When I ran against Paul Ryan I was told at the outset that there is a 0.3% chance of beating Ryan given that since 1950 only one primary challenger has gone on to defeat a sitting Wisconsin Federal Representative.
I ran anyway, sacrificed my family’s peace and security, to defeat Ryan’s Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and to ensure America’s border was secured despite Ryan’s open-borders stance. With President-elect Donald J. Trump’s victory we all won on these two fronts: TPP is dead and border security is at the top of the list in the first 100 days.
With that slim chance of success, one might think RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, who is now being considered to be White House Chief of Staff, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker would abide by the GOP rules of staying neutral in a primary. We saw the exact opposite.
In my run against Ryan, both Reince Priebus and Scott Walker campaigned on behalf of Paul Ryan. They both fundraised for Ryan.
Reince blathered on about how he would remain neutral in the presidential primary but could not bring himself to do the same in mine.
“RULE NO. 11
(a) The Republican National Committee shall not, without the prior written and filed approval of all members of the Republican National Committee from the state involved, contribute money or in-kind aid to any candidate for any public or party office of that state, except the nominee of the Republican Party or a candidate who is unopposed in the Republican primary after the filing deadline for that office. In those states where state law establishes a non-partisan primary in which Republican candidates could participate, but in which the general election may not include a Republican candidate, the candidate endorsed by a convention held under the authority of the state Republican Party shall be recognized by the Republican National Committee as the Republican nominee.”
That’s a pretty clear case of cronyism over ethics, Reince. Maybe a lawsuit is in order?
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“Article VI of The Republican Party of Wisconsin Constitution states in section 5:
SECTION 5. It shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to conduct the affairs of this organization in order to accomplish successfully the objectives of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. The Executive Committee shall further have the power to prescribe and adopt by-laws not in conflict with this Constitution, and shall have power to make rules and regulations not in conflict with this Constitution for the conduct of the affairs of this organization. The Executive Committee shall furthermore have power to approve Constitutions and By-Laws for the District and County Organizations, and to issue Charters to the “Republican Party of _______ County” — one such Charter to each county — it being the duty of the County Organization so chartered to issue Charters to Town, Village, Ward or Precinct Organizations. The Executive Committee may upon two-thirds vote, revoke the charters, after thirty (30) days notice and hearing to the aggrieved parties. County and District Party Constitutions shall be reviewed for compliance with the Constitution of the Republican Party of Wisconsin and to insure there are no conflicts. Nothing in this Constitution shall be construed to give the right to the Executive Committee to write platforms or to select or endorse delegates or to endorse candidates for office, except to fill vacancies after endorsement by the State Convention. The Executive Committee shall also establish a by-law with regulations regarding the assumption of debt by the State Party.”
That nails Scott Walker. He is on the executive committee. Again, maybe a lawsuit is the next step?
And through it all, even though President-elect Donald J. Trump eventually endorsed Paul Ryan, I never had anything other than praise for him for trying to bring unity to the party. That is the case to this day.
It was the right decision then and the right decision now. President-elect Trump is the leader we prayed for, the leader God sent us, to Make America Great Again.
Establishment Reince Preibus should not be White House Chief of Staff for outsider Donald Trump now.
Thanks to @pnehlen for your kind words, very much appreciated.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 1, 2016
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