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Four Republican women have banded together to give Democrat-socialists a run for their money in 2020.
Jessica Taylor of Alabama, Michelle Fischbach of Minnesota (the state Ilhan Omar represents), Nancy Mace of South Carolina, and Beth Van Duyne are all running for Congress in order to combat the socialism pushed by AOC’s ‘squad’ of far-left congresswomen and others in government.
They’re calling themselves the ‘Conservative Squad’ – a play on the name AOC, Omar, Tlaib, and Pressley have given themselves.
The 4 members of the ‘Conservative Squad’ recently appeared on Fox & Friends to talk about their mission.
Check it out:
Rep. Ilhan Omar has responded to the news of the squad of Republican challengers seeking to oust her from office:
Watch the full video of the Conservative Squad's segement on Fox & Friends here:
Do you like what these ladies stand for?
One of the 'squad' members, Jessica Taylor, has also released an awesome campaign video for her Congress run.
Check it out here:
Fox News has more to say about 'The Conservative Squad' of Republican ladies taking on socialism:
In a previous interview on "Fox & Friends," Alabama congressional candidate Jessica Taylor called for a new generation of conservatives to counteract the ideology of Democratic socialists like Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar.
Then, in a campaign video for her candidacy, Taylor said that she was "sick of arrogant socialists like AOC (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez), who've never even run a lemonade stand, trying to tell us how to live in Alabama and that more government is the answer."
On Thursday, Taylor joined "Fox & Friends" once again with a newly formed "conservative squad," made up of Minnesota congressional candidate Michelle Fischbach, South Carolina congressional candidate Nancy Mace, and Texas congressional candidate Beth Van Duyne.
"This is about bringing the conservative message to the people of the United States," said Fischbach. "So that people understand that we're looking at do-nothing Democrats. They are obsessing about impeachment and not really doing anything for the people of the United States anymore."
AL also said:
Democrats have had their “Squad” since the 2018 elections. Republican conservative women believe they now have a response with a new group aptly named the “Conservative Squad.”
And an Alabama congressional hopeful is leading the effort.
Prattville businesswoman and attorney Jessica Taylor, one of seven Republicans running in Alabama’s 2nd Congressional district race next year, spearheaded the effort to bring together four conservative women running for Congress during the 2020 elections. The Conservative Squad was revealed Thursday during a “Fox and Friends” segment on the Fox News Network.
“We need a new generation of conservatives,” said Taylor, during the interview segment. “Folks who can go toe-to-toe with (Democratic U.S. Rep. Alexandria Oscasio-Cortez of New York) and her Squad.”
Taylor, a 35-year-old political novice, is joined by three other Republican women with much deeper political resumes:
-Nancy Mace, a state representative in South Carolina who is running for the GOP nomination in South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District. The congressional seat is currently held by Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham. She is the first woman to graduate from The Citadel
-Beth Van Duyne,former mayor of Irvine, Texas, from 2011-2017, is running for the GOP nomination in the Texas 24 Congressional District. She was appointed in 2017 by President Donald Trump as a regional administration for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), overseeing Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas and Louisiana.
-Michelle Fischbach, the former Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, is running to represent Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District. The seat is currently held by Democratic U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson. Fischbach was a longtime member of the Minnesota state Senate and became the first woman to serve as the chamber’s president.