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Trump Loyalist Wins Georgia County Chair Election, RINO Board Members Immediately Jump Ship

Trump loyalist Daniel Wiley won his election for the Douglas County, Georgia, GOP County Chairman and then he eliminated all the RINOS.



A Trump loyalist named Daniel Wiley won his election for the Douglas County, Georgia, GOP County Chairman and then he eliminated all the RINOS on the board. This is what we need to do, folks.

Wiley didn’t just win his election as county chair, he won in a landslide. And that vote tally gave him the power to purge the party of RINO “Republicans.” When the RINO board members expressed their reluctance to serve under him, they quit. And Wiley replaced them all with MAGA supporters.

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This is what we need to do, folks. We need to totally eliminate RINOs en masse.

The Republican Party is our party, folks, not the world of the RINO.

There is little difference between a RINO and a Democrat. They essentially have the same goal; to enlarge government and to take freedom from Americans in the name of security.

Recently Dan Schultz appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room where he noted that we have to do just what Mr. Wiley did in Georgia.

“Essentially what we have to do is we conservatives have to take over one of the two political parties. Our party is, the one we’ve been using is the Republican Party,” Schultz said. “The problem is we’re not in control of it. And the reason we’re not in control of it is we’re not in it.”

Schultz went on to urge MAGA supporters to get involved in local politics, become committeemen, and begin reshaping the GOP.

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