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Wikipedia Axes Kathy Barnette’s Page One Week Before Pennsylvania GOP Senate Primary Election


Pennsylvania GOP Senate Primary candidate Kathy Barnette faced extreme censorship as Wikipedia removed her page one week before the election.

When you attempt going to Barnette’s page, Wikipedia redirects you to the 2022 United States Senate election in Pennsylvania.

Wikipedia’s shameless act of censorship may have something to do with Barnette rising in the polls against two World Economic Forum shills (Dr. Oz and David McCormick).

Barnette vaulted into 2nd place in a recent GOP Primary poll.

She joined Fox News to discuss her campaign’s surge in recent weeks.

Politico called Barnette an ‘Ultra-MAGA’ longshot in the Pennsylvania Senate race.

Barnette confronted Oz and McCormick for their WEF ties in a GOP Primary debate.

Pennsylvania GOP Senate Primary: Kathy Barnette Calls Out Dr. Oz and David McCormick for World Economic Forum Ties (WATCH)

She also shared this powerful pro-life message due to Roe v. Wade taking the forefront amongst voters in recent weeks.

Pennsylvania Senate GOP Candidate Kathy Barnette Delivers Powerful Pro-Life Message (WATCH)

In this video, Barnette addressed BLM and Defund the Police in the midst of 2020’s summer riots.

From Politico:

Kathy Barnette has been outspent 358-to-1 on TV in Pennsylvania’s GOP primary for the Senate. She hasn’t run for statewide office before. She doesn’t have former President Donald Trump’s endorsement.

But the ultra-MAGA commentator is surging in the polls anyway in the final weeks of one of the most expensive and closely watched races in the country.

Barnette’s unlikely — and, to some, unbelievable — rise has turned heads in political circles across the state because it defies political logic. Just two years ago, she lost a House bid in the Philadelphia suburbs by a wide margin. This time around, her opponents Mehmet Oz and David McCormick have spent $12.4 million and $11.4 million on television commercials, respectively, according to the ad-tracking firm AdImpact. Other candidates and outside groups have bankrolled $25 million more in spots. Oz has also won a highly sought-after nod from Trump.

“Barnette’s apparent rise is surprising just because of the lack of notoriety or resources compared to some of the other candidates in that race,” said Brian Nutt, a Pennsylvania-based Republican strategist who is not working for a candidate in the contest.
Barnette has a purist’s zeal, a compelling life story, and the ability to tell it to Republican grassroots voters. And, according to Republican strategists and officials across the state, Barnette is likely benefiting from a smashmouth primary that features Oz and McCormick going nuclear on each other on TV. GOP voters have been inundated with attack ads slamming Oz as a “RINO” and McCormick as a stooge for China, leading some to look for a third option.

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