Republican Senate candidate says Fauci is ‘mass murderer’, should be jailed instead of ‘hero’ Rittenhouse

Jackson Lahmeyer, a pastor running against the Republican senator. James lankfordJames Paul Lankford Bill requiring businesses to report cyber incidents advances Senate Manchin’s ‘red line’ on abortion splits Lankford Democrats draws second rival from Oklahoma Republican primary MORE In the 2022 Oklahoma Senate primary, he said the United States is “upside down” if Kyle Rittenhouse is sent to prison while Anthony FauciAnthony FauciOvernight Health Care – Presented by Emergent Biosolutions – 2.6 million children vaccinated in first two weeks Fauci: COVID still severe, not yet endemic The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by ExxonMobil – House Democrats expect big vote about the Biden measure MORE, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, can walk free, according to Newsweek.

Lahmeyer called Rittenhouse, who is on trial for fatally shooting two protesters and wounding a third last year, an “American hero” and said Fauci should be jailed, Newsweek reported.

“They worship a mass murderer. He belongs to the prison,” Lahmeyer said during a Facebook live broadcast on Tuesday, referring to Fauci, according to Newsweek. “But Kyle Rittenhouse, who defends himself against a convicted pedophile, a convicted female rapist, is fighting for his life not to go to prison. Our nation is living upside down right now.”

Rittenhouse is awaiting a verdict in his trial on five separate charges, including first-degree murder, after shooting three men in Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a 2020 protest following the murder of a 29-year-old black man named Jacob, involved. For the police. Blake.

According to Newsweek, Lahmeyer has vowed to criticize Fauci on a daily basis, calling the infectious disease expert the “biggest con man in the United States of America who has gotten away with it.”

Retweeting the Newsweek article about his comments, Lahmeyer added: “Anthony Fauci must be fired, arrested and convicted of crimes against humanity.”

Lahmeyer has been endorsed by Michael Flynn, who previously served as national security adviser to the former President TrumpDonald Trump On The Money – Biden Warns Oil Industry Memo: Gosar Censored, But Toxic Culture Rises Cleveland MLB Team Officially Renames Guardians Friday MORE, like Sebastian Gorka |Sebastian Lukacs Gorka Greitens Senate Offer Creates Headache for Republican Party YouTube Bans Sebastian Gorka’s Channel After Repeated Violations Lou Dobbs Retweets Supporters Criticizing Decision to Cancel Show MORE, a former senior adviser to the Trump administration, as touted on Lahmeyer’s campaign website.

Lahmeyer’s campaign site also states that he “never thought he would run for political office, but after James Lankford betrayed President Trump on January 6, Lahmeyer said he was ‘fed up’ and decided to enter the race” .

Their website also includes a link to a COVID-19 vaccine waiver form and a request for supporters to complete.



Reference-thehill.com

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