Pierce was born in 1980 in Minnesota. He began his career as a child actor, including a role in The Mighty Ducks and more. In 1997 Pierce retired from acting and became an entrepreneur in the online gaming and technology sectors. He was also an early investor in Bitcoin.
Pierce made the Integro Foundation in 2017 to help Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Pierce also founded the Brock Pierce Foundation, which supports Individual Rights in Education.
On July 5, 2020, Pierce announced his Independent candidacy for the 2020 United States presidential election as an Independent. The campaign filed registration documents with the FEC on July 7.
- America is united
- No US citizen is left behind
- An honest America
- An American that lives for each other
If Pierce is elected his plan will simply be to bring Prosperity for All. Pierce will bring prosperity for all by living by his five core principles. Pierce’s five core principles are Liberty, Healing, Humanity, Truth, and Regeneration.
Liberty- “Our inalienable rights, as stated in the United States’ Declaration of Independence, are “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” The core of these rights is human liberty, the freedom to live a happy and thriving life.
In my campaign for the office of President of the United States, I place the principle of liberty as essential to everything that I do and aspire to. I am deeply committed to transforming our systems of justice and incarceration to support this core principle.”
Healing- “Whether as individuals, businesses, and communities or as a nation, species, and planet, to heal is to go from illness to wellness, increasing our ability to function.”
“As a country, the United States of America is clearly in need of healing at every level, including our mental well-being. Our country and its people are in need of caring, to support the process of healing those things that are injured or damaged.”
“I am committed to fostering our individual and collective healing by implementing far-reaching reforms in support of this core principle.”
Humanity- “To value humanity is to value human beings, both individually and collectively. By valuing humanity, we are valuing each other for what we are: human.”
“The more we value our humanity, the more we are able to evolve and thrive both as individuals and as a unified people. When we value humanity, we are valuing compassion, understanding, acceptance, cooperation, and unity.”
“Valuing humanity in America means fostering a society where every individual and group is both respected and appreciated.”
“I am committed to the valuing of humanity as a core principle, by implementing policies that place people over profit while honoring the fundamental human rights of every individual and community.”
Truth- “Only truth can provide the foundation for our democratic society to not just function but flourish at every level. Without truth, the sharing of news, knowledge, and ideas becomes an echo-chamber of falsehood that offers only distractions and disputes.”
“An awareness of truth is required to allow the participants of our democracy to make well-informed decisions. Truth entails transparency, the humble revealing of the evidence we have and the humble admission of the evidence we lack.”
“I am committed to support the core principle of truth by ensuring the transparency of my administration and by implementing policies that encourage transparency at every level of government, education, media, business, and beyond.”
Regeneration- “America must arise again in service to all Americans. It begins with the regeneration of our lives as individuals and expands to the regeneration of our homes, our communities, our economy, our nation, and beyond.”
“It is time to transition America from an extractive, consumption-based society to a regenerative society, utilizing technology to work in harmony with the natural world.”
“I am committed to the regeneration of our society at every level to support this core principle.”