US Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) has been in Congress for 18 years. She is also one of the most unremarkable members of the US Senate. The sad reality is, that a chimpanzee could win a Senate race in Michigan, as long as they have a “D” next to their name. The state of Michigan is flush with auto unions, whose leaders, for decades, have been using the dues of their members, regardless of their political affiliation, to fill massive campaign war chests for Democrats running for office.
The unions are not the only organizations filling the campaign coffers of Debbie Stabenow. According to Open Secrets, between 2013-2018, Emily’s List, a pro-abortion activist group, is listed as the number one donor to the candidate Stabenow (which would explain her “no” vote on the confirmation of then-Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court). Donations from individuals tied to the University of Michigan is in the number two slot. (Every parent who has a child attending the University of Michigan should take comfort in seeing how committed the individuals tied to the university are, to radical liberalism.)
Stabenow is currently outspending her conservative opponent John James by a margin of over 3-1. Should races really be decided by the amount of contributions candidates like Debbie Stabenow get for voting no in lock-step with Democrat leadership every time? Don’t Michigan residents, who voted for Trump to become President in 2016, deserve better?
Yesterday, former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, who is currently dating Donald Trump Jr., announced that she and Trump Jr. would be joined by Michigan hometown hero and resident, Kid Rock, who has deep roots in Michigan, to host a rally for GOP Senate candidate John James.
— Kimberly Guilfoyle (@kimguilfoyle) October 9, 2018
Muslim Democrat gubernatorial candidate, who lost in the MI primary election to Gretchen Whitmer, after he was endorsed by Socialist-Democrat Cortez, attacked Senate candidate John James on Twitter:
@MIGOP better than a man who has done nothing of value but mooch off his daddy–who mooched off *his* daddy. No action, just words.
@KidRock, a confederate flag wrapped has been.
Nothing describes @MIGOP better than a man who has done nothing of value but mooch off his daddy–who mooched off *his* daddy. No action, just words.
Oh, & @KidRock, a confederate flag wrapped has been.
G'luck John! https://t.co/TKtgreVb6P
— Abdul El-Sayed (@AbdulElSayed) October 9, 2018
John James had the perfect response to the leftist activist and primary loser, who accused him of privilege:
I’m a West Point grad & Iraq vet w/ 2 masters My dad: Vietnam vet & entrepreneur His dad: mason His dad: sharecropper His dad: slave. Mooching? My family never asked for free stuff, just a fair shot. We can’t allow the American Dream to be crushed by you,
@Stabenow & Socialism
I'm a West Point grad & Iraq vet w/ 2 masters
My dad: Vietnam vet & entrepreneur
His dad: mason
His dad: sharecropper
His dad: slave.
Mooching? My family never asked for free stuff, just a fair shot. We can't allow the American Dream to be crushed by you, @Stabenow & Socialism https://t.co/u2vl4orM1P
— John James (@JohnJamesMI) October 9, 2018
Today, Do-Nothing-Democrat Debbie Stabenow just got some very bad news.
On the heels of her “no” vote on the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh, Stabenow has lost 10 pts. in her lead against the popular GOP candidate John James.
WSJM reports -Republican U.S. Senate candidate John James is riding the momentum among GOP and independent voters following the bruising confirmation battle of US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
A new poll conducted by Mitchell Research and Communications shows the West Point graduate and Iraq war veteran has slashed the lead of Democratic U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow in half, from 18 to 9 points. Pollster Steven Mitchell says the surge is despite this year shaping up to be a worst-case scenario for a lot of GOP candidates.
“We wanted to take a look at realistically what might happen,” said Mitchell regarding their latest poll. “This shows that John James in the game by cutting that lead in half.”
Stabenow leads by a 51-to-42-percent margin, but James leads among independents. He says he’s connecting with Michigan farmers as businessmen and is gaining support despite most agriculture organizations in the state endorsing Stabenow.
Here’s a video of John James explaining who he is, what he stands for, and why he’s a Republican: