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Laura Loomer: The Republican Party Sabatoged My Campaign More Than The Democrats!


Laura Loomer is no stranger to controversy (or is that fake controversy stirred up by the left?).

Because I actually think she’s quite popular and she reminds me a lot of President Trump, often times having to fight her own party!

How ridiculous!

Check out what she just said this morning….this should make every Republican mad as hell:

Did you know the Republican Party plotted to sabotage my campaign more than the Democrat Party ever did? If the Republican Party leadership went out of their way to sabotage me as a Trump endorsed Republican congressional nominee, imagine what they are doing to Trump right now. The GOP wants Biden to win but they want to collect as many Trump fundraising dollars from his grassroots supporters while pretending to care about the sanctity of our elections. Trust me. I had first hand experience dealing with these liars.

— Laura Loomer LauraLoomer Tuesday, December 1, 2020

And more:

How come not a single member of the Republican Party has called for Rashida Tlaib or Ilhan Omar to be censured or investigated for their open support of Islamic jihadists? It’s obscene. Rashida Tlaib just openly called for the destruction of Israel.

— Laura Loomer LauraLoomer Monday, November 30, 2020


This is the truth that nobody in the GOP wants to hear: The Republican Party sat around & did nothing to address voter fraud for years while it was happening in plain sight. The Republican Party laughed at those of us who warned that Big Tech was colluding with Democrats to steal an election & intentionally sidelined those of us, including myself who brought litigation against these companies on behalf of all conservatives. If Biden is successful in Stealing the election, inaction & incompetence by the GOP will largely be to blame. You wouldn’t even believe the stories I have from my election and the level of sabotage and deceit some of these national GOP officials participated in to make sure Republicans weren’t elected. Now the GOP wants to use grassroots activists for free as GOP consultants get rich off fundraising texts. If you think the National Republican Party in its current form cares about Trump or any America First candidate getting elected, then they have you fooled.

— Laura Loomer LauraLoomer Tuesday, December 1, 2020


I can say what I want because nobody owns me. I don’t need to kiss anyone’s ass. And I’m not going to sit around and pretend like the GOP is doing a good job when I saw first hand how they worked overtime to sabotage my campaign. I don’t owe anyone in the party anything. That’s the freedom that comes with having integrity and being honest and not allowing devils to control you and co opt you.

— Laura Loomer LauraLoomer Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Here’s what CNN had to say about Loomer, which only tells you she must be one of the good ones:

If you’ve paid attention to the rise of the radical right on the internet over the last few years, you know the name Laura Loomer.

Loomer is one of the most high-profile figures of this movement — and one of its most controversial. She has described Islam as a “cancer on humanity” and said that Muslim candidates should not be allowed to hold office in America. She has called herself a “proud Islamophobe.”

That behavior has led to Loomer being banned from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram — not to mention ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft. (She tweeted in 2018 that “someone needs to create a non Islamic form of Uber or Lyft because I never want to support another Islamic immigrant driver.”)

And as of Wednesday morning, Loomer is the Republican nominee in Florida’s 21st District, which happens to include President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.

She won a six-way primary for the right to face Rep. Lois Frankel (D) in the general election, raising more than $1 million thanks to support from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, pardoned Trump ally Roger Stone and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz. Loomer campaigned as the Trumpiest candidate in the field, touting her belief in the President’s “law and order” message. (Loomer is very unlikely to come to Congress; the 21st District is strongly Democrat.)

Trump rewarded that support with a tweet touting Loomer’s win on Tuesday night.

“Great going Laura,” he wrote. “You have a great chance against a Pelosi puppet!” He also retweeted several accounts congratulating Loomer on her victory, including that of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the GOP nominee in Georgia’s 14th district who has publicly supported the QAnon conspiracy theory and expressed a number of anti-Islamic views.
CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski noted just how stunning a presidential endorsement for Loomer should be.

“Remarkable to see a president endorse a candidate who said Muslims shouldn’t have be allowed to hold public office and called Islam ‘a cancer on humanity,'” he tweeted. “In a normal administration this would be a huge story but it will barely get mentioned.”

Totally agree.

But the story is about more than just a) Loomer winning or b) Trump embracing her.

Loomer’s primary victory comes hard on Greene’s win in Georgia earlier this month — as well as victories in Oregon and Colorado by far-right candidates, many of whom embrace QAnon or similar unfounded conspiracy theories. Loomer’s win isn’t an anomaly. It’s part of the leading edge of the Republican Party’s transformation — or at least evolution — into an organization that includes provocateurs and conspiracy theorists among its ranks.

None of that should be surprising, given that the leader of the party is himself both a provocateur and a conspiracy theorist. Remember that the origins of Trump’s 2016 presidential candidacy were in his support for and promotion of a disproven conspiracy theory about Barack Obama not being born in the United States.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that Trump hadn’t done a “deep dive” into the views Loomer and Greene hold before congratulating them.

“The President routinely congratulates people who officially get the Republican nomination for Congress, so he does that as a matter of course,” McEnany said. “He hasn’t done a deep dive into the statements by these two particular women. I don’t know if he’s even seen that. But he supports the Muslim community, he supports the community of faith more broadly in this country.”


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