Candace Amber Owens Farmer (d. 29 April 1989) is a conservative commentator and political activist.
As is known, his pro-Trump activism and criticisms against the Black Lives Matter and the Democratic Party.
Between 2017 and 2019, she worked for Turning Point USA, a group that advocates for conservatism.
Owens was raised by her older parents in Stamford, Connecticut, after her parents' divorce, and is a graduate of Stamford High School.
In 2007, when Owens was in his senior year of high school, he received racist phone threats that were learned from a car that included then-mayor Dannel Malloy's 14-year-old son.
Owens' family brought the Stamford Board of Education to federal court for failing to protect their daughter's rights. As a result of the lawsuit, the family was paid $ 37,500 in compensation.
Owens began studying journalism at the University of Rhode Island but dropped out after the first year. He worked for a period of Vogue magazine. He worked as an executive assistant at a private equity firm in 2012.
Owens was CEO of the CEO of Degree180 firm, which provided consulting, manufacturing and planning services in 2015.
The website often featured a blog that shared anti-conservative and anti-Trump content.
Owens wrote in a blog post in 2015 about Republicans that "... the old men will eventually die (hopefully they will have a comfortable death in their sleep) and then we will make the social change that we are entitled to and EXCEPTIONALLY needed FIRST." used the expressions.
Height : 5' 6½" (1,69 m)
Weight : 136.4 Ibs 62 kg