Republican Josh Mandel is a candidate for Senate in Ohio and is an outspoken supporter of President Donald J. Trump, and of investigating the 2020 Presidential election. Mandel was a guest of Steve Bannon’s on his War Room Podcast on Thursday.
“We Must Expose Squishy Establishment Republicans Who Are Providing Cover For Election Fraud,” Mandel told Bannon, referring to what he says is his number one campaign issue, the 2020 election, and election integrity. “2022 Elections Are A Fight For The Soul Of This Country.”
I say it every day in Ohio that the election was stolen from Donald J. Trump. These elections in 2022 is not about just beating the left it is for the soul of the country and for the Republican Party. Are we going to elect fighters or more squish Republicans like JD Vance, my opponent? I want to be clear. I am not going to DC to drain the swamp, I am going to blow up the swamp,” Madel said.
Josh is a combat marine and went out to Arizona to see the audit there and was inspired and positive about the process he watched there to examine votes.
“The 3 November project is everything, as the Democrats cheat as they did, they spit in the face of everyone who plaid the ultimate sacrifice for this country, and in the faces of men and women whose children carry a gun to fight for this country. In Arizona, they are looking at every single vote. That is what we need to do in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. We need to shine a bright light and do a full proctological exam of these election officials; they were cheating and harvesting ballots in the middle of the night; they were changing the rules and moving the goalposts with two mins left in the game they were using public health as what I believe is a garbage COVID excuse to change the rules. We need to hold their feet to the fire and expose them, and we also need to expose this squishy establishment Republican who is providing cover for the Democrats to cheat.”
Daily Mandel is active on Twitter and Facebook, posting stories of the people he meets and plans to represent in 2022.
TROY, OH — Pastor Johnathan Newman of Koinos Christian Fellowship organized this Pastors roundtable for me.
He told me to expect around 10 Pastors and over 50 showed up!
Things I heard from them
– Fight to protect the unborn
– Defend Religious Liberty
– Stop election cheating! pic.twitter.com/xE6KGzkelb
— Josh Mandel (@JoshMandelOhio) July 8, 2021
Madel currently faces two challengers in the Republican primary.
Recently Trump had a rally in Ohio, where he didn’t endorse anyone for the Senate race, but he did mention Mandel to the crowd who greatly approved of him in an informal grassroots straw poll.
I covered the story here:
As recently reported by The Chronicle, on Mandel’s platform is the Bible:
“U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel told Lorain County Republicans he would make decisions “with the Bible in one hand and the Constitution in the other” if elected in 2022.
Sen. Rob Portman, R-Cincinnati, will not seek reelection, leaving both Republicans and Democrats competing to be their party’s nominee on Nov. 8, 2022. The Lorain County Republican Party is hosting GOP Senate candidates and has already heard from Mike Gibbons, Jane Timken, and JD Vance, who made official his entrance into the race Thursday.
Lorain County Republican Party chairman David Arredondo said it is probable candidate Bernie Moreno also will visit Lorain County to speak to the local GOP soon.
Mandel, 43, told attendees at the meet-and-greet event that now is the time to send “fighters” to Washington.
“I would also submit to you, in Washington, it is not the time for bipartisanship. It is not the time for civility,” said the former state Treasurer and Ohio House Representative. “Now is the time for fighters.”
Some of the issues Mandel discussed, which he described as good vs. evil, include transgender athletes competing with cisgender athletes and sharing locker rooms, critical race theory, election security, and more.
He said he believes “left wing financiers, the big tech thugs” including investor George Soros planned to “take down the country from within” over 16 years with former President Barack Obama and 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in office his secretary of state.
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However, Mandel said former President Donald Trump disrupted the plan because “we the people” supported his 2016 candidacy.
“I would submit to you that in Washington right now, there is something I call the uni-party. It is this cabal of Democrats and Republicans who go to Washington to do good but stay in Washington to do well,” Mandel said. “Do well for themselves, do well for their family members, their lobbyists, buddies, their cronies.”
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776