Political experience can be a plus, vacillating while deciding where to land next is opportunism
After mulling entering the governor’s race, term-limited Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has announced his intent to run for the U.S. Senate, challenging radical leftist and Second Amendment restrictionist Mark Kelly. Democrat Kelly won a special election to fill the vacancy created following the death of Sen. John McCain. He is now running for a full six-year term, a terrifying concept since Kelly is a less than sterling character, who has forged a tight friendship with Barack Obama — the manipulator behind the Harris/Biden curtain — and enriched himself through his dealings with Communist China. Kelly has already amassed $6,009,088.59 according to the April FEC quarterly report.
Last cycle he out-raised Joe Biden who was running for president. Ask yourself why money was flowing into his campaign and who would benefit by his election. Kelly’s Socialist benefactor George Soros, facilitates Kelly’s fundraising through his over 206 U. S. sub-rosa organizations. Act Blue, which has hosted D.C. fundraisers for Kelly, isn’t on this list. Kelly’s campaign ads slickly omit the word “democrat.”
“Mark Kelly, AZ Dem senate candidate wanted ex-wife jailed,” is chock full of information, and definitely worth your time. Kelly’s former astronaut colleagues blasted him in an op-ed.
Meanwhile, former President Trump has called Brnovich “lackluster,” and accused him of “doing little” in dealing with Arizona’s election audit. Brnovich responds with his obtuse go-to reminder that he’s the son of Yugoslavian immigrants.
In an effort to generate support among MAGA loyalists, Brnovich is finally taking on his national counterpart, U. S. Attorney General Merrick Garland on issues relating to Arizona’s election audit. Read his letter here.
As his term concludes, Brnovich has also remembered the Second Amendment, suddenly attempting to draw a contrast between himself and gun control activist Mark Kelly. In a pre-election alliance with Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, Brnovich is participating in a coalition of 24 states to uphold the Second Amendment at the U. S. Supreme Court. They are urging the high court to review a New Jersey law that limits magazine capacities and requires gun owners to surrender certain magazines to law enforcement. The Second Amendment was not previously a front burner issue for the bearded Brnovich.
These recent moves are calculated to coincide with Brnovich’s senate campaign.
We urge our readers to learn more about AZ GOP Senate candidate Jim Lamon, a constitutional conservative and Fortune 500 solar power executive whose successful business, employing 1,600 locals is headquartered in Arizona. He is right on the issues and not a termed out, vacillating politician hustling his next gig.