Bright Announces Formation of Conservative Coalition
- By Staff Report
Elected Officials, Grassroots Leaders, and Former Congressional Candidates Unite Behind Lee Bright.
Greenville, S.C. - Thursday at noon, conservative fighter Lee Bright hosted a roundtable press conference that featured prominent South Carolina conservative leaders who stated their endorsement for Bright’s congressional campaign. This coalition was comprised of elected officials, grassroots leaders and even former candidates for the Fourth Congressional District.
“I’m incredibly honored to receive the support of so many prominent conservative leaders who want to take the fight against the political establishment in DC,” Bright stated. “My campaign has earned the endorsement of conservative champions who hold elected office, as well as grassroots leaders who have fought in the trenches against Big Government interests for years. I’m truly humbled to receive support from former candidates in this race who want to see conservative leadership in Washington.”
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McMaster Team Visits Upstate Republican Women
- By Thomas C. Hanson
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Underbelly of the Deep State
- By Alex Newman - The New American
The Deep State — those organizations and individuals who aim to illegally use government to alter America to their liking (so Americans obey a world government) — is vulnerable.
Killing the Deep State has long been high on the priority list for most readers of THE NEW AMERICAN magazine. And in a new book entitled Killing the Deep State, celebrated conservative author and investigative journalist Dr. Jerome Corsi outlines some of his ideas on how President Donald Trump could help accomplish that goal. But before that, Corsi provides compelling evidence proving two key points — first, that there is indeed a Deep State within the federal government; and second, that this machine is doing everything possible to bring down and sabotage the elected president of the United States. The stakes could not be higher.
Corsi begins the book by explaining why and how the Deep State came to despise Trump and embrace the so-called #NeverTrump movement, which is a coalition of neoconservatives, liberals, globalists, Islamists and leftists determined to stop the bombastic businessman. Early on, the book focuses on the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the clique within its upper echelons that literally conspired to stop Trump and eventually bring him down. Text messages between two top FBI officials —- “counterintelligence” boss Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page — prove that there was indeed a “conspiracy,” in their words, to undermine the president. The hatred the two lovers displayed toward Trump was shocking.
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Upstate Election Results
- By Staff Report
2018 Republican Primary in Greenville County
U.S. House of Representatives 4th District
Lee Bright (25%)
William Timmons (19%)
Dan Hamilton (19%)
Josh Kimbrell (11%)
Stephen H Brown (8%)
James Epley (8%)
Shannon Pierce (4%)
Claude Schmid (2%)
Mark Burns (2%)
Dan Albert (1%)
Justin David Sanders (1%)
John Marshall Mosser (1%)
Barry Bell (0%)
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John Warren Wins Gubernatorial Straw Poll in Greenville
- By Staff Report
A straw poll was conducted at the Greenville County Republican Party Executive Committee Meeting.
John Warren led the straw poll with 185 votes compared to Henry McMaster’s 33, followed by 16 for Catherine Templeton, Kevin Bryant at 12 with John Yancey McGill rounding it out at three votes.
Courtney Warren introduced her husband, John Warren at the Executive Committee special meeting, detailing his military service as a US Marine captain in Iraq, leading troops on over 300 missions.
After returning home, Warren started Lima One Capital Group which turned into one of the fastest growing financial companies in South Carolina.
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South Carolina Primary Elections Set for Tuesday, June 12th
- By Bob Dill, Publisher
18 Candidates Vying for Trey Gowdy’s Fourth Congressional District Seat. 13 are Republicans and 5 are Democrats
The South Carolina Primary Election features several important races.
The contest for Governor features five Republicans and three Democrats.
For the first time gubernatorial candidates are naming their running-mates. In the past, Lt. Governors ran separate races and could represent the same or a different political party from the Governor.
In addition to the Governor, the Secretary of the State and Attorney General are being challenged by members of their own party.
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