- Aug 26, 2010
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I have yet to seen you show she used QAnon slogans in her political adverts
Mayra Flores is a Republican candidate running in Texas’ 34th Congressional District for the general election in November. On June 14, she won a special election in the district for the remaining tenure of former Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela, who resigned from his seat in March. Flores had won the primary for the November general election on March 1. She has repeatedly posted the QAnon hashtag and “#Q” on Twitter and on Facebook, including in a Facebook ad. On Instagram, she has also repeatedly posted the QAnon slogan. Despite her posts, Flores told the San Antonio Express-News regarding QAnon, “I’ve always been against any of that. I’ve never been supportive of it,” and she falsely told Fox News that she posted QAnon hashtags to show she was “actually against it.”
Wasn't Liz Cheney literally excommunicated by the GOP? For daring to oppose the treasonous MAGA chuds? Romney also fell out of GOP favor after he rightfully voted to impeach Trump. It's really telling that the two examples you post were unpersoned by the MAGA/QAnon cult that is slowly consuming the GOP.You really haven’t followed Republican politics then, you have those like Mitt Romney and Liz Cheney that actively oppose Trump.
I don't think DeSantis wishes to face the same fate that befall Cruz.It’s no different than the nasty stuff said about Ted Cruz and his wife back in 2016.
And loses bigly. Like in 2020. Which you refuse to accept.Primary politics is a blood sport, and Trump plays very dirty.