Kelli Ward Declares ‘No Future for Weak Republicans’
Aug 12, 2017
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kelli Ward’s op-ed entitled “Jeff Flake is trying to have it both ways: Kelli Ward” was published by USA Today yesterday evening, August 3. We’re sharing it below in case you missed it. Please take a few moments to review Dr. Ward’s strong indictment against her opponent U.S. Senator Jeff Flake:
Jeff Flake’s book, Conscience of a Conservative, is the latest example of the blind Trump hatred emanating from a small group of self-righteous “Republicans” who join the radical left in an effort to delegitimize the president.
Flake and his fellow elitists in Washington, D.C., think that President Trump is the problem. But Republican voters knew exactly what they were doing, and more specifically, who they were rejecting when they overwhelmingly supported candidate Trump over more than a dozen “traditional” GOP candidates.
Flake’s been splashed across the pages of liberal news outlets, parroting the smear that those of us who support Trump do so out of ignorance, hatred or bigotry. He’s ignored that since the rise of the Tea Party, the Republican base is fed up with a party that never follows through on its promises.
Flake may have once wanted to limit the scope of government, but his nearly two decades in Washington prove that he’s too weak to get it done. During his tenure, the government has grown excessively, and our national debt has doubled to nearly $20 trillion. My conservative conscience is more concerned with that, not with battling our president.
Flake is trying to have it both ways. He writes a book attacking Trump, while sending out fundraising pitches to wealthy donors claiming to stand with the president: pure swamp.
While Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are in desperate need of conservative reinforcements, Flake is more interested in his popularity on the D.C. cocktail circuit and currying favor with the liberal media.
In the critical 2016 election, Flake bragged about voting for third-party spoiler Evan McMullin. If Flake had his way, one of the intellectual titans of conservatism, Justice Antonin Scalia, would have been replaced by Merrick Garland or one of Hillary Clinton’s liberals.
If Flake really wants to see government shrink, he should start by voting accordingly or accept his failures and not seek re-election.
There is no future for weak Republicans; we the people are making America great again.
Kelli Ward, a family physician and former Arizona state senator, is opposing Sen. Jeff Flake in the GOP primary.
Herman Cain Lays Verbal Smackdown on “Songbird” McCain
Aug 12, 2017 by Andrew West
As Donald Trump continues to collect detractors in our government, no one has been more synonymous with the anti-Trump movement than John McCain.
The supposedly republican Senator and war participant has been an extremely vocal critic of the President in recent weeks, famously taking a stand against Trump’s healthcare reform policies with a publicity stunt of a nay vote. McCain joins the ranks of several other key anti-Trump republicans such as Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan, all of whom seem hellbent on making life difficult for the controversial and unique President.
Now, as John McCain continues to hide behind his military service and his recent cancer diagnosis, Herman Cain has entered they fray to let the world know how he really feels about the right wing traitor.
“Former presidential candidate Herman Cain (R-Ga.) said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is ‘the biggest bozo on Capitol Hill.
“Cain said he respects McCain’s valor in Vietnam – in which he spent several years in the infamous Hanoi Hilton – but that his legislative service leaves much to be desired.
“‘I respect him for his military service. But, I do not respect him for stabbing the American people in the back [on ObamaCare repeal],’ Cain said.
“McCain cast the deciding vote against the Senate’s final iteration of ObamaCare repeal legislation, tipping the scales for the Democrats.”
This is far from being McCain’s first foray into the world of treachery.
Known for his flip-flopping ways, McCain has built a bit of a reputation for himself in Washington D.C. Now, as the long-standing Senator from Arizona continues to attack the President and his America First agenda, our nation’s people are losing their patience and their sympathy for the Beltway insider and establishment shill.