Tuesday's Elections

August 6, 2020 |

Tuesday, primary elections were held in Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, Arizona and Washington. Among the most important results: in Kansas, moderate Rep. Roger Marshall defeated Secretary of State Kris Kobach for the GOP nomination for the Senate seat being vacated by Pat Roberts. Marshall had heavy backing from the Party establishment who feared that Kobach was too conservative to hold the seat, after he lost the Governor’s race in 2018.

In Missouri, in a stunning upset, Cori Bush defeated longtime Rep. William Lacy Clay in the Democratic primary in the Ferguson area. Bush is a formerly homeless nurse with no elective experience who is mostly known as a protest leader and fervent supporter of Black Lives Matter and Bernie Sanders. She was the first candidate backed by the far-left group Justice Democrats that got AOC into Congress. Her supporters declared that with her primary win, which makes her a virtual shoo-in in that heavily Democrat district, “The Squad” is now growing, which is very bad news for America.

Speaking of “The Squad,” Squad member and notorious anti-Semite Rashida Tlaib is comfortably ahead of her establishment challenger Brenda Jones, but the vote count is expected to go on until late Wednesday.

And speaking of very bad decisions by the voters, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, most recently known for immediately releasing rioters while prosecuting people who exercise their Second Amendment right to protect themselves (even if it means tampering with evidence) easily defeated her primary challenger. I guess St. Louis voters enjoy lawlessness and going unprotected from criminals because quite a few of them just voted for a lot more of it.

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  • Renee Kendrick

    08/06/2020 10:30 PM

    Whose to say that the Missouri Democrats that voted against Cori Bush in the primary will also vote against her in November. (Certainly they had good reason for voting against her.) In the primary election, you have to vote according to registered party. In the November general election, you can vote for the candidate that you feel is the best person for the job. We will find out in less than 3 months. Maybe the Missouri Democrats that voted against her now have the party blues so badly that they will still be down and out in November and vote red.

    Red is positive when it comes to the blood of Jesus, the Republican party, and...battery cables.

  • Sharon Loveall

    08/06/2020 02:55 PM

    Spiritual warfare. Pray.

  • Patricia M Hammons

    08/06/2020 02:26 PM

    disgusted with people who voted democrat. Not one of those democrats is worth a plug nickel.