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Last July, I wrote for Ricochet in support of Blake Masters for the Senate seat in Arizona. I’m happy, fellow Ricochetti, to say he just won his primary yesterday comfortably and I’m as confident as ever that he’ll win the November race, unseat the non-entity Mark Kelly, and become part of the new GOP majority. Masters secured Trump’s endorsement. You can hear him give his appeal to angry patriots at the Save America Rally in lovely Prescott:
There’s every reason to believe Masters will be much better than most GOP Senators, who have failed to cover themselves in glory especially in recent years. He’s a young man who knows more about technology than the rest of the Senate–he worked for Peter Thiel until he got into politics, with his very generous support–a subject that will be very important for Republicans to master. He’s also wealthy, which should free him considerably from the self-seeking that has overtaken American politics at most levels, and has a family, which we should expect will keep him from spending the rest of his life in politics.
America is now an astonishing gerontocracy. A country supposedly run by zombies like Biden and Pelosi will have to make some serious changes before it can claim the respect it has claimed for more than two centuries now, and mostly received. We can hope a Sen. Masters would be part of that change.Published in