Opinion | Kathy Barnette Is Clear Winner of Pennsylvania Republican U.S. Senate Debate

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Kathy Barnette

Conservative commentator and veteran Kathy Barnette clearly won the Pennsylvania Republican U.S. Senate Debate on April 25, 2022. While Mehmet Oz and David McCormick were attempting to defend their questionable loyalties, Barnette offered clear solutions for Pennsylvania and America. She did, however, take an opportunity to share her thoughts on her out-of-state opponents when she said, “I don’t make many promises on the campaign trail, but I can promise the people of Pennsylvania that when these carpetbaggers lose, you will never see them again. And if they should win, you will never see them again!”
The topics discussed in the debate included abortion, border security, election integrity, and America First policies. Speaking of what Americans should have learned over the past two years of the Biden Administration, Barnette said “We need to walk as free people. We should remember that Covid doesn’t trump the U.S. Constitution. And we shouldn’t have anyone’s foot on our throat telling us how to live our lives.” She went on to speak about Democrats’ complaints about the current state of the nation by saying, “Democrats have the power to change everything tomorrow if they wanted. But then they’d have to admit that everything they’ve done so far has been a complete and utter failure.” In her closing statement, Barnette said, “I am you. I have traveled across the Commonwealth more than any other candidate. These are serious times and we need a candidate who has done more than just memorizing our talking points.”Kathy Barnette announced her campaign for the United States Senate in April of 2021. She has since crisscrossed the state of Pennsylvania, traveling approximately 1,000 miles each week. Barnette is a veteran of the Armed Forces Reserves, a Conservative political commentator, a former adjunct professor of corporate finance, and the author of the book Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America. The Primary Election in the State of Pennsylvania is on May 17, 2022, and the General Election will take place on November 8, 2022.

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