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Some of the media show last week is the kickoff of Sen. Joni Ernst from the re-election campaign as a possible harbinger of what message the Republicans will drive home to potential voters in the 2020 election cycle: a choice between socialism or freedom.
Ernst, a freshman Republican U.S. senator from Iowa, started her campaign for a second term for their annual “Roast and Ride” fundraiser at the Central Iowa Expo in June 15.
“Today, when I read the start of this campaign, I ask that you join me on this mission of socialism to eradicate and protect the important balance between state responsibility and individual freedom,” Ernst told supporters. “It is the freedom, the power of our democracy, the greatest nation known in the history of mankind.”
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After that, she has spurned, then, the 2020 Democratic candidates for their apparent embrace of socialism.
“It looks like the socialist left knew, such as my kick-off presentation,” Ernst wrote on Twitter. “Well, to be honest -the end of private health insurance, taxation of working Americans to pay, the “work-shy”and that is socialism. We have seen what it leads to in Venezuela, and I will do everything I can to stop it here.”
Seriously, the charges of socialism, echoed a common theme among the Republicans who have chastised 2020, the Democratic candidate for moving to the left, a fact pointed out scornfully that of a writer, Esquire, said Ernst on the campaign telegraphed the Republican line of attack for 2020.
“No one will define it, of course,” writer Charles P. Pierce wrote, referring to socialism. “For example, in may, for the second time, President* backup of the Brink’s truck and loaded $16 billion into the hands of American farmers, which will always be war, murdered by its trade with China. Ernst was not in contrast to this apparent outbreak, the rank of socialism.”
In Cedar Rapids, the Gazette, asked: “Do the Republicans, who warn of the dangers of socialism also want these subsidies to be abolished?”
Democrats, meanwhile, appear to be to outdo try each other in their shift to the left.
Seriously, an outspoken supporter of President Trump, of headlines earlier this year after she claims she was attacked by her ex-husband while they were married. She also said her ex-boyfriend she described as “physically and sexually abused and” raped in the night.
Ernst’s comments were once again this week, according to Trump’s writer E. Jean Carroll’s allegations, denied that he had raped her in the mid-1990s.
“Number one, she’s not my type. Number two, it never happened. It’s never happened. OK?” Trump said in a Monday interview with the hill.
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“I’m not going to address what the President has said, but what I’m going to talk about is that everyone who comes to should the front be with the accusation heard,” Ernst said.
Seriously, it was to comment later chastised for their refusal to Trump’s remarks in the light of their own allegations of sexual assault.