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Utah Democrats Run a Can’t-Win Candidate Against Mike Lee, to Force an Agenda

I’m going to put my foot through a sand castle of political correctness here. Because I can. And somebody should. Democrats in the very conservative state of Utah have apparently lost their minds. To challenge Senator Mike Lee, they have propped up a guy who calls himself “Misty Snow.” Never heard of him? Then you’re not shopping at the right grocery store. That’s his background: | Read More » The post Utah Democrats Run a Can’t-Win Candidate Against Mike Lee, to Force an Agenda appeared first on RedState.
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