Conservative activist and personality Scott Presler, who spent two years working to “defeat Hillary Clinton” and getting young people registered to vote, revealed that he is producing a reality show that will showcase his life on the road.
The reality show called “The American Persistence,” which will debut exclusively on RSBN in spring 2022, will focus on showing Scott’s real life on the road and demonstrating what it takes to register voters and flip counties red.
Presler, who also organizes nationwide clean-up efforts in cities like Baltimore and San Francisco, has gained recognition within the conservative community by working on GOP campaigns and helping Republican candidates like Texas Gov. Greg Abbot (R) and Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin (R) net new GOP voters and get into office.
Additionally, Presler received the distinguished Ronald Reagan Award last year at CPAC, an occasion that he said was “really an honor,” and was a message that “you can do it too.”
Presler’s new reality show project will follow his life on the road for the next year, showcasing his life and work, “and more importantly, everything that’s going to go into taking back the House, and Senate, and having a decisive and overwhelming Republican victory in 2022.”
Additionally, Presler’s new show will give an in-depth look at the day-to-day grind of conservative activism, shedding light on what it actually takes to get on the streets and encourage American citizens to get involved in the political process.
“It will show you the behind-the-scenes, you know?” Presler said. “Behind the Wizard-of-Oz curtain of me staying at people’s homes and what’s that like and me cuddling with people’s animals across the country.”
“The American Persistence” is sure to be a hit with fans of Scott Presler, as well as conservative Americans who believe in the importance and integrity of walking the walk and getting involved in the processes afforded to us in a constitutional republican. Presler added in his interview, “I think it’s going to give people a unique view not only of my life but everything that goes into registering voters, and how I really do what I do.”