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Lt. Col. Allen West Vows to ‘Fight Like Hell’ Against Radical Democrats as Next Texas GOP Chairman

West is running to be the next Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas.

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Lt. Col. Allen West may no longer be in Congress, but his time fighting to protect the nation he once put his life on the line to serve in the field of combat is far from over.

The former U.S. Congressman from Florida has relocated to Texas in recent years, and he is prepared for the final battle to save his nation. West’s recent book, “Hold Texas, Hold the Nation: Victory or Death,” explains that Texas is the last frontier to save the country that is on the precipice of socialism and despair.

West is running to be the state party chair for the Texas Republican Party, challenging incumbent James Dickey in next year’s race. He explained in an interview last week with Yantis Green of San Angelo Live that he is uniquely qualified to lead the party as the state fends off a blue wave that threatens the future of Texas and the rest of America along with it.

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“We need to get people to understand what makes Texas special. We need to get those folks to understand why there’s only one flag that can fly at the same height as the American flag,” West said, referring to new arrivals moving to Texas from other states such as himself.

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West believes that Texas has become a victim of its own success, and the bustling economy and shared prosperity are rapidly changing the demographic make-up of the state. Multinational corporations are bringing in workers from other more liberal states who are in turn voting for Democrats and putting the future of the state in serious jeopardy.

West also thinks that he can heal the party and provide some stable leadership to after state house speaker Dennis Bonnen’s sharp fall from grace. After going to war with grassroots Republicans over his support of gun control, Bonnen announced that he will not be seeking election after being caught making backroom deals on an embarrassing audio tape that was released to the public.

“There are three things that leadership is all about: it’s honor, integrity and character,” West explained. “And when I look at Speaker Bonnen and the position that he’s in as speaker of the House of the great state of Texas, we need to have someone of impeccable character, and not what we have heard from that tape that has just recently came out.”

Some of the audio of Bonnen’s brazen cronyism can be heard here:

If he is elected as state party chairman, West assures the people of Texas that he will do everything in his power to eject dishonorable and disreputable individuals like Bonnen from positions of authority within the Republican Party. He will also reverse the losing trends that are occurring under current party leadership.

“In the 2018 election cycle, we lost 12 state house seats. We lost two state senate seats. We lost two US Congressional seats. We lost 56 judgeships,” West said.

“The fact that you have people like Nancy Pelosi coming to the state of Texas three weekends ago saying that we’re going to turn Texas blue and it’s going to be wholesome for America. We’ve got to shut that down,” he added, mentioning that he will lead the Texas GOP to fight radical Democrats “like hell.”

The Republican Party of Texas state convention will take place next year from May 11th to the 16th at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX.

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Dr. Kelli Ward Reelected to a Second Term as Arizona Republican Party Chair

Ward received the full endorsement of President Trump.

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Dr. Kelli Ward was re-elected to a second term as the chair of the Arizona Republican Party on Saturday, with precinct committeemen and women narrowly voting to keep Ward in place. The physician and former Arizona State Senator had the benefit of President Donald Trump’s endorsement.

Ward narrowly won reelection 51.5% to 48.5% in a runoff election, defeating challenger Sergio Arellano. Arellano congratulated Ward on her victory and pledged to work on behalf of Arizona Republicans for victory in the 2022 midterm election.

The last two election cycles have proven difficult for Arizona Republicans. The state’s Republican Party, once dominated by establishment operatives loyal to Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake, has faced renewed competition in a once-reliably red state with a rapidly changing demographic and population model. Ward took over from Jonathan Lines after the 2018 election.

Republican Martha McSally was appointed to a Senate seat by Governor Doug Ducey, even after losing the Senate 2018 election to Kyrsten Sinema. McSally was again defeated by Mark Kelly in the 2020 election, giving the state two Democratic Senators. Some have speculated that President Donald Trump would’ve secured a narrow victory in Arizona in the 2020 election with a winning Senate candidate, having run ahead of McSally by tens of thousands of votes. However, Republicans have maintained majorities in both chambers of the state legislature.

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Ducey, Jeff Flake, and Cindy McCain were censured by Arizona Republican Party precinct captains at the yearly state meeting. The latter two campaigned vociferously for Democrat Joe Biden in the 2020 election, largely eschewing any loyalty to the Republican Party in favor of the establishment Democrat politician.

Arizona is now primed to conduct its third US Senate election in as many election cycles, with Republicans receiving a second chance to defeat Mark Kelly, who is finishing since-deceased Senator John McCain’s 2016 term. Republicans such as Andy Biggs of the House Freedom Caucus, Debbie Lesko, and Matt Salmon have been suggested as Senate candidates in an election where the party will have an opportunity to regain its footing in the purple state.


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