Jonathan Van Ness is no stranger to speaking out about his political views. But after opening up about being HIV-positive in his new book Over the Top, the Queer Eye star is ready to endorse a presidential candidate over her health care policies.
he 32-year-old LGBTQ advocate went on to explain the hours-long and $3,500 process that he went through to replace the necessary medication that he forgot to bring with him on a trip from New York to Pennsylvania.
Ultimately, he reminded the audience that the way he was able to rectify the situation isn’t an option for most people. Here’s what we have about his open endorsement.
The moment he knew after making a compelling argument about Trump’s presidency causing all the wrong thing in the world and then leaving the stage, Van Ness took to his Twitter to officially announce the endorsement.
VanNess then posted a video of a phone conversation he had with Warren when she called to thank him for the endorsement. When the future president calls you, he wrote. Fight for a cause an interview with The New York Times published last week, Jonathan Van Ness revealed he is HIV positive.
The Queer Eye star shared that he was diagnosed with HIV at 25 and decided to open up about it his new memoir because these are issues that need to be talked about.
This issue and the high cost of treatment also prompted Van Ness' a decision to endorse Senator Elizabeth Warren for president.
An accident by chance a Ness added that he accidentally blurted out his support for Warren during his podcast interview with the acting head of Planned Parenthood. Then, he decided to just go with it and publicly endorse her.