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Jonathon Sharkey

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Jonathon Sharkey
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Born (1964-04-02) April 2, 1964 (age 56)
Other namesRocky Adonis Flash,[1] Lord Ares[2]
Known forPerennial candidate, Professional wrestler
Political partyRepublican
Independent (2004, 2008)
Reform (2000)
Spouse(s)Oksana Shavaryn-Sharkey[3]

Jonathon Tepes Sharkey[3] (born John Albert Sharkey; April 2, 1964) is an American perennial candidate and former professional wrestler. He resides in Florida and initially attempted to run for President as a Republican in 2012.[4] On August 24, 2011, he formally ended his presidential campaign.[5]


Sharkey was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey and joined the United States Army in 1981. Following his discharge on medical grounds in 1983, he studied at Kansas State University.[6] He formerly lived in Minnesota but moved to Florida in 2010.[7] Sharkey has three living children, and a fourth child who is now deceased.[8]

A drummer since the age of 5, as well as a guitarist, Sharkey is endorsed by Soultone Cymbals, and has recorded an album of Elvis Presley cover songs. He has also appeared in several films, both as an actor and as a soundtrack composer.[6]

Wrestling career

Originally a boxer,[6] Sharkey began wrestling in 1988. He began his career with  Larry Sharpe's WWA promotion, facing "Diamond Jim" Brady in a boxer vs. wrestler match. Following this, he worked with a number of other wrestling promoters including Rocky Johnson, father of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. He cites his greatest wrestling influences as Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat.[8]

Beliefs and vampirism

Sharkey says he first drank blood at age five and now consumes the blood of his girlfriends and mistresses twice a week.[9][10] He has described his vampirism as "a very healthy thing to do" and has praised Hollywood for making vampire feeding practices "romantic and erotic". He drinks only women's blood because "women are beautiful... they have such beautiful necks and arms".[11] He says he is well known within the vampire community, and says he drinks cow and pig blood.[12]

Sharkey is a Luciferian[8] who "turned against God" because he would not worship a God who "caused the deaths of innocent children" and "allowed his only son to be used as a sacrifice on the cross".[11] He compares Lucifer to the Founding Fathers of the United States, arguing that they both exemplify the idea of rebellion against tyranny.[8] He says he doesn't hate Jesus, just God the Father, and that he follows the goddess Hecate in addition to Lucifer.[8]

Political positions

He has described his policy on crime as follows: "Certain criminals, instead of being put in jail, they should be brutally tortured and impaled.... Upon them being found guilty of their crimes I'll beat them, torture them, dismember them and decapitate them."[10] In an appearance on Tucker Carlson's television show, he agreed with the host's description of him as "not simply a vampire, [but] a right-wing vampire" and said his policy for dealing with drug dealers is to "go to Sicilian families and have them attack the drug dealers for me".[11]

Sharkey strongly criticized President George W. Bush, whom he described as a "wuss" and a communist who was responsible for the deaths of innocent Americans in Saudi Arabia and Iraq. He has expressed a desire to try, and convict, and impale Bush,[11] and has since said that "Obama is even worse than Bush, and I never thought anyone could be worse than Bush. He has no idea how to run a country, nor should he be running a country."[8]

Sharkey once served on the Hillsborough County, Florida Republican Party's Executive Committee. A. J. Matthews, who also serves on the committee, has described Sharkey as someone who believes in "Republican values" but said that Sharkey needs to focus on campaign issues rather than "extreme behaviors".[13]

Sharkey says that he would ban abortion and the teaching of evolution in public schools. On other social issues, he leans libertarian; he supports equal rights for gays. He opposes President Obama's health care reform and said that he would replace it with a plan of his own in which the poor would receive free medical and dental care; the expenses would be paid with government taxes on marijuana and prostitution, which Sharkey supports legalizing and regulating. On foreign policy, he wishes to bring American troops home from foreign war zones. In keeping with his belief in the goddess Hecate, he supports environmentalism and "protecting Mother Earth". He said that his ideal running mate would be former New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman. During the 2012 election, he criticized Republican rival Michele Bachmann as "too flakey for me".[8]

Political campaigns

Sharkey has filed with the Federal Election Commission to run for President of the United States twice as an Independent candidate (in 2004[14] and in 2008[15]) and once as a Republican candidate (in 2012[4][5]). He has run for Congress in at least three states—his home State of New Jersey (1999–2000, Republican),[16] Indiana (Reform Party, 2000)[17] and Florida (2001–02, Republican).[18] In 2006, he ran for governor of Minnesota.[19]

Legal troubles

Sharkey was investigated by the United States Secret Service for threatening to impale President George W. Bush. Agents visited Sharkey at his home for questioning. A spokesman for the Secret Service said that he didn't believe the investigation was an overreaction.[20] He has also been jailed in Tennessee for making threats against an Indiana judge. Investigators confiscated two rifles and a wooden stake with spikes at his house. While in Tennessee he had reportedly attempted to set up a colony for vampires.[12][21] He has also been accused of "brainwashing" a 16-year-old girl in Minnesota, whose family now has a restraining order against him, and has admitted to harassing another 16-year-old Minnesota girl online.[13]

Sharkey's 2006 bid for Minnesota governor was cut short after Sharkey was arrested by Minnesota police on an outstanding Indiana arrest warrant, sent to Mille Lacs County jail and extradited to Indiana.[1]

In 2010, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children issued an alert after a 16-year-old girl, Paige Brewer, from Faribault, Minnesota ran away with Sharkey. The alert described Brewer as an "endangered runaway". Brewer's mother eventually won a court order keeping Sharkey away from her daughter, who was taken into custody by police [22] and returned home.[23]


  1. ^ a b Dregni, Eric (2006). Weird Minnesota: your travel guide to Minnesota's local legends and best kept secrets Sterling. pg. 99. ISBN 1-4027-3908-7
  2. ^ Stevens, Nick (August 2, 2011). "Assessing the Future of the Republican Party". The Marshalltown.
  3. ^ a b "Racing nurse plans to put winnings to good use - Story | FOX 13 Tampa Bay". Retrieved 17 May 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Impaler For President 2012; The". Federal Election Commission. Archived from the original on 2008-09-19.
  5. ^ a b "Miscellaneous Report To FEC: RE: P80002884 The Impaler For President 2012" (PDF). Federal Election Commission. August 17, 2011. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 4, 2015.
  6. ^ a b c "Soultone Artist: Jonathon The Impaler Sharkey". Soultone Percussion. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
  7. ^ Sparber, Max (March 2, 2010). "The House fails to override Pawlenty's GAMC veto -- what now?". MinnPost.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g Chhibber, Ranjan (June 28, 2011). "The Impaler enters the Republican Presidential fray". Slam Sports. Archived from the original on January 15, 2013.
  9. ^ Hamilton, Lindsay (June 23, 2007). "Vampires and Prohibitionists for President". ABC News.
  10. ^ a b "Vampire for President? So Far 77 White House Hopefuls File Paperwork for 2012 Election".
  11. ^ a b c d "The Situation with Tucker Carlson (transcript)". NBC News. NBC News. January 16, 2006.
  12. ^ a b "Self-Proclaimed Vampire King Wants To Create Commune". News channel 5. October 1, 2008.
  13. ^ a b Pransky, Noah (March 15, 2010). "Florida vampire to run for president". WTSP-TV. Archived from the original on August 11, 2011.
  14. ^ "FEC Disclosure Report — Hurricane For President - 2004". Federal Election Commission.
  15. ^ "FEC Disclosure Report — The Impaler For President-2008". Federal Election Commission. Archived from the original on 2008-09-19.
  16. ^ "FEC Disclosure Report — Flash, Rocky (House — New Jersey)". Federal Election Commission.
  17. ^ "FEC Disclosure Report — Rocky Flash For US Senate 2000". Federal Election Commission.
  18. ^ "FEC Disclosure Report — Flash, Rocky (House — Florida)". Federal Election Commission.
  19. ^ Sharkey's defunct website related to his run for Governor of Minnesota (archived): home page, agenda
  20. ^ "'Impaler' pledges to impale Bush".
  21. ^ "So-Called Vampire Jailed For Threatening Bush, Court Official". News Channel 5. October 1, 2008.
  22. ^ Van Denburg, Hart (February 18, 2010). "Jonathan Sharkey's teen girlfriend taken into custody by Faribault police". City Pages.
  23. ^ Van Denburg, Hart (February 23, 2010). "Paige Brewer released to mother, Jonathon Sharkey rides Greyhound out of town". City Pages.
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