Lou Barletta Visits Garnet Valley — Lou Barletta, who is this year’s Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania, will hold a meet and greet, noon, tomorrow, Oct. 13 at the Belmont Community Clubhouse, 1050 Belmont Lane, Garnet Valley, Pa. 19060.
The election is Nov. 6. Barletta is an infinitely better choice than the do-nothing waste of space and tax dollars now burdening this great Commonwealth in the Senate.
Diamond And Silk Back Scott Wagner — Famed internet commentators Diamond and Silk will make an appearance for Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner Oct. 26 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue, 4200 City Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19131.
Wagner Claims GOP Insiders Want Him To Lose — We just got an email from GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner with some interesting claims.
“There are a small number of establishment Republicans who are working against me behind the scenes to undermine my campaign,” he said. “They have told people that they want me to lose this race against Tom Wolf.”
Hey Scott, don’t say we didn’t warn you. Sleep with the dogs, you know.
In April 2014, famed billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein donated $2,600 to the campaign of Gwendolyn Beck, an independent candidate in Virginia’s 8th congressional district. He also gave $5,000 to a political action committee controlled by Ms. Beck, who finished a distant third in November’s general election.
Ms. Beck was not a novice to politics, of course. In 2010, she was date of Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) to a dinner at the Obama White House.
While Menendez never faced charges concerning this claim, he was charged with bribery and related crimes after accepting gifts — including a stay at an exclusive Dominican Republic resort — from Florida businessman Salomon Melgen and allegedly pressuring that nation into giving Melgen’s company a port security contract. He also allegedly got visas for several of Melgen’s girlfriends.
His trial ended with a hung jury and prosecutors declined to try again after the Supreme Court struck down Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s bribery conviction concerning unclarity as to what was an official act.
This press release was sent to us by Josiah Stricklan, who is vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Delaware County.
A group of Republicans have filed objections to the nominating papers for the Libertarian Candidate for State Representative, W. David Medina in the 162nd district.
David Jahn, Chair of the Libertarian Party of Delaware County said “This is expected. The two old parties have been using onerous ballot access laws to suppress competition for over a hundred years. They maintain their dominance of the political discourse and this nation’s resources by limiting our choices at the polls. As a result, Americans most often endure exaggerated attack ad campaigns lacking the kind of civil discourse, solutions and ideas candidates like David Medina can bring to the debate.“
Josiah Strickland, vice chair responded saying “Establishment politicians fear real alternatives to their candidates. This is merely a power play to reduce competition. This challenge is a distraction when citizens deserve to be hearing about how we can solve the gridlock in Harrisburg.”
W. David Medinais a resident of Ridley Township and has worked with special needs families in his own business for 19 years.
His wife, Maria, works for DowDupont in Wilmington, Delaware and his two daughters have attended Leedom Elementary School. His oldest daughter has also attended Ridley Middle School and Ridley High School. His daughters have played soccer for Ridley United Soccer Club.
A dedicated family man, Medina is committed to improving the quality of life for Delaware County families through job creation, economic development and reducing wasteful government spending.
Push Poll Against Alex Charlton Received — Looks like Alex Charlton is going to get my vote after all. A pollster called yesterday evening wanting to know how yo felt about the various races this Nov. 6. The gubernatorial race was touched upon but the congressional and senate races were skipped and things went directly to the 165th Pennsylvania House race the district where Charlton, a Republican, is the incumbent.
I expressed ambiguity about voting for him and the nice lady pollster brought up his opponent who, it turns out, is basically a Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wannabe.
The pollster read me statements about the candidates and asked that if the statements were true would I be more inclined to vote for the candidate.
I learned for instance that the Democrat — I wasn’t really sure she was a socialist before the call — had a war hero husband. Yes, I said that would make me more inclined to vote for her. I was asked that if the socialist wanted to help veterans would that make me more inclined to vote for her. Yes, I said, it would. I was asked how I would feel if she supported free health care for all and equal wages. Wait a minute, I thought, this chick really is a socialist. I said um that would make me less inclined to support her. She asked how I would vote knowing about her support of unions and public education and such.
She then went on to ask about Charlton. She asked would I support him if I learned he was a centrist who backed open space . Sure, why not? Open space is nice.
She asked if I would back him if I realized he backed banning abortion after six weeks “even before a woman knew she was pregnant”. Alex, I thought, is that really you? She asked how it would affect my vote knowing that Alex was supporting NRA attempts to keep municipalities from superseding state law. She asked how if would affect my vote knowing that Alex wanted to take money from traditional public education and give to private and cyber schools. Really, Alex? Is that really you??
Anyway, when it was all said and done I congratulated her for convincing me to vote for Alex. I was seriously considering voting D, or at least third party.
Lou Barletta Triggers Kochs, Globalists Want Casey — The globalist Koch Brothers — Charles and David — have shown their true colors and are working to save a Pennsylvania senate seat for fellow globalist Bobby Casey, a Democrat, and to keep it from falling into the hands of pro-citizen Lou Barletta.
The Kochs say it is because Lou voted for the budget in March which called for increased spending.
Sure it is (wink). The real reason is because Lou is an opponent of open borders and allowing MS-13 and other gang-bangers to traffic cheap labor for industrialists and other neo-feudalists.
See where Bernie Sanders just praised the Kochs? He doesn’t like Trump’s Americans first policy either.
Was Reggie Up In Polls Before Pro Life Fed Backstab? — John Haenn’s June 4 interview with Dr. John Huyette regarding the 165th Pennsylvania House District Republican Primary is available as a podcast and can be accessed below.
Haenn hosts WFYL’s Our Time radio show. Huyette reveals to him that non-endorsed challenger Regina Scheerer was likely ahead in the polls until incumbent Alex Charlton radically changed his position regarding abortion — or claimed to anyway — and received an opportune endorsement from the opportunistic Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation.
Huyette also reveals that Mrs. Scheerer had campaigned with Charlton in 2016.
Was Reggie Up In Polls Before Pro Life Fed Backstab?
(May 15) was a fantastic night for CAP (Citizens Alliance for Pennsylvania), and CAP PAC supported candidates. Scott Wagner, the CAP PAC endorsed candidate for Governor, won by a comfortable margin. We look forward to an exciting gubernatorial race in the fall. Pennsylvanians will be able to draw clear distinctions between the candidates. One option will be Gov. Tom Wolf, who has never met a tax increase he didn’t like. The other option will be Scott Wagner, a man who understands that every dollar that government spends is coming out of someone’s pocket.
Both of the candidates CAP PAC supported for the Senate won commanding victories. Kristin Phillips-Hill (York County) and Jeremy Shaffer (Allegheny County) both ran fantastic campaigns. Shaffer’s campaign is especially noteworthy. Jeremy defeated an incumbent Senator, Randy Vulakovich, by over 15 points! Senate Republican leadership pulled out all the stops to defend Vulakovich, including filing a baseless complaint against CAP. Senate Republican leadership is trying to weaponize the Pennsylvania Department of State. Their goal is to violate the privacy of the donors to our 501c4, despite the protections granted to donors by federal law and precedent. (We will keep you posted on this issue.)
We would also like to congratulate Representatives Dawn Keefer (York County) and Justin Simmons (Lehigh County) for their victories. The final triumph we’d like to report is Mike Jones (York County). Mike won nearly 85 percent of the primary vote. He had by far the most significant margin of victory for any of the CAP or CAP PAC supported candidates.