GINGPAC Newsletter, Mar/Apr 2022

Apr 24th, 2022 | By | Category: Featured, Newsletters
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What is the November election about?

The last Wednesday in March I was at an invitation only lunch for a briefing on Senate and House activity. A spokesman for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell gave a twenty minute detailed talk on actions in the Senate without once mentioning a social conservative issue.

This failure to mention social conservative issues continued, as briefing on filling the Senate seats being vacated at the end of the year by retirements. Several great social conservatives I have worked with for decades including Roy Blunt (R-MO) and James Inhofe (R-OK) are leaving.

Roy Blunt led the Senate Values Action Team for a decade and was a leader in social conservative areas. The Senate VAT is now chaired by Senator Lankford (R-OK).

In all, six Republicans (all far up in years) are retiring. Inhofe for example is 87 years old. There is only one Democrat retiring from the Senate. While Democrats in mass are fleeing the House, that is not happening in the Senate.

It is difficult to defend an open seat and in the above presentation that was made clear.

Then came the time for questions and of course I had one. “Why is more not being mentioned by the GOP at the national level about social conservative issues — such as children as young as 10 or 11 in public schools receiving hormones to “change their sex” without parents’ consent?? And what about the destruction of womens’ sports by the “trans” movement? Standing up against issues like these can win votes from suburban women, and Governor Youngkin proved that in Virginia.

I was shocked by the answer I received. The response was that suburban women are interested in the security of the nation first. What? Don’t get me wrong; I am sure that is on the list of issues for suburban women voters. But I am also sure that their having U.S. aircraft carriers in the South China Sea comes in second to having safe public schools for their children.

If President Trump had carried as many suburban women voters in 2020 as he did in 2016, no amount of Democrat cheating would have been able to get Biden in the White House. The GOP needs that suburban female vote to win elections — and social issues can do that! Once elected to Congress, Republicans seem to forget about every issue except defense and corporate taxes. There is little mention of the southern border now, where in the last six months over one million illegals have crossed from Mexico. But there is lots about Hunter Biden, for good reason.

Hunter Biden: Why won’t someone just say the obvious: Hunter Biden is a dirtbag. He used his father’s high office to get millions of dollars to spend on the best dope and women money can buy. (Good women can’t be bought.)

The New York Times and Washington Post finally admitted that the notorious laptop with images of Hunter passed out, and the records of illegal transactions was in fact real. Of course the liberal publications knew it was Hunter Biden’s real laptop when they claimed it was “Russian disinformation” during the 2020 election.

Talk about conspiracy – At a congressional hearing the head of the FBI’s cybersecurity unit said he didn’t know where the Hunter Biden laptop was.

We know this much. While his father was Vice President, Hunter Biden received “consulting fees,” “finder’s fees” and other “fees” from Ukrainian, Russian and Chinese firms. Some of the Chinese firms were associated with the Chinese military. Not small amounts but millions of dollars were involved.

If the Republicans take back the Congress in November there will be real hearings and it is likely that the involvement of President Joe Biden in influence peddling while he was vice president will be exposed.

Meanwhile the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware is investigating Hunter Biden for reported possible tax fraud, lobbying crimes, and money laundering.

Biden’s chief of staff, Ron Klain told ABC News that the president believes his dopehead son, Hunter Biden, didn’t break the law. Now it is becoming apparent that Joe Biden’s brother James was also involved in influence peddling. James Biden has been linked to Hunter’s shady dealings with payments from a Chinese firm.

James Biden, 72, received $65,000 a month from the Chinese-linked consulting group throughout 2018, totaling $780,000. The cash was given to his Lion Hall Group. This same group which is connected to the Chinese military, gave dopehead Hunter Biden $100,000 a month in “consulting fees” while his father Joe Biden was vice president.

My questions is this: Why are GOP candidates arguing over Donald Trump and the 2020 election, rather than upon the influence selling Biden family and the Democrat members of Congress who protect them?

Change is coming in November

GING-PAC has not endorsed any more candidates for the 2022 election. I receive requests almost daily, but I just can’t spend dollars now in primary elections with more than one pro-life candidate. If I did, we might not have funds in November to help social conservatives beat the radical pro-trans Democrats who want to destroy civilization.

To be effective in the general election in 2022, GING-PAC will need your support. Please send a donation by return mail or donate today at GINGPAC.ORG Thank you!

William J. Murray, GING-PAC Chairman

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