Posted originally on the conservative tree house on October 13, 2021 | Sundance | 188 Comments
Progressive Democrats, Wall Street multinationals and the RNC establishment are pouring money into Republican incumbents like Liz Cheney in order to keep the UniParty structure as strong as possible in Washington DC. The RNC, led by Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, is upholding a club rule not to give any Republican Party funding to primary challengers. Ronna McDaniel plays for the other team.
Up until now, it has been grassroots donations funding GOP candidates/challengers who seek to defeat the DeceptiCons in the 2022 primary races. However, some big money is coming in on our side to help the cause. Removing Liz Cheney is one of the top priorities.
According to the latest campaign contributions, constantly reviewed by the Politico strategy team who are aligning the Democrat defenses against a massive MAGA wave next year, PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel, a friend of the blue-collar billionaire team and a Main Street MAGA supporter, is now stepping in to assist the challengers with financing.
(Politico) Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney’s primary challenger landed former President Donald Trump’s endorsement before she even officially launched her campaign. Now, she’s cashing big checks from Trump’s biggest donors — including tech billionaire Peter Thiel.
Thiel has contributed the maximum-allowed, $5,800 check to Harriet Hageman, the Trump-endorsed attorney running against Cheney in next year’s Republican primary. The former president has made Cheney, an outspoken critic who voted for his impeachment in January, his top target in the 2022 election, and now big-money benefactors like Thiel are piling into the race.
[…] The list of major Trump donors included on Hageman’s third-quarter fundraising report, which is set to be publicly released Friday, also includes Wyoming transportation executive Timothy Mellon, who was the single biggest giver to the principal pro-Trump super PAC, America First Action, during the 2020 election. Dallas real estate executive James Mabrey, Apple associate general counsel Douglas Vetter and Florida medical company executive Peter Lamelas also gave to Hageman. Other big names include Lynette Friess, the widow of Republican mega-donor and prominent Trump backer Foster Friess.
He has also contributed to army veteran Joe Kent, a challenger to Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Wash.), who, like Cheney, voted for Trump’s impeachment in January. Thiel, a PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor, met with Trump for over an hour at his Bedminster golf club last month, according to two people familiar with the sit-down. (read more)
Here’s the Ten DeceptiCon House members who voted to impeach President Trump over a totally bogus accusation. These ten House Republican members also supported Nancy Pelosi in creating the January 6th Commission to help re-elect Democrats. [*Note Anthony Gonzalez (OH) already conceded and will not run again]
♦ Valdao is being challenged in California by Chris Mathys [ Website Here ]
♦ Kinzinger is being challenged in Illinois by Catalina Lauf [ Website Here]
♦ Meijer is being challenged in Michigan by Tom Norton [ Website Here]
♦ Upton is being challenged in Michigan by Steve Carra [ Website Here]
♦ Cheney is being challenged in Wyoming by Harriet Hageman [Website Here]
♦ John Katko (NY-24) is currently uncontested [ Need Primary Candidate]
Gonzalez is being challenged in Ohio by Max Miller [ Website Here ]
♦ Tom Rice is being challenged in South Carolina by Ken Richardson [ Website Here ]
♦ Herrera-Beutler is being challenged in Washington State by Joe Kent [ Website Here ]
♦ Newhouse is being challenged in Washington State by Loren Culp [ Website Here ]
If you’ve been in the battle for a while, you know what to do:
Select a candidate or candidates that you want to support. Then send them money, no amount is too small.
Second, it’s okay if you cannot send them money. Share this link with your friends, family, community and tribe. Distributing the message is just as valuable, if not more, than sending a direct donation.
Post links to the primary challenger you support on Facebook, Twitter and all your social media platforms. Help get out the word. Make a weekly reminder to keep doing this and spread your message out on different days and different times so you catch the maximum visibility.
If you live in the area, donate your time to help the candidate. If you do not live in the area, you may still volunteer your time to do phone calls, emails and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) efforts. Take action.
Be very visible with your support (yard signs etc). If the candidate doesn’t have the resources for signs, stickers etc, MAKE YOUR OWN.
Even if the candidate does have signs etc, remember you can save them campaign expenses if you make your own. Think big and act. Some of the most successful challenges have nothing to do with money, and everything to do with organization and determination.
Remember also, YOU MATTER. No amount of effort is too small. If you are new to the grassroot effort, think like an insurgent. Simple post-it notes left around (gas pumps, restaurants, etc) supporting your candidate are a simple and effective way to send a message. Keep imprinting the name. Simple post-it notes can have a big impact with name imprint: Ex. “Support Catalina Lauf“, written with a sharpie on a post-it note. That’s it. That’s all it needs to say. It puts the message out.
Keep all messages positive. We are all in the same foxhole. Put your support behind those who are standing up. Do not sit silent while our candidates stand in front of the fury of entrenched opposition. Stand with them. STAND.
If you are in the area of one of these challenges, network with the community and volunteer for anything you are able. No effort is too small, even making coffee or helping run errands can be a big assist. Key point…. keep making the offer even if there is nothing currently available that fits your schedule or ability.
When you turn your thoughts into action, you will be amazed at how positive your frame-of-mind becomes. Taking action is empowering.