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07-17-2022    01:37 PM    OPINION    Apples don't fall far from Trees, birds of a feather flock together, American Values Candidates, and the more you know...

I couldn't believe it when Wyoming elected Liz Cheney the first time, let alone a second time.  Perhaps it always was who counted the votes that made Liz Cheney win the vote.  In a recent article from the Casper Star Tribune that is begging Socialists to cross party lines if they haven't already, there are no surprises here, including that Liz Cheney is endorsed by a "self-described socialist Democrat."  What is a surprise is the comment that someone seems to believe that Cheney is opposed to any "threat to democracy and the rule of law."

The words "Cheney and rule of law" go together like "Trump and socialism."  Under her father, Dick Cheney, Iran's power and influence in the Middle East was expanded, and his policy allowed Iran to advance its nuclear-weapons program without consequence.  Dick Cheney was Vice President of the United States when the anti-American "Patriot Act" was pushed through.

When Vice President Dick Cheney left office, his approval rating stood at a staggeringly low 13 percent.  Documents show how Cheney built a rap sheet for drunk driving, pitched in on President Gerald R. Ford's unsuccessful veto of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in 1974, and helped undermine investigations of CIA scandals in 1975.

I cannot find a news article on the world wide web, but does anyone recall that nuclear warheads "went missing" under Dick Cheney's "leadership."   Previously I have been chided for using Wikipedia as a reference, but this is literally the only place I could find documentation for my actual memory.  As you can see by reading the article, they don't mention Dick Cheney in the article, but at the time it happened and was in the actual news headlines Dick Cheney was cited as the one in charge of the shipment when the nuclear warheads went missing.  Dick Cheney was Vice President in 2007, at the time this Broken Arrow incident occurred.

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.  Please share this information with everyone you know, especially those who might cross party lines to vote for her.  Some of them are going to be American Democrats who need to know the whole truth about the Cheney family activities.

Other contested Wyoming races that Americans have asked me to mention include:

Bryan Miller for Wyoming House District 51 is definitely an American Values candidate.

Cheri Steinmetz for Senate District 3 is definitely an American Values candidate.

Chuck Gray for Secretary of State is another American Values candidate.

Who not to vote for, and why (with American Values substitutions!):

Tara Nethercott, Senate District 4, running for Secretary of State this year, could return to the legislature when she loses her bid for secretary of state.  According to this letter by a Cheyenne citizen, she is not an American Values candidate.  She does vote American Values some of the time.  The NRA gave her a 58% rating in 2020.  She earned the Wyoming County Commissioner's Association Legislator of the Year Award in 2021.  When contacted regarding the anti-American agenda to kids through libraries, Jerimiah Rieman, Executive Director Wyoming County Commissioner's Association responded "I appreciate your interest in sharing this information, but I'd ask you remove me and my staff from your email list.  I understand this is an important local issue, however, I see no relevance to our current organizational priorities."  So, Nethercott is endorsed by an organization that does not consider American Values a priority.  Let Nethercott know by your vote that you do not support her sometimes socialist agenda, both by voting for American Values candidate Chuck Gray for Secretary of State, and when you get an opportunity to vote for a Senator for District 4 again.

Ogden Driskill, Senate District 1, voiced what a loss it would be to the Senate to lose the sometimes socialist-minded Nethercott.  Isn't it great that we have an American Values candidate, Bill Fortner, running against Driskill this year for Senate District 1.

Eric Barlow, Senate District 23, (besides his decade of sometimes deplorable actions as State Representative) was discussed regarding questionable and secretive transactions (wouldn't we like to know how that turned out) in texts exchanged between the corrupt mayor Carter-King and the corrupt city administrator Patrick Davidson.  In 2020 the Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming gave Barlow a 50% rating, and the American Conservative Union gave him a 52% rating.  While he may be a popular veterinarian, let's allow him to engage in practices that aren't detrimental to American Values by keeping him out of the Wyoming State Legislature.  Write-In Patricia Junek for Senate District 23.

Please send the documentation for your District's American Values candidates so we can circulate the information.  The more you know, right? And knowing is half the battle.

God Bless Americans now and always.

Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.

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