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Ronna McDaniel is Finally Doing Something Good for the Republicans: She is Resigning

Ronna McDaniel, who is as worthless as her uncle, Mitt Romney and n0w she is following in his footsteps and will be leaving her post as the head of the DNC. This follows the announcement from Romney that he will not be running for reelection. Good riddance to bad rubbish. Not that he had any shot at winning. You can fool the Mormons once, but not twice. Rumor has it that when McDaniel met with Trump at Mar-a-Lago that she told him that she would be stepping down right after the South Carolina primary.

Actually, McDaniel had no choice asTrum0p- had announced that he would be maki8ng suggestions on the DNC right after the South Carolina primary. Trump is expected to back Michael Whatley, the current Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) to replace McDaniel, who has been a total disappointment. Who knew expensive travel, luxury hotel rooms, and ultra fine dining does not win elections?

Trump wrote:

“Things are looking great in the Presidential Race of 2024 against Crooked Joe Biden. We have Leads, in many cases substantial, in virtually every Head-to-Head Poll. The Primary seems to be over, but I’ll be going to South Carolina next week to finish off a very unpopular Candidate. On Thursday, I’m heading to Nevada for the Nevada Caucus, where there are 26 Delegates – Hopefully, we’ll get most of them. In my successful run in 2016, the State of Michigan really came through – First time in Decades that it was won by a Republican, and it was headed up by my friend Ronna McDaniel. Ronna is now Head of the RNC, and I’ll be making a decision the day after the South Carolina Primary as to my recommendations for RNC Growth.”

From The Gateway Pundit

According to two sources familiar with the matter, Ronna McDaniel informed President Trump of her intentions to resign from her position shortly after the South Carolina primary on February 24.

According to the New York Times, Trump is reportedly favoring Michael Whatley, the current Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP), to fill the leadership vacuum.

Last month, Donald Trump threw his support behind Michael Whatley for the role of RNC co-chair, granting him his “Complete and Total Endorsement” in a message to his followers.

Trump wrote in an email:

“North Carolina Republican Chairman Michael Whatley is running to become the Co-Chair of the Republican National Committee next week in California.

In addition to leading North Carolina to tremendous success in the recent election, including the victory by Senator Ted Budd, he has helped turn North Carolina, with my help, of course, red. Mike is

MAGA all the way!

He has been with me and real Republicans all the way, has helped America First candidates get elected, and will be a great Co-Chair of the RNC.

Michael Whatley has my Complete and Total Endorsement. On to victory in 2024!”

Since Ronna Romney McDaniel assumed leadership of the GOP in 2017, the party’s grip on power has seemingly loosened. Under her watch, Republicans have experienced a series of electoral setbacks, losing eight gubernatorial races, three Senate seats, 19 House seats, and a presidential race.

The Gateway Pundit reported on Saturday that the RNC is looking at opening a credit line to help pay the bills and compensate for dismal recent fundraising levels.

It can be recalled that donations to the feckless Republican Party reached an 8-year low under Ronna McDaniel.




2 Responses

  1. Okay, let me be specific on why I find the RNC’s fundraising efforts so repugnant despite being a strong conservative active in politics. I hope that SOMEBODY in the incoming leadership reads and acts on this.

    1. The fundraising appeals lack any substance. They just ask for money–10 or more times a day! The GOP has not articulated a plan–much less a contract with America. They never say what the money is going to be used for other than the occasional generalized statements: elect more Republicans, win the House, catch up with the Democrats’ fundraising.

    2. Tricks and lies. “We just want your opinion.” “This is not another fundraising request.” “I just want you to answer question 2.” Then you follow the link and… a). There is no questionnaire just some statement like ‘If you don’t want the Democrats to [xyz] then support us with your donation.’ b). A few questions asking us to tell them what we’ve already told them en mass that we want followed by a donation request. Often they won’t even submit the survey you just filled out unless you donate! Another popular trick is to claim some noteworthy named Republican saw MY answer to a specific question and was impressed and wants to know more, when the fact is this is just another fundraising request.

    3. Assumed identities. Using the name of a key Republican politician and claiming the message is from them, or an update from them when at best this is something someone else wrote and the named person gave permission to use their name, or at worst if they ever did read what was supposedly written by them they would be appalled!

    4. Praise & treason. One minute I get a text or email congratulating me on being one of the staunchest supporters of the Republican Party. the next minute I get an email or text accusing me of abandoning the party and/or working for the other side! Another is they create some fictional award and claimed I won (I and all my friends it turns out), they want me to serve on some committee or advisory board…and all they need is me to confirm by donating $X.

    As for me, I’ve LONG since stopped giving to the RNC (despite what they say their records say–another lie). I give directly to the candidates who show a commitment to actually standing up for the constitutional republic we created.

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