• April 14, 2024

BREAKING: President Trump Endorses Senator Doug Mastriano for Governor of Pennsylvania

 BREAKING: President Trump Endorses Senator Doug Mastriano for Governor of Pennsylvania

President Trump endorsed Senator Doug Mastriano for Governor of Pennsylvania in a statement this morning.  

President Trump released this statement moments ago.  The President shared:

There is no one in Pennsylvania who has done more, or fought harder, for Election Integrity than State Senator Doug Mastriano.

He has revealed the Deceit, Corruption, and outright Theft of the 2020 Presidential Election, and will do something about it. He will also Fight Violent Crime, Strengthen our Borders, Protect Life, Defend our under-siege Second Amendment, and Help our Military and our Vets. He is a fighter like few others, and has been with me right from the beginning, and now I have an obligation to be with him.

Doug Mastriano and Dr. Mehmet Oz will make an unbeatable team going into the most important Midterm Election in the history of our Country.

They will Fight, they will Win, and they will Produce for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and for the USA itself.

I have fully Endorsed Dr. Oz, and now it is my great honor to give my Complete and Total Endorsement to a man who will never let you down, Doug Mastriano for Governor of Pennsylvania.

The Trafalger Group shows Mastriono with the lead in the state before President Trump’s endorsement.

New @trafalgar_group#PAGov ‘22 #GOP Primary #Poll shows Mastriano lead #PApol

27.6% @DougMastriano

17.6% @RepLouBarletta

15.1% @davewhiteforgov

14.4% @McSwainPA

5.3% @CormanForPA

3.7% @HartForPA

3.0% @VoteJoeGalePA

2.1% @Charlie_Gerow

11.3% Und

Report: https://t.co/fyDFGjyishpic.twitter.com/kgQzgKkmj5

— The Trafalgar Group (@trafalgar_group) May 9, 2022

This past week Senater Jake Corman, who did little to nothing to address the stolen 2020 Election in his state, dropped out of the race.

The crowded race for the Republican nomination in Pennsylvania’s governor’s race took an 11th-hour turn on Thursday with Jake Corman officially bowing out and throwing his support behind the candidate he believes gives Republicans the best chance to win in November.

Out of the eight other candidates in the race, Corman said Lou Barletta is that guy.

Saying exiting the race following a seven-month campaign was a difficult decision to make, Corman said, “Lou Barletta is the man at the right time and the right place for the people of Pennsylvania.”

Mastriano tried to have an audit performed in Pennsylvania but Corman stopped him.  This was after Mastriano visited the Arizona audit to get an idea of how the audit there

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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