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They’re On the Other Side: Republican Establishment Is Gathering Votes to Reelect Ronna Romney McDaniel as RNC Chair


Ronna Romney McDaniel is the current Chair of the Republican National Committee.  McDaniel just blew another huge victory for the Republican party and the country.  Yet, the party elites want to keep her as chairwoman. 

Ronna Romney McDaniel has performed horribly – she allowed two massive election wins to be stolen by the Democrats.   Yet, there are now reports that the Republican establishment wants to keep her in charge.

Romney McDaniel is the niece of Senator Mitt Romney who is consistent in his alignment with the Democrats who are destroying this country and all we believe in.

Romney witnessed the 2020 Election being stolen from President Trump and then later admitted that she regretted allowing American icons like Rudi Giuliani and Sidney Powell make claims of voter fraud. 

McDaniel stood behind Liz Cheney when Cheney made it her mission to destroy President Trump by any means necessary.  Cheney lost her race in Wyoming and will soon be out of the US House for good.  Her hatred got the best of her.  Cheney should have been kicked out of the party. That’s what her home state wanted. 

Rather than prepare for the 2022 Midterm election, McDaniel disappeared from the public limelight until weeks before the election.  She ignored the illegal and suspect actions from the 2020 election and therefore allowed it to happen again. 

There are now reports that GOP elites are working hard behind the scenes to keep loser McDaniel as the head of the RNC.  Why would they do this?

Over 100 of 168 RNC members have signed a letter endorsing Romney McDaniel as party chair.

America is losing the country to the Marxist left.  And the RNC has failed to confront this historic threat under Ronna McDaniel.  

The actions by the RNC are spit in the eyes of conservative voters.  

America needs a serious Republican Party that is not afraid to confront the leftist assault on the nation.  Ronna McDaniel is not the answer.

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