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America First Candidate Marjorie Greene Receives Endorsement From Right Women PAC

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Congressional candidate Marjorie Greene recently received an endorsement from the Right Women PAC.

The Right Women PAC is an organization dedicated to electing “bold, unflinching and solidly conservative women” to Congress.

Right Women PAC focuses its time on “electing legitimately conservative women to the US House: Strong fearless woman who support President Trump.”

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Debbie Meadows, the wife of North Carolina Congressman, Mark Meadows, is leading the PAC and is using primary elections to promote staunch conservative women and stand up against the “socialist squad who are hijacking our Congress and our nation.”

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In their endorsement, Right Women PAC said the following about Marjorie Greene:

Running for Congress in the seat where incumbent Congressman Tom Graves is retiring, Marjorie is a perfect fit for this strongly Republican district. She and her husband, Perry, have three children and own Taylor Commercial Construction company. Marjorie also started and sold a top CrossFit gym. As a conservative businesswoman, Marjorie is not afraid to be a powerful voice for our values.

The Right Women PAC supports candidates who are pro-life, support President Trump, pro-border security, and receptive to the concepts of limited government.

The Right Women PAC’s endorsement comes right after her endorsement from the House Freedom Fund, who “only supports candidates for Congress who are dedicated to open, accountable, and limited government – candidates who will fight to defend the Constitution and advance policies that promote liberty, safety, and prosperity for all Americans.”

Greene commented on her endorsement from the Right Women PAC and the House Freedom Fund:

I am excited to receive the endorsement of the Right Women PAC as well as the endorsement from the House Freedom Fund. Grassroots conservative Republicans across the 14th Congressional District are flocking to my 100% Pro-America, Pro-Trump, Pro-Life, and Pro-Second Amendment campaign, and we’re fired up to receive this additional support from two organizations that are seeking to help get more conservatives into the Freedom Caucus who will fight for our country, our Constitution, and defend President Trump.Over the last three and a half weeks as we traveled across all the counties in the 14th and met with hundreds of voters, it’s clear that I will be the most tenacious fighter for our shared conservative values in Congress.I would also be honored to be the first-ever woman elected to Congress from Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.My campaign’s plan for victory is simple: we campaign directly to the people, one door, one voter at a time. And we’ll be blanketing all the counties over the next 4.5 months mobilizing tens of thousands of conservative Republicans to the polls for my campaign.

Marjorie Greene’s campaign for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District serves as a catalyst for hot-button issues in the conservative movement such as the sanctity of life and gun right.

For too long, gun rights and the right to life have been infringed by the federal government.

Countless campaigns and empty promises have been made in the last decade, but with little progress to show.

Thankfully, there are candidates who are aware of this and are ready to correct these errors.

Greene seeks to be one these candidates heading into 2020.

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Elitist Harvard Professor Believes Anti-Lockdown Protests are the Consequence of Christian “Malignant Delusion”

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Harvard professor Steven Pinker criticized Evangelical Christianity for its alleged role in sparking anti-lockdown protests.

Pinker originally posted a tweet supporting a theory that came from an opinion piece in the Washington Post which attacked Evangelical Christians.

“Belief in an afterlife is a malignant delusion, since it devalues actual lives and discourages action that would make them longer, safer, and happier. Exhibit A: What’s really behind Republicans wanting a swift reopening? Evangelicals,” he originally tweeted.

Pinker’s subsequently deleted the post after considerable backlash. The article that Pinker shared was originally authored by Gary Abernathy. In it, Abernathy claimed that the anti-lockdown protests were spurred not just by support for President Donald Trump, but also a strong focus on the afterlife which allegedly made Christians not care much about the virus.

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The article highlighted the following:

Christian fundamentalism is often fatalistic. As far as many evangelicals are concerned, life passes quickly, suffering is temporary, and worrying solves nothing. That’s not a view that comports well with long stretches of earthly time spent waiting out business closures or stay-at-home orders. It should be no surprise that a person’s deepest beliefs about the world influence how they measure the risks they’re willing to take.

Abernathy reached the following conclusion:

When ruminating over why there are millions of people who don’t seem to panic over a global pandemic or other life-threatening event, critics should remember that right or wrong, it often involves a belief in something even bigger than people named Trump, Hannity or Limbaugh.

Pinker’s tweeted received tremendous backlash from conservative commentators such as Dinesh D’Souza.

He tweeted:

Christopher Hitchens once described this pompous Harvard pedant as ‘educated beyond his intelligence.’ Pinker here proves Hitchens right. People want to get back to their jobs, their friends, their life, but Pinker insists their real motive is ‘belief in an afterlife.’

Pinker is a detached elite who has the luxury of having a cushy position at one of the country’s most prestigious institutions.

For him, the struggle of the middle class is foreign.

And like most elites, he can’t handle push back.

So it’s only natural that he delete his post after so much criticism.

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