GINGPAC Newsletter, May/Jun 2021

Jun 14th, 2021 | By | Category: Featured, Newsletters
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It is incredibly important that Senator Tim Scott wins reelection in South Carolina in 2022.

The left, including BLM, want him out of office because he is the “wrong color” to be conservative.

Tim Scott and William Murray

According to the culture police who control all forms of media and education, conservative thought is exclusive to older white males who are uneducated and live in trailer camps. All females of any age, non-whites, and those under 60-years-old should be on their knees worshipping Joe Biden when they are not watching CNBC.

Senator Scott, a born-again Christian, destroys the narrative. Much to the horror of the left there are 19 other Republican members of the House and Senate who are “people of color.” There are also 38 Republican women in the 117th Congress. All of them are targets of the left, but the number one target is Senator Tim Scott because of his outspoken stance for the Lord.

At his official Senate Internet site Senator Scott defines his conservative beliefs:

I am a strong supporter of our traditional conservative values. I believe that government should be protecting our right to religious freedom, not assaulting it.

I am strongly pro-life, supporting the Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act, Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, and the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. Since Roe vs. Wade, more than 50 million Americans have never had the opportunity to touch our soil, and that is a tremendous tragedy.

As a cosponsor of the Health Care Conscience Rights Act, I have also been steadfast in supporting efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act’s intrusion on Americans’ religious beliefs. Government is already overreaching into our homes and businesses; it can’t be allowed to do the same with our faith.

The people of South Carolina have voted overwhelmingly to protect the traditional definition of marriage, and I stand with their decision.

I regard all life as sacred and am proud of our values and traditions.  For this reason, I am committed to protecting the unborn and continuing to take a stand in defending traditional and religious values. (Senator Tim Scott)

To win in 2022 Senator Scott will need a war chest of millions of dollars. GING-PAC is allowed by the Federal Election Commission to give a candidate just $5,000 per election. This year and next we can give Senator Scotts’ re-election campaign only $5,000 for the primary and $5,000 for the general election … BUT … we can spend as much on his behalf as we want to, as long as we do not coordinate with his campaign.

We can do direct mail urging people to vote, or we can pay for telephone banks. We can even buy newspaper and Internet adds and have done that for candidates in the past.

AND … I can urge you to send a contribution directly to!

I know we are a long way out, but we have a long way to go — and a determined enemy that wants all social conservatives, regardless of color, kicked out of office. Please directly support the re-election of Senator Scott!

Texas seat still open

            Texas 6th district: I decided to back Christian conservative candidate Sery Kim for the vacant seat in the Texas 6th district. Then the race sort of turned into a circus. As a result, none of the 23 candidates received 50% plus one, so there is a runoff between the top two. Our candidate, Sery Kim, was not one of the top two.

            The top two were Jake Ellzey (R) and Susan Wright (R) and the runoff has been set for July 27th.  Both the top two candidates in the runoff are Republicans and there is no way the seat will not change party hands as a result of this election.

The top two advanced from a 23-candidate special election on May 1, 2021. Wright received 19.2% of the vote while Ellzey received 13.8% of the vote. Susan Wright is the widow of the previous incumbent, Ronald Wright (R) who died from COVID-19 related complications on February 7, 2021. President Donald Trump endorsed her on April 26th just before the initial runoff election.

In the 2020 general election, Ronald Wright received about 2% more of the vote than Donald Trump. This could indicate that a Trump endorsement may not automatically win Susan Wright the runoff, but widow status usually wins. GING-PAC endorsed Julia Letlow, widow of Rep. Luke Letlow, and she did win the general in the Louisiana 5th district with 61% of the vote. BUT … she did not have 22 other candidates to deal with, as does Susan Wright.

I am reaching out to both campaigns to discuss issues before an endorsement.

A Final Note

So far, seven special elections have been scheduled for the 117th Congress. There will be more, and we must be ready for them. Please help us get ready!

William J. Murray, GING-PAC Chairman

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