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Vote-Fraud-Challenging State Senator Draws Huge Crowd for Pa. Announcement

'They want you to settle for some loser, some guy who’s not gonna fight for you... '

Pennsylvania State Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, announced on Jan. 8 before a packed house that he would seek the Republican nomination for the state’s 2022 gubernatorial election.

Mastriano, who retired as a colonel from a 30-year Army career in 2017, has led the General Assembly’s efforts to investigate fraud in the state’s 2020 elections.

His election-integrity efforts have led to an impending forensic audit of the voting machines that Fulton County used in the 2020 elections, which Dominion Voting Systems has sought to stall with a lawsuit.

“They want you to settle for some loser, some guy who’s not gonna fight for you,” Mastriano told supporters, WSKG reported. “[They’ll] say all kinds of things that some focus groups told them to say. But in office, will they do anything for you?”

Mastriano attended the January 6th Capitol protest, which turned into an FBI-orchestrated false flag, and has since defended the federal government’s political prisoners, who mostly committed misdemeanors, like trespassing.

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn praised Mastriano.

“He is a leader,” Flynn said. “He’s not your classic politician. We need leadership in this country. We need warriors, we need fighters!”

Mastriano has had to fight his own party, including Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Centre, to push forward with the investigation into the state’s 2020 election.

Corman, who Mastriano labeled “establishment,” is also running for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, along with another 15 candidates.

Pennsylvania’s primary is on May 17. The Republican victor will face the winner of the Democratic nomination on Nov. 8.

Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf cannot seek a third term. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro leads the Democrat field.

The corporate media published several smears against Mastriano, calling him a “Christian nationalist,” a politician with a “messianic zeal,”

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