Trump takes AZ AG Brnovich to woodshed

Jim Lamon, a Fortune 500 exec has announced for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat, challenging Mark Kelly

Even hiding behind a mass of Rasputin-like facial hair, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich hasn’t escaped the notice of former President Donald Trump. And in true Trump-style, he hasn’t been reticent in describing the AG.

Trump urged “The lackluster Attorney General of Arizona, Mark Brnovich, to get on the ball and catch up with the great Republican Patriots in the Arizona State Senate.”

“As massive crime in the 2020 Election is becoming more and more evident and obvious, Brnovich is nowhere to be found,” Trump chastised. “He is always on television promoting himself, but never mentions the Crime of the Century, that took place during the 2020 Presidential Election, which was Rigged and Stolen.”

Trump added: “Arizona was a big part and Brnovich must put himself in gear, or no Arizona Republican will vote for him in the upcoming elections.”

Brnovich is now considering challenging democrat Sen. Mark Kelly in 2022 after initially considering a run for governor.

It took being the third top spender nationally for far leftist Mark Kelly, aided by Socialist billionaire George Soros’ Act Blue, to defeat Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally in the November 3, 2020 special election for Arizona’s Senate. Kelly, an anti-Second Amendment proponent, filled the rest of the 2017-2022 term left vacant after the death of John McCain who won in 2016.

The adage, ”Money talks” rings true. Across the board, 88 percent of congressional races were won by the candidate who spent the most.*

According to FEC filings, between Jan. 1, and March 31, 2021 Mark Kelly, who forged a tight friendship with Barack Obama, and enriched himself through his dealings with Communist China, has amassed $4,417,688.93.

Political ads introducing Jim Lamon, identifying himself as a conservative outsider, have been flooding media outlets and even our mailboxes. He has announced for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat. A Fortune 500 executive with more than 30 years’ experience in the engineering and construction of large-scale power plants, Jim Lamon is the Founder and Chairman of DEPCOM Power, headquartered in Arizona. In an article titled, “The Power of Giving Back,” CEO Magazine covered him in 2019. Take time to read it and acquaint yourself with an impressive man.

*Center for Responsive Politics

12 Responses to Trump takes AZ AG Brnovich to woodshed

  1. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    When I read SRAZ, I make it a practice to click on the headline, which brings up three past headlines connected to each day’s post. The one that nearly knocked me off my chair today is titled, “AZ AG Brnovich’s Guv aspirations hit roadblock.” I was unaware that John McCain endorsed Brnovich and Brnovich returned the favor by endorsing McCain. I wouldn’t vote for a McLacky under any circumstances. Those videos are stomach turning.

    • Jack says:

      I had no idea Brnovich was a McCain ally. Good information that is now permanently seared in my brain! I will never forget McCain’s deciding “thumb’s down” vote that foiled the partial repeal of Obamacare. McCain was a democrap who used the Republican party to get elected. I learn a lot reading this site. Thanks, guys.

      • Kimball says:

        Brnovich will have a hard time disavowing a corpse. Bottom line? He showed himself to be a McSellout.

  2. Tucson GOP says:

    Mark Kelly is a deceptive snake, making millions in China while turning the screws on the Arizona dims who put him in office and the American people in other states who have to live with his unswerving allegiance to the radical team of Biden, Harris, Pelosi and Schumer.

  3. State Committeeman says:

    Jim Lamon looks like a fine candidate. Look forward to hearing more about him and, hopefully, see him making the rounds of the district meetings.

    • jake says says:

      Problem with Jim Lamdon is that he calls himself an outsider conservative. No where on his literature is there any reference to his being a Republican or a democrat. He just stated that he is a conservative. Too many people call themselves conservative with out ever letting us know what he thinks a conservative stands for.or against.. By calling out that he is a outsider he does not have to go along with the party platform. He can do what ever he wants when he wants without ever feeling a need to explain his thinking. I am very leery of someone who comes out of nowhere and claiming he the savior of the conservatives. Let’s let him put a little flesh on his proposals. He could be another McCainite wanting to mess up the republican slate so as to cause confusion. If he is a conservative, he looks like he good be a good candidate. Let’s wait and see.

      • Realist says:

        You jump to a lot of conclusions with breakneck speed, and then don’t even spell his last name correctly. It’s LAMON not Lamdon.
        He’s a registered Republican, and nothing like McCain, thank God. Being so negative before you know anything about him, speaks more about you than it does about this successful Arizona businessman, who has long been involved in the energy arena, something we desperately need now with McCain’s friend Joe Biden shutting down the Keystone pipeline and making us dependent on foreign suppliers. Cindy McBrainless campaigned for Biden.

        Did you watch the video and read the article about Jim Lamon? Give it a try. The article was written in 2019, long before he announced. I only know what I’ve read, haven’t met him yet, but look forward to it. Will be donating to his campaign also. How nice to have a successful businessman enter the race.

      • John says:

        I would take a much closer look at Lamon. It is very likely that his solar business usually relies upon Government grants and public money to pave the way for their projects. I doubt APS or SRP will spend much of their own money to build out a solar project if the money is offered by Government as has been the rule in the past. I have not seen one dime of lower power cost as a result of the Solar farms installed at government expense and in fact I think they are simply writing off as an expected wind fall all the extra cash they take in. Did they donate to BLM/ANTIFA???? Maybe they got the extra cash savings. It sure wasn’t the AZ rate payers.

  4. Maggie says:

    OK, I’ll admit to being shallow…but Mark Kelly couldn’t win a beauty contest if he was palming off a Benjamin Franklin greenback with each vote.

  5. Lisa the Infidel says:

    Having an R beside your name will not get you my vote … I don’t trust any Republican

    • MAGA Hat Man says:

      Do you vote? If so, do you prefer democrats? Did you support feeble Joe over Pres. Trump, under whose leadership Americans were thriving and our borders were being secured? He was a political unknown and a party switcher, to boot! Where do you place your “trust,” and what is required to earn yours?

  6. jojo says:

    Isn’t Brnovich the man that partnered with Michelle Reagan to give us the Federal only ballot? That’s a problem within our election fraud. I wouldn’t vote for him for dog catcher. I apologize to all dog catchers but I couldn’t think of anything else.