One result of the 2022 midterm election is that the civil war within Republican Party between its RINO (Republican in Name Only) faction and its more traditional conservative elements has gone public – and that is a good thing. That contentious conflict has been on the political precipice as the RINOs maintained a firm hold on the party’s candidates, its issues and principles, leading to formation of the House Freedom Caucus in 2015. It is, however, the America First (AF) movement that can take credit for pushing those mostly subdued internal squabbles to the forefront since the Trump presidency in 2016.
It is to Kari Lake’s credit that she has dug in to expose the depth of electoral corruption. Since the midterms, those ideological inconsistencies have surfaced no more intensely than in the State of Arizona, where its electoral fraud is being legally challenged after a clumsy effort to sabotage […]
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