Continuing her anti-Trump farewell tour, Heidi Heitkamp brought in Cory Booker today, one of the most ardent opponents of Justice Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation.
This is the same Cory Booker who said he was Spartacus because he was releasing classified documents (they weren’t classified), then said he wasn’t Spartacus, then said Kavanaugh supporters-which include an overwhelming majority of North Dakotans- are ‘complicit in evil,’ and then said it didn’t matter whether Kavanaugh was ‘innocent or guilty,’ but that he just has to go.
Let’s be clear: North Dakotans don’t care why Heidi Heitkamp brought anti-Kavanaugh Cory, but they both have to go.
“Heidi Heitkamp is continuing to bring surrogates on her farewell tour that showcase her anti-North Dakota record,” said North Dakota Republican Party Communications Director Jake Wilkins. “Cory Booker is a strong reminder of Heidi Heitkamp’s anti-life, anti-gun vote on Justice Kavanaugh, and voters will hold her accountable for it on Election Day.”
“The Affordable Care Act has been a disastrous for my wife and I. For the last several years we spent over $30,000 a year to purchase healthcare. Any plan the Republicans can come up with has got to be better.. What the hell do we have to lose.”- Barry Argabright, Fargo
“Waters of the U.S. Rule (WOTUS) has been disastrous for farmers interfering with our ability to manage our land and create economic opportunity. Kevin has consistently opposed WOTUS as an unconstitutional power grab by the federal government. We need that kind of a Senator in DC representing North Dakota’s interests.” – Ryan Wanzek, Jamestown farmer
“Heidi and Conrad’s recent ad blaming Rep. Cramer for the national debt is unbelievably dishonest. On January 20, 2009, when Obama was sworn in, the debt was $10.626 trillion. On January 20, 2017, when he left, it was $19.947 trillion. That’s why most people say Obama added $9 trillion to the debt, more than any other president. Heidi supported this reckless growth in debt.” – Sylvan Melroe, Fargo Veteran
“Kevin’s records proves he supports legal and sensible immigrations. Heidi has voted for chaos and anarchy at the border. American’s are not against immigration, we are simply against unregulated and illegal immigration. No society can survive thousands upon thousands of people flooding their borders with no existing support system. The result is anarchy, crime and exhaustion of societal resources. This should not be a Democrat issue or a Republican issue, this is an American issue.” – Rockne Earles, Oriska retired businessman
“Heidi Heitkamp has made it clear her real home is in Washington DC, where she votes with Chuck Schumer and national liberals against tax cuts, conservative judges, banning late-term abortion or cracking down on illegal immigration,” said North Dakota Republican Party Communications Director Jake Wilkins. “North Dakotans are ready to tell Heitkamp to go home by voting for Kevin Cramer this November.”
Heidi Heitkamp gave her state party $3 million, and they are using it to depress voter turnout in North Dakota.
A reader alerted me to this curious message on Facebook which tells voters they may lose their hunting licenses in other states if they vote:
Facebook keeps a searchable database of the political ads which run on their platform. I searched for this particular ad to verify it, and it’s real. Paid for by the North Dakota Democratic-NPL:
The ad is promoting a Facebook Page titled “Hunter Alert,” though at this point there is no content there other than some logos.
I reached out to Democrats about the ad, asking what facts they’re basing this claim that hunters may lose their licenses for voting on. The Democrats typically don’t respond to my inquiries, however.
I’ve been writing about politics for more than 15 years now, and this is the first time I’ve ever heard of something like this.
I contacted Secretary of State Al Jaeger and asked if he’d ever heard of this claim before. “No,” he told me. “We’re not involved at all in the requirements for getting a hunting license. A question like what you have needs to be directed to the Game & Fish Department. I doubt that there’s any connection.”
“We’ve never heard of that, Randy Meissner, the licensing manager for North Dakota Game & Fish, told me when I contacted him and read him the text of the ad. I sent him the links and screenshots for the ad and he said he was going to run the claim by his administration.
This ad comes at a time when North Dakota Democrats are accusing the Republican legislative majority in the state of trying to suppress Native American votes with voter ID requirements.
Following her lackluster debate performance Friday, Heidi Heitkamp’s campaign has tried to convince voters they have momentum simply by telling voters they have momentum.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 31, 2018
My “Pretend North Dakota is Still My Home” Tour
Thursday, Nov 1
*Former* VP Rally
10:30 AM – Ask Joe Biden to not say something bad during the rally.
11:30 AM – Apologize for whatever Joe Biden says during the rally.
3:15 PM – Rewatch the rally with the sound off.
5:45 PM – Call sexual assault victims to apologize.
6:00 PM – Continue attacking Kevin Cramer.
Friday, Nov 2
8:00 AM – Check in on my house (not the $1 million DC home, the other one).
11:00 AM – Tell tribes how easy it is to vote in North Dakota, despite what my campaign says.
6:15 PM – Argue with Baker Boy Donuts employees about the tax cuts.
Saturday, Nov 3
8:15 AM – approve campaign’s political attacks.
8:45 AM – Let my chief of staff yell at reporters who don’t write friendly stories.
11:00 AM – Find more unpopular former politicians to be campaign surrogates.
4:30 PM – Brag about supporting Obamacare, which drove up health care premiums 44%.
5:45 PM – Hope voters forget I did nothing during the DAPL protests.
Sunday, Nov 4
6:15 PM – Ask Chuck Schumer what positions I’m allowed to take this week.
10:15 AM – Let my official office keep attacking a veteran.
2:45 PM – Knock the doors of reliable Republicans because our data isn’t very good.
5:45 PM – Pledge to repeal the tax cuts since they’re working so poorly in North Dakota (I think?).
Monday, Nov 5
8:45 AM – Resist the urge to discuss repeated abortion flip-flops.
11:30 AM – Pretend to be a moderate to fool the western, conservative part of the state.
4:15 PM – Pretend to be a liberal to fool the eastern, moderate part of the state.
6:45 PM – Dismiss “sanctuary cities” as a scare tactic one final time.
Tuesday, Nov 6
8:01 PM – Concede to Kevin Cramer.
Heidi Heitkamp’s brother and de-facto campaign spokesman Joel continued his auditions for a spot on MSNBC this morning, and it’s safe to say it didn’t go well.
Coverage of Kevin Cramer’s superior performance in the final Senate debate continued last night, with KX4’s Chris Berg reminding voters that Cramer delivered the best lines on health care, trade, the economy, and Heidi Heitkamp’s last minute desperation.
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Forum Endorses GOP Statewide Candidates
The Fargo Forum endorsed our candidates for Secretary of State, Attorney General, Agriculture Commissioner, and PSC. They know our leaders like Al Jaeger are experienced, capable leaders who represent our interests and deserve to stay on the job.
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Al Carlson Defends Voter ID Laws
As national media has covered North Dakota’s Voter ID laws nonstop, yet still do not seem to fully understand the issue at hand, State House Majority Leader Al Carlson defended our Voter ID laws with Valley News Live anchor Chris Berg.