Skip to comments.Dem Super PAC pushes "Weak" GOP US House candidates
Posted on 06/17/2022 4:04:11 AM PDT by Don@VB
RIO RANCHO, N.M. (AP) - A liberal super PAC is jumping into a New Mexico contested GOP U.S. House primary and running commercials in apparent support of a President Donald Trump ally that Democrats believe they can defeat in November.
Patriot Majority PAC began airing television commercials Saturday attacking oil executive Claire Chase for previous critical social media posts about Trump while praising former state lawmaker Yvette Herrell for supporting Trump’s border wall.
“There’s Santa Fe lobbyist Claire Chase who opposed President Trump, calling him an (expletive) unworthy of the office,” a voice says while pictures of Chase are aired. “Or there’s Yvette Herrell. She’s 100% loyal to Trump, backed by 11 pro-gun sheriffs and Cowboys for Trump.”
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
Polls have shown that Republican voters remain strong supporters of Trump and the three-way GOP U.S. House primary race has centered around candidates expressing their loyalty to the president.Spending reports reviewed by The Associated Press show that Patriot Majority PAC bought nearly $200,000 of ads to influence Republican voters in New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District primary on June 2.
The Center for Public Integrity said Patriot Majority PAC was founded by veteran Democratic Party operative Craig Varoga in 2009 to support Democratic candidates.
The ad comes as Democrats have expressed fears that Chase would be a tougher candidate for Democratic U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small in the historic Republican-leaning district along the U.S.-Mexico
Whatever. At this point, the democrats are going to have trouble defeating a dead cat
This is also happening in Virginia’s second congressional district targeting GOP candidate Jen Kiggins. It was reported on WNIS Radio (AM 790 Norfolk, VA) yesterday. Apparently, this is occurring nationwide, Democrats doing what Democrats normally do.
Tune in to WNIS AM 790 today at 9am (Kerry and Mike Program) Use the WNIS app.... Hopefully, they will follow up on this story. PS it’s a great show.
These people are playing a very peculiar political game because they operate under the assumption voters share their TDS so Trump supporters are easy to beat. Instead, they are guaranteeing an expansion of the Freedom Caucus.
While I encourage the continuation of this “operation chaos” tactic, I’m also grateful the opposition is that dumb.
Wow, how stupid. They think a Trump backed candidate would be easier to beat? They believe their own BS.
The negative ads against Jen Kiggans are really nasty, painting her as an extreme liberal. Big bucks are being spent here on mailers, TV and radio. In a 3-4 way primary race it could make a difference.
Lol--looking forward to the RAT cult getting a dead cat bounce in October polling.
A liberal super PAC is jumping into a New Mexico contested GOP U.S. House primary and running commercials in apparent support of a President Donald Trump ally that Democrats believe they can defeat in November.
The Stupid Party apparently isn’t the only stupid party. Libs seem to think a strong republican candidate will be easy to defeat. The reality is the wishy-washy republican candidates are the ones easy to defeat.
Not unexpected. When the Rats don’t think they can win outright, they will try to get a RINO on the ticket who will vote with them at least part of the time.
Here’s what’s happening in Virginia’s Second Congressional District:
Democrats Fear Sen. Jen Kiggans — Kerry:
This is BS. Reality is that RINOs are afraid of the conservatives in the primary - so they’re pushing the mantra that the conservatives are unelectable in the general - then saying that Demonrat operatives are the source.
“Make a better choice.”
NEVER VOTE DEMOCRAT and now you know why.
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