In her weekly column, Nancy Churchill encourages Washingtonians to stop complaining about elections and politics, and start taking action
Liz Harrington, Donald Trump’s chief spokesperson, will now be the keynote speaker on May 6 at the Washington State Republican Party Action Conference. At this event, Washington’s Republicans have an exciting opportunity to hear directly from one of President Trump’s most trusted team members. Ms. Harrington graciously agreed to speak after the original keynote speaker, Christina Bobb was needed at another Trump campaign event that day.
Ms. Harrington has been especially busy since “NY District Attorney Alvin Bragg has led a grand jury to indict Donald Trump on 30 felony counts, seemingly all without any reasonable basis in the law.” In an interview with “War Room” host Steve Bannon, Ms. Harrington pointed out that the weak indictment of the former president and political candidate has only strengthened his support among the voters. In fact, NewsMax tweeted news of a poll that showed that Donald Trump’s lead with the GOP grew to 30 points after the indictment.
Harrington served as the national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee during the 2020 election cycle and served as the executive editor of Steve Bannon’s “War Room” prior to working for President Trump.
A prominent voice for election integrity, Harrington has made it a priority to expose the fraud of the 2020 presidential election, and is a frequent guest on Real America’s Voice, OANN and nationally syndicated radio programs. You can follow Ms. Harrington on Twitter and Truth Social as you prepare for the exciting event.
RICO Crimes and Smurfs Bill Bruch, chair of the WSRP Election Integrity Committee, has organized his team of analysts to investigate the possibility of “smurfs” making micro-donations via ActBlue in Washington State. Bruch reports on stunning numbers of micro-donations from unemployed citizens all across Washington in “EXPOSED: RICO ELECTION CRIMES IN WASHINGTON STATE – PART 2″. You can follow the instructions in his article to discover if one of your neighbors is also an unwitting smurf!
Political activist James O’Keefe has also reported on massive potential political money laundering to Democrats’ campaigns in Maryland.
In his article, Bill Bruch correctly reminds us “Now is the time for citizens to be more engaged than ever before and not be enslaved by the obvious corruption involved in our elections!”
Become engaged in politics
Stop complaining about elections and politics, and start taking action. To discover the many ways you can work to save America, register today to attend the WSRP 2023 Action Conference. The event will be in Kennewick on Saturday, May 6, with a welcome reception on the evening of Friday, May 5.
During the Saturday event, there will be panel discussions to inform both candidates and for activists. For potential candidates there are the following panels: “Campaigning 101: Build a Winning Campaign”, “Campaign Fundraising 101” and “Digital Media: Build Your Brand.”
For activists and organizers there will be: “Grassroots Activism: Organizing for Victory,” “Citizen Lobbying: Influencing Olympia” and “Ballot Collection: Get the Republican Votes.” The day will wrap up with an inspiring dinner featuring a keynote by Ms. Harrington, a speech that will motivate you to join the efforts to save our republic. Make friends, become inspired. Join us at the Action Conference in May.
Nancy Churchill is the state committeewoman for the Ferry County Republican Party. She may be reached at DangerousRhetoric@pm.me. The opinions expressed in Dangerous Rhetoric are her own.
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