Congressman Thomas Massie Endorses Greg Brannon For U.S. Senate
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The following update by Rep. Massie was sent out as an email update. Contribute to Greg’s moneybomb today by following this LINK.
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On December 16th, 1773 the Sons of Liberty staged a political protest in the Boston Harbor to rebel against the “intolerable acts” of the British Empire and defend the principles of self-government, consent, and natural rights.
From December 6th-16th we will host the “Retreat Is Not an Option” money bomb to raise the funds our campaign needs to fight back against Karl Rove and the DC Insiders who are determined to silence grassroots conservatives.
It is important we stop the Rove/McConnell backed candidate Thom Tillis from winning the nomination.
Dear xxxx,My name is Thomas Massie, and I represent Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District.When I first ran for Congress in 2012, Senator Rand Paul supported my campaign and helped propel me to victory over my better-funded establishment opponents.
And today, I’m proud to stand with my good friend Rand Paul and endorse Greg Brannon for U.S. Senate in North Carolina.
If elected to the U.S. Senate, I have no doubt that Greg Brannon will fight tooth-and-nail to repeal ObamaCare and fight for our conservative values.
But Greg can’t get to Washington and join Senator Paul on the front lines without the help and support of conservatives like you.
That’s why I hope you’ll join me and Rand Paul in supporting Greg Brannon by making a generous contribution to his campaign.
I can tell you from first-hand experience the Washington establishment is gunning for Greg in this election.
They know he’s not “their guy,” so they’re going to do everything they can to defeat him.
So please take a moment to read Greg’s letter below.
And after you read his letter, I hope you’l help Greg shake up Washington by making a generous contribution to his December 6-16th “Retreat is NOT an Option” Money Bomb right away.
Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY)