(Big League Politics) – The Trump PAC has released a powerful ad calling for RINOs to be voted out, singling out several of the worst offenders in the U.S. House and Senate.
The ad calls out Republican Reps. John Katko (NY), Tom Rice (SC), Don Bacon (NE), Don Young (AK), Fred Upton (MI), Peter Meijer (MI), Andrew Garbarino (NY), David McKinley (WV), Nancy Mace (SC), Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA), Chris Smith (NJ), Liz Cheney (WY), and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (AK) as RINOs who need to be voted out, noting that three Republican traitors have already quit.
The video can be seen here:
Vote out the RINOs, sellouts, and losers. pic.twitter.com/7o14OcbYEe
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) November 17, 2021
This follows a recent message distributed by President Trump through his Save America PAC which singled out these same disreputable and disgraceful lawmakers.
“Any interest from good and SMART America First Republican Patriots to run primary campaigns against Representatives Tom Rice, John Katko, Don Bacon, Don Young, Fred Upton (challenge accepted), Andrew Garbarino, Peter Meijer (challenge accepted), David McKinley (challenge accepted), Nancy Mace, Jaime Herrera Beutler (challenge accepted) and Chris Smith? You will have my backing!” Trump stated.
“Gonzalez, Kinzinger, and Reed already QUIT, they are out of politics, hopefully for good. Warmonger Liz Cheney (challenge accepted) is on the SKIDS with a 19% approval rating. Saving America starts by saving the GOP from RINOs, sellouts, and known losers! In the Senate, the “Disaster from Alaska,” Lisa Murkowski (challenge accepted), must go. There is “almost” nobody worse!” he added.
Big League Politics has reported on how primary challengers are gaining traction as they fight against the enraged RINOs:
“New polling of a hot Republican primary in Washington’s third Congressional district shows Green Beret and Army veteran leading a liberal Republican who voted to impeach President Donald Trump in January.
The poll of the Trafalgar Group, surveyed last week, shows Kent leading both incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler and the district’s Democrat candidate, Brett Hennrich. A strong majority of likely Republican primary voters prefer a candidate other than Herrara Buetler, making it highly likely a Republican other than the incumbent will receive nomination to represent the voters of the district in rural Washington. The primary election will occur in August 2022.
Herrara Buetler has become a target of criticism among Washington Republicans after she voted to impeach President Donald Trump, in what amounted to as a betrayal of Trump as he was leaving office. The five-term incumbent could become the latest of impeachment-voting Republicans to leave office in a backlash from their own constituencies.
Kent has staked out his candidacy on President Trump’s ‘America First’ policy agenda, supporting a moratorium on all immigration, protectionist economic policies, buffed election integrity measures, a ban on critical race theory in government and education, and placing American interests first in foreign policy considerations.“
Trump is getting serious about fighting the RINOs. This is how a solidly “America First” GOP can be achieved.