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Wednesday, August 03, 2022

Trump sweeps Arizona

The Arizona Republican Party in Arizona is cleaner today after all the Trump-backed candidates swept the state's primaries. 

The big win was by former state Sen. David Farnsworth. He knocked out the state Speaker of the House, Rusty Bowers, who ran for the state Senate. Bowers could not seek another term in the House under the state term-limits rule. Farnsworth will run unopposed.

You know this was a big win because the media was in mourning this morning.

The Hill sobbed, "Jan. 6 witness Rusty Bowers loses to Trump-backed challenger in Arizona."

Its story said, "Trump’s endorsement is part of a larger revenge tour against Republicans whom he believes have crossed him following the 2020 election and Capitol attack."

Imagine that. Actions have consequences.

NBC sobbed, "Bowers, who has served a combined 17 years between Arizona’s state House and Senate, received the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award this year for his handling of the post-election period. His race served as the first and possibly only test this cycle of whether a Republican can publicly cross Trump before the Jan. 6 panel and still win a GOP primary — one that took place while Bowers’ testimony was still fresh in voters’ minds. "

A JFK award tells Republicans all they need to know about a candidate.

Bowers dismissed Farnsworth as a back-bencher.

Republicans dismissed Bowers as a hack.

Almost as important was the secretary of state race. Mark Finchem campaigned on opposing election fraud. That should be a winner in November. As we learned in 2020, he who counts the votes matter more than the voters.

Zero Hedge reported, "Trump-backed candidates in other states also did well on Tuesday, including Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon - who he praised at a rally he headlined in Michigan, before formally endorsing her on Friday after Democrats spent seven-figures trying to knock her off the trail in the final weeks of the primary campaign, Fox News reports."

Trumpenfreude Alert!

Zero Hedge also said, "Also in Michigan, Trump scored a win after the primary defeat of Rep. Peter Meijer -- one of ten House Republicans who voted to impeach the former president over the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot. Meijer's loss means that the Grand Rapids-based 3rd district seat will be a closely watched House contest in November's midterm elections."

John Gibbs defeated Meijer. Gibbs is a former software developer who served in the Trump administration as an acting assistant secretary in the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

Trump is doing what no former president has ever done. He is re-shaping the party by primarying those who sold us out, especially on January 6. 

Let us review. Trump had an actual peaceful rally of 250,000 on the National Mall.

Law enforcement opened the Capitol doors to a few people and then treated them as insurrectionists in an entrapment. Capitol Police Lieutenant Michael Byrd shot an unarmed Ashli Babbitt, which made him a hero because it allows the press to say the demonstration led to violence.

Trump is cleaning up the mess left by decades of voters mindlessly re-electing people who do not really represent them. 

Bowers, Meijer and the rest will now openly work against Republicans in November. House cleaning is messy but necessary after so much neglect.

18 comments:

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    1. Randy says: Too close to call, with middle-of-the-night shenanigans and ballot issues, but Kari is currently a razor thin margin ahead.

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    2. Everyone so sure of GOP blowout in november needs to realize Kari Lake had double digit lead in respectable polls going in. Yet the mail in votes and "early" voting no doubt by dead people, voters no longer living in AZ and outright fraud has made this race very tight. Get ready for the same sort of BS in 2024. We are not blind, regardless of how many articles say the repubs will rule.

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    3. Wishful thinking gets you nowhere, but you always have vote fraud, Jeffery.

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  2. "House cleaning is messy but necessary after so much neglect."
    Agree. It's long past due to flush out the septic tank.

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  3. "Trump’s endorsement is part of a larger revenge tour "

    They say this a lot and its funny because they say it like its a bad thing. They ain't seen nothin yet.

    "against Republicans whom he believes have crossed him following the 2020 election"

    So the Republicans who elected Trump president believe that the Republicans they also elected in their states should respect their chosen leader. Imagine that.

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    1. What he actually did was seek out candidates who recognized the election fraud and who committed to election integrity reform. That the MSM hacks are calling it revenge tells the world it was as real as we know it was.

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    1. One would think even Kevin Costner with his millions can't buy her re-election, even though he did help get Obama and pete buttboy in office.

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    2. “How did Kevin Costner go from Dancing with Wolves to slumming with RINOs?”

      - Lauren Boebert tweet on Costner supporting the wretched Cheney.

      HPB

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    3. I enjoyed the CNN "reporter" in Cheyenne looking for Cheney supporters. No takers.

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  5. I can't wait for the President Trump "revenge tour!"

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    1. That's gonna be a very sought out tee shirt!

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  6. Please remember the democrat plants in the protest that did the actual damage and threatened violence in the Capitol.

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  7. If it wasn't Trump's party before, it sure is now.

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  8. Trumpenboner is a better description.

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  9. probably a good idea to find the house that has fallen into the septic tank and redesign location

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