Comey, immunity king, was running interference for all of the democrats. With him and Lynch out of play, there’s no excuse for this nonsense to continue.
Conservative PAC that helped expose Hillary’s scandals to the public
will begin researching and exposing Elizabeth Warren’s scandals ahead of
her 2018 Senate campaign. Where did the money come from Warren?!
conservative political action group is embarking on a long-term
research project aimed at making life “difficult” for Massachusetts Sen.
Elizabeth Warren ahead of her 2018 Senate re-election bid and an
expected run for president in 2020.
America Rising PAC provided details of the strategy in a memo distributed to reporters on Monday.
aim of “the Elizabeth Warren Initiative” will be to “make Warren’s life
difficult during her 2018 Senate re-election contest” and to conduct
research to “damage” her 2020 presidential prospects, America Rising
executive director Colin Reed said.
Warren is considered one of
the top contenders for the Democratic nomination. The 67-year-old former
Harvard professor is currently touring to promote her 11th book, “This
Fight is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class.” America
Rising, which was founded in 2013 by a former Mitt Romney campaign
official, compares the purpose of the tract to Hillary Clinton’s “Hard
Choices,” a 2014 memoir which served as a soft launch of the former
first lady’s campaign.
In the memo, Reed says America Rising will utilize most of the
tactics employed by most political research groups: opposition research,
video tracking, and public records requests.
The fruits of that
research and monitoring will be used to make four general arguments
against Warren: that she has put her presidential ambitions ahead of her
constituents in Massachusetts, that she has fallen short “of the
Kennedy standard,” that she is “left of the far left,” and that she is a
hypocrite on a variety of issues, including school choice and equal
“Make no mistake: with the right challenger and a favorable
political climate, Sen. Warren’s 2018 re-election is no sure thing,”
Reed says in the memo.
He cited a Morning Consult survey
which shows that Warren has a 38 percent disapproval rating in
Massachusetts, making her the second least popular Democratic senator in