Republicans standing in the way of President Donald Trump’s reforms are dropping like flies in the midterm elections in 2018, as Stephen K Bannon starts a ‘season of war’ on the political elite.
The latest fraudulent Republican to drop out of the race is Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona who announced that he will not seek re-election after his original plan to do so. Flake’s decision to avoid reelection seems wise considering Bannon and Laura Ingraham campaigned for his challenger Dr. Kelli Ward in Arizona the previous week.
The three of them appeared in Washington D.C. at the ‘Breitbart Embassy’ where they attended a book party for Ingraham’s new book.
Surabian used to be a White House and Trump campaign official. While in the White House, he served as Bannon’s deputy. In the campaign, he also ran the war room, which handled the vicious attacks the media and Clinton were then firing against the now-President of the United States.
Ward, a former senator who previously challenged Sen. McCain from Arizona in 2016 but lost after President Donald Trump endorsed McCain, is a successful doctor and an unwavering conservative. Despite the GOP to effectively find an alternative to Ward, she is the most rooted for a candidate and most likely to win the race, and probably face off Democrat Kyrsten Sinema in November 2018.
Flake’s significant downfall seems almost expected since it comes after a wave of other Republicans that tried to cease Trump’s agenda and disintegrated shortly after.
On September, Sen. Luther Strange of Alabama lost a runoff to conservative Judge Roy Moore after GOP connected institutions spent more than $30 million in hopes of taking down Moore and elevating Strange. As that occurred, hours before the closing of the polls, Bob Corker announced his retirement.
McConnell and his team managed to squander a staggering amount of money in hopes of pampering Strange and basing Moore. You can imagine the failure of their efforts as Moore won over Strange – despite the endorsement he received from President Trump – by almost 10 percent.
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