NC-09: The battle to topple Ginger McCready
The US Marines have got to LOVE Ginger McCready, the Democrats’ great white hope in the crusade to steal the Ninth Congressional District after 60 years of uninterrupted Republican rule. No Marine, or ex-Marine, has done more public whining and crying about anything than lil’ Ginger.
It just demonstrates the damage the left’s efforts to turn military service into just another way to pay off your Harvard and Yale tuition has truly done to a once-proud institution. (A great opportunity for lefty snowflakes with political ambitions — Hello, Mr. Grier Martin and Mr. Jeff Jackson — to try and put themselves on the same level as real heroes. Holding down that desk in the behind-the-lines JAG office vs. dodging Taliban mortars on the front lines.)
Dazed and confused state elections supervisor Kim Strach sat by and watched as Hillary Clinton’s goons destroyed a good man — Mark Harris — and thwarted the will of the Ninth District’s voters. State GOP officials also sat in stunned silence — apparently under the same substance(s) that impaired Mrs. Strach.
So, Republicans are forced to do it all over again on a shorter schedule, while Ginger McCready can sit back, laugh, count his out-of-state special interest money, and hold court before the slobbering sycophant driveby media.
So far, the crew of Republicans we’re hearing about is not exactly firing up the partisan passions. It’s looking like the Union County political machine vs. the Mecklenburg County machine, with a few lesser-knowns tossed in the mix. If you take into account what showed up at conventions in the district over the weekend, here is the GOP’s prospect list:
- Former state senator Tommy Tucker (Union County)
- Union County board of commissioners chairman Stony Rushing
- state senator Dan Bishop (Mecklenburg)
- former Mecklenburg County commissioner Matthew Ridenhour
- state Rep. Dean Arp (Union)
- Stevie Rivenbark (Cumberland)
- Nadia Cora Robinson (Mecklenburg)
I know of at least one more BIG CONSERVATIVE name considering the race. (Stay tuned.)
However, if you’re just considering the list above — Rushing, Bishop, and Ridenhour are the ONLY serious choices for conservatives.
Ridenhour –-washed out of office by the Mecklenburg Blue Wave — valiantly joined forces with colleagues Bill James and Jim Puckett to provide some opposition to the leftist horde dominating the Mecklenburg county board. (He, like Ginger, is a former Marine.)
Rushing is the endorsed choice of Mark Harris. I don’t know much about him. He’s a gun shop owner and a fierce supporter of the 2nd amendment (not unlike congressman Ted Budd). He’s already got the left super-ticked off (which is always a good thing). And he’s shown a propensity to stand up for himself and his beliefs in a manner that has rarely been exhibited by Republicans in this race, in this state, and in this nation.
Bishop was the driving force behind HB2. So, liberals hate his guts too. He was probably damn lucky to escape the 2018 blue wave. So, they will likely be after him with a vengeance in 2020. He’s an attorney. I had hoped to see him go for attorney general at some point. Bishop is a strong social conservative with a good working relationship with Tami Fitzgerald and NC Values.
Filing starts Monday and runs through Friday. I am sure some surprise names will pop in there. While Republicans are spending their money and beating each other up in the primary, they need to keep in mind that GI Ginger is sitting over there on the left unscathed and waiting for them with a huge bank account funded by radical gays, tree-huggers and abortion fans.
If the GOP screws this up and lets McCready slip in, and then loses their slim legislative majorities in 2020, the Ninth can be gerrymandered out of GOP control for perpetuity. A lot is at stake here.
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For what it’s worth, Ridenhour is already going after McCready hard, rather than fellow Republicans. This video is currently making the rounds on social media.
The political leadership of the entire NC Republican Party just seems to be increasingly dysfunctional. That we could lose the “forever Republican” Ninth District seat is incomprehensible. If we can’t win there, where can we win? The Harris hearings further demonstrated the incompetence of the party’s legal and political machinery to deal with Democratic resourcefulness. The only worse GOP disaster in the state is the Republican-appointed UNC trustees who have totally surrendered to the Radical Leftists in Chapel Hill. It’s a bleak landscape for hardworking conservative activists across the state. If not for Donald Trump, I think most of us would just walk away from this trainwreck.
To me Bishop showed some very bad judgement by endorsing Chris Turner in the Mecklenburg county chairman’s race
Ridenhour was a very big supporter of Pittenger despite his F rating from Conservative Review. The 9th can do better than Ridenhour.
Currently our state is in headed in the wrong direction. That is putting it mildly. It got very serious when Robin Hayes was elected NCGOP chair and Dallas Woodhouse was hired. They have been grossly incompetent. Results matter. Replacing them is job one. We need to move on from the Harris fiasco with our new candidate. Reliving that right now is just beating him up. Let him be. That doesn’t mean we quietly accept the Democrat election stealing, but that is a matter for after this Congressional seat is secured by a conservative Republican. Right now we can not walk or chew gum. Our candidate has to be squeaky clean and run a campaign that is equally clean.
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