Wednesday 20 July 2022

Alaska RINO Lisa Murkowski Courts Senate Democrats for Support in a Brazen Move Against Alaska Voters


Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is doing so poorly in Alaska that she is openly welcoming Democrats to help her win her campaign. 

Lisa Murkowski is a piece of work.  The daughter of former Alaska governor and Senator Frank Murkowski, Lisa took over when her father left office in the early 2000s and has held her seat ever since.  Frank Murkowski was a senator starting in 1981 so there has been a Murkowski US senator from Alaska for over 40 years.

The conservative movement saw Lisa Murkowski’s true colors during the Trump Administration.

Fellow RINO Mitch McConnell announced his support for Murkowski and in April pledged $7 million to her campaign.  Imagine if the GOP spent money on America First candidates who will stand up to the socialists and communists on the left?

George Bush of the legacy GOP is also backing Murkowski.  Under Trump the true colors of the GOP were unveiled for all to see.

Senate Republicans who hate their voting base are backing Murkowski as well.  They are part of the establishment that feels that Americans work for them, not the other way around.  This group of GOP politicians give the left everything they want.  It’s more important to have a happy relationship with the elites than save the country.

But the Alaska GOP knows Murkowski well and they are joining President Trump and America in backing Murkowski’s opponent in the upcoming primary, Kelly Tshibaka.

Now it’s getting so bad for Murkowski that she is leaning on Democrats for help.  Yahoo reports:

Jeanne Shaheen offered to campaign for her. Angus King directed money to her. And Mark Warner’s open to endorsing her whenever it helps most.

No, she’s not a Democrat. She’s Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.

“I don’t want to get Lisa in trouble … Lisa is one of my very favorite Republicans, and if the Republican Party were comprised of center-right people like her, the country would be much better off,” said Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii). “She’s a friend. And I think it would be a loss for Alaska if she were no longer serving in the Senate.”

One thing keeping Schatz from endorsing her officially? His state party “calls for the expulsion of anybody who does that sort of thing.”

As Murkowski tries to fend off a challenge from Donald Trump-backed candidate Kelly Tshibaka, the centrist is appealing to a broad home-state coalition that contains many left-leaning Democrats and independents.

Murkowski voted for Biden’s radical socialist Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court.  This judge will never be a judge that adheres to the Constitution.  She will vote radical left forever.

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