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It looks like one of the biggest RINOs in the Senate is heading for a smackdown in the August primary. Polls are predicting a Trump-endorsed outsider will dethrone D.C. insider Lisa Murkowski, who supports Joe Biden's agenda.
Church Militant's Martina Moyski tells us more about the upcoming Alaska Senate race.
Kelly Tshibaka, U.S. Senate candidate, R-Alaska: "I'm not standing on the sidelines while Joe Biden and Lisa Murkowski and their woke leftist friends continue to obliterate the state and the country that I love."
GOP candidate Kelly Tshibaka is giving RINO Lisa Murkowski a run for her money in the Alaska Senate race.
The former commissioner of Alaska's Department of Administration is leading over three-term incumbent Murkowski, according to a new poll. America-first Tshibaka is trumping Murkowski by 16 points — 45% to 29%.
We are going to block Biden's business-busting, border-bungling, crime-cascading, defense-decimating, energy-annihilating, gun-grabbing, gender-jumbling, liberty-loathing, mandate-militating, parent-punishing, police-persecuting, socialist-supporting, America-obliterating agenda.
Trump endorsed Tshibaka back in June saying that she's "the candidate who can beat Murkowski — and she will."
Murkowski — a faux Catholic — is an ardent supporter of leftist causes, advancing abortion and the LGBT agenda. She voted to impeach Trump for the so-called insurrection on Jan. 6.
Tshibaka describes herself as "unapologetically pro-life," has written in support of gay reparative therapy and has taken heat for speaking out against election fraud.
Murkowski is endorsed by establishment Republicans like George W. Bush and Jeff Flake. Her campaign has six times more cash than Tshibaka's.
But more voters are seeing through Murkowski's disguise — identifying as a Republican but voting with the Dems.
As Ketanji Brown Jackson's full Senate vote looms, Democrats are busy wooing Republicans for necessary votes, and Murkowski — who did not vote for Kavanaugh — is one of the senators at the top of their list.