, nonetheless, insisted that he wasn’t there for any political causes. 

Jones instructed the Columbus Dispatch that, “I don’t speak politics,” when requested straight on the rally, after which took to Twitter to make his stance clear after images of him on the rally surfaced.

“I used to be there to assist an area enterprise who hosted the occasion,” Jones wrote on Twitter with out naming the enterprise. “No political or social attachment. Simply assist for the enterprise!!”

Jones performed for the Buckeyes from 2013-15 and led them to a nationwide title throughout the 2014 season, the primary beneath the brand new School Soccer Playoff format. He was chosen by the Buffalo Payments within the fourth spherical of the 2016 draft, however appeared in only one sport. The 27-year-old final performed within the XFL. 

Pence, talking alone on the marketing campaign path in Ohio whereas Trump is in Florida for a separate rally, gave Jones and the Buckeyes’ nationwide title staff a shoutout throughout his speech. 

Jones didn’t say who he was planning on voting for within the upcoming election, however did affirm on Twitter that he’ll really forged a vote. 

Till he makes up his thoughts, Jones mentioned he plans to study as a lot as doable.

Cardale Jones was noticed at Mike Pence’s marketing campaign rally in Columbus on Monday, and even acquired a shoutout from the Vice President throughout his speech. (AP/Bradley Leeb, File)

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