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NY POST Editorial Board to PA Republicans: Dump Barnette

the New York Post The editorial board published an article calling on Republican voters in Pennsylvania to reject Senate candidate Kathy Barnette.

Titled “Pennsylvania GOP Voters Should Put Kathy Barnette to the Curb,” the New York Post The editorial board criticized the nominee’s general election eligibility, beginning by remarking, “Republican voters in Keystone State should think twice before pulling the lever for Kathy Barnette.”

The article claimed that “the very factors that propelled her into the primary would knee her in the overall.”

the New York Post The Editorial Board writes that GOP candidates Dr Mehmet Oz and former Bridgewater CEO Dave McCormick have done significant damage to each other, putting each other through ‘the opposition research boom “, giving Barnette a chance in the process.

the New York Post explains that “Barnette as a late breaker has yet to face the same scrutiny – but will if she is the contender.” the New York Post continues, noting that Barnette has begun to come under scrutiny for refusing to concede a House race and for implying that Barack Obama is Muslim in a tweet.

the New York Post continued, pointing out that the race is winnable for the Republican Party, which can provide “desperately needed control over Biden’s disastrous White House” if it controls the Senate. the New York Post concluded, “If Pennsylvania Republicans want to get the country back on track, they shouldn’t bet on a wild card.”

the New York Post The Editorial Board’s appeal to Pennsylvania voters ahead of the May 17 primary comes as Trump issued his own appeal to GOP voters in Pennsylvania, asking them to reject the Senate nominee, remarking “she has a lot of things in his past that have not been properly verified”.

Trump also commented on his viability in the general

“Kathy is going to have a lot of problems. I think she’s going to be in a lot of trouble,” Trump said. “She may have a bright future, but she is totally unknown. We can’t have that. He added: “We have to take the majority in the Senate.”


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