Conservative Nathan Wesenberg Wins Senate Seat by Over 45 Points

Nathan Wesenberg of Little Falls crushed his radical leftist Democratic opponent Suzanne Cekalla last night by winning 72.41% to his opponent’s 27.33% of the vote! Senate District 10 will now have a powerful voice in Saint Paul!

Wesenberg will be the leading conservative voice in the Minnesota Senate and arguably Minnesota at large. A conservative champion is needed following the results of last night. 

The red wave never came which signifies a problem with the Republican brand. We'd argue the Republicans in Minnesota have drifted away from promoting conservative solutions, instead pushing for Democrat-lite policies. The results in Minnesota and across our country shows that we need fearless leaders in this time of darkness. 

Nathan Wesenberg is going to fight the socialist Democrats tooth and nail to get our freedom back. Wesenberg is committed to protecting the 2nd Amendment, returning our surplus money, fighting vax mandates, cutting taxes and spending, and protecting human life from death by abortion.

Very rarely do we see a politician who says the truth and stands behind his principles, the Swamp is always making new creatures. But Wesenberg is battle-tested from the primary campaign where corrupt officials tried to delete delegates from the GOP caucus and replace them with non-attendees! Wesenberg also had to deal with a rigged Endorsing Convention that prevented him from winning the endorsement by delaying the vote and forcing everyone to leave! 

The Establishment did all they could to prevent Wesenberg from becoming a state senator, but Wesenberg prevailed. Hard work and grassroots energy has taken this ZZ Top lookalike to be the voice of ‘We The People’ and stand up to the corruption in Minnesota.

Congratulations Nathan on your MASSIVE victory last night! Keep up the fight for Freedom!


The Call for "Pandemic Amnesty" for the Political Class Elite

The authoritarian reaction to COVID by government officials, tyrannical governors (like Minnesota's Tim Walz), and Joe Biden has led to an immeasurable amount of mental health issues, deaths, inflation and supply chain issues. But according to author Emily Oster of The Atlantic, the sins of the Political Class Elite should be forgiven. Oster penned an article this week called "Let's Declare a Pandemic Amnesty."

In the article she argues that there were many mistakes made by policymakers, the scientific community and regular people, but those were made because at the time, it was believed to be the right thing to do. She opens the article painting a clear picture of the kind of person she was during COVID:

In April 2020, with nothing else to do, my family took an enormous number of hikes. We all wore cloth masks that I had made myself. We had a family hand signal, which the person in the front would use if someone was approaching on the trail and we needed to put on our masks.  Once, when another child got too close to my then-4-year-old son on a bridge, he yelled at her “SOCIAL DISTANCING!”

The argument that we've made since the start is that the Political Class lacks the authority and power constitutionally to mandate compliance with their COVID measures. The fact that they "may get it wrong" is why we have a Constitutional check on powers - governors do not get to become sole decision-makers.

It's also important that people like Anthony Fauci who used his position of power to use our tax money to fund gain of function research, then lied to Congress about it, be held accountable. 

Millions of Minnesotans and billions of people around the world have been negatively impacted by the Political Class Elite's mistakes. The idea of granting them amnesty is ludicrous and it's time that these people are held accountable.

 


Experimental COVID Jab Likely Soon to Be Added to Your Kid's School Vaccine Schedule

The experimental COVID shot is likely to be added to the Minnesota children education immunization schedule following the CDC's approval of the drug for the 2023 adult and children immunization schedule. Children are the least likely to be hospitalized or have severe cases from COVID. But myocarditis and other adverse effects are popping up in the vaccinated population, which is a valid reason for parents to not want to subject their children to the experimental jab.

According to the Minnesota Department of Health, the experimental COVID shot is currently "recommended" but not "required."

However, Minnesota State law allows the Department of Health Commissioner to "adopt modifications to the immunization requirements" (121A.15, Subdivision 12). Consultation and a consideration of costs is required before the Commissioner can modify the immunization schedule, but as we've seen under COVID, short cuts are frequently taken by public health officials.

The threat is real! If Governor Walz gets a second term and he keeps Jan Malcolm in place, it's highly likely COVID jabs will become a requirement for your children to attend school.


New Poll Shows Only 26% of Undecided Voters View Walz Favorably

A brand new poll released by Minnpost/Embold Research shows that Tim Walz has only a 26% favorable rating with undecided voters despite 96% of them knowing who he is. This spells trouble for an incumbent who has a very visibly flawed resume.

Remember, Tim Walz

- Locked us in our homes, shut down businesses, churches and schools

- Put COVID positive patients in nursing homes

- Unilaterally created a statewide mask mandate

- Let thugs and rioters burn 3rd Precinct o the ground

- Continued making payments to the Nation's largest pandemic fraud

- Lied to Minnesotans about being forced to pay fraud

The poll surveyed 1,586 likely voters and has a margin of error of 2.6%. This makes it the largest sample size of all polls released so far.

In it's article, Minnpost states "The number of undecided voters in the election for governor – 6% – is relatively low with three weeks to go to Election Day. But the poll suggests there is more opportunity among those voters for Jensen than for Walz. Among those voters only, 33% report they approve of the incumbent’s job performance while 67% disapprove."

 


Pfizer Exec Admits They Didn't Test Experimental Vaccine on Transmission Spread

A Pfizer Executive shockingly admitted in front of the European Union Parliament that the pharmaceutical company did not test the experimental COVID vaccine for transmission prevention. As the vaccine was rolled out in the United States and the rest of the world, politicians and media figures were stating that getting the jab would prevent transmission. In February of 2021, Dr. Anthony Fauci stated that "a growing body of evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine can slow the spread of the coronavirus" and that case involving vaccinated individuals would be considered "break through" cases.

Janine Small, who serves as President of the Vaccines Division, International Developed Markets for Pfizer Inc, gave the shocking admission in testimony. Here's the video of the exchange:

 


St Paul Drops Experimental Vaccine Mandate for City

St Paul dropped its experimental vaccine mandate for city employees today after several defeats in court. Radical liberal mayor, Melvin Carter, who joined Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Minnesota Governor Tim Walz in instituting experimental vaccine mandates for government employees, retracted the policy today in a letter to city employees.

The original mandate by Carter gave city employees up until the end of 2021 to be in compliance with the experimental vaccine schedule. But several unions representing city employees sued the Mayor. A Ramsey County Judge sided with the unions and invalidated Carter's vaccine order this summer. 

Despite numerous evidence that the experimental vaccines do not work on recent COVID strains, Carter and others at St Paul City Hall waited until today to voluntarily suspend the anti-freedom mandate themselves. 

More importantly, Melvin Carter's mandate did not give women city employees freedom of choice over their own health care. The Democrat talking points on abortion are in stark contrast to their actual policy of "government knows best" when it comes to an individual's health care needs. 


Republican Rep Jurgens, Bitter from Primary Defeat, Puts Democrat's Sign in Yard

The Republican Establishment often preaches about "party unity," but when push comes to shove, they show there is little distinction between them and the Democrat Establishment. This is on full display in the newly drawn Senate District 41 where Establishment Republican Rep Tony Jurgens who lost in a primary to newcomer and pro-liberty candidate, Tom Dippel, is now displaying the Democrat Senate candidates sign in his yard.

Delegates overwhelmingly picked Dippel over Jurgens at the Party's endorsing convention in the Spring. Jurgens, who was recruited to run in the primary against Dippel by Republican Senators, lost in the state run primary election on August 9th by 20 points. 

Instead of unifying with the Republican ticket in Senate District 41, Jurgens placed a sign for the Democrat Senate candidate, Judy Seeberger. She is a radical, left-wing candidate who has received endorsements from some of Minnesota's most liberal groups like Planned Parenthood and Education MN. Meanwhile, the Tom Dippel is a strong, grassroots candidate with the full backing of the Republican Party.

We had multiple people reach out to us about Jurgen's displaying the Democrat's sign at his residence. Here's an image that was sent to us: 

The address does appear to be Jurgen's residence. He lists the Cottage Grove address on his Campaign Finance Report.

Here's a Bing street view that matches the image sent to us:

We're not surprised that Jurgens would side with the Democrats at election time. He's amongst the lowest rated Republicans at the Capitol on our scorecard with an F rating (32% lifetime score). Jurgens votes like a Democrat in St Paul, and appears to vote for them at the ballot box as well.


Democrat Candidate Brad Tabke Falsely Blames Hurricane Ian on 'Climate Change'

Liberal Democrat Brad Tabke falsely attributed Hurricane Ian to "climate change" in a recent debate against Rep Erik Mortensen. When asked by the moderator "do you believe the state should address climate change," Tabke's response was "yes." He then elaborated, "If you look what's happening in Florida today, that is a result of climate change. There are businesses that are completely and totally under water in the state of Florida today."

Tabke was referencing Hurricane Ian which is devastating the state of Florida. Currently there are 106 deaths and over 40,000 people displaced due to the storm. Despite the radical leftwing talking points, Hurricane Ian is not a result of climate change. 

Here's audio of Tabke's insane comments:

Tabke appears to be mimicking the same failed talking points by Don Lemon at CNN who was shut down by the Direct of NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) when trying to attribute Hurricane Ian to climate change.


Establishment Spent $359,000 in Attempt to DEFEAT Conservative Candidates, Reports Show

The Swamp spent big money trying to defeat grassroots, conservative legislative candidates in the August primary. According to campaign finance reports that were published this morning, three Establishment groups combined spent $359,000 trying to stop grassroots, conservative candidates from winning their Repubican primaries.

Leading the pack against conservatives was the Rep Kurt Daudt aligned MN Jobs Coalition, which received its funding from the Republican State Leadership Committee. We wrote about lobbyist legislator Daudt's relationship with the RSLC back in August. The MN Jobs Coalition spent a total of $158,614 in four separate races, and lost them all.

MN Jobs Coalition spent:

- $65,181 in an attempt to beat A+ Rated Rep Erik Mortensen (Mort defeated Bob Loonan)

- $64,903 in an attempt to beat Medical Freedom Champion Mark Bishofsky (Bishofsky won by a 20 point margin)

- $17,615 in an attempt to beat Pam Altendorf (Pam defeated Jesse Johnson)

- $10,915 in an attempt to beat Republican endorsed Mike Weiner (Mike defeated Sheldon Monson)

The MN Jobs Coalition raked in $1,200,000 according to their report, all from the Washington D.C. based group, RSLC. It's unknown if the RSLC was aware that money sent to the MN Jobs Coalition was being used against conservative candidates in Minnesota.

SEE THE COMPLETE MN JOBS COALITION REPORT

The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce's campaign arm, the Pro-Jobs Majority, spent $126,590 trying to protect Establishment candidates against their conservative opponents. On their report, they also spent nearly $10,000 to beat Medical Freedom Champion Mark Bishofsky of Stillwater. 

In two races, the Chamber tried ousting the more conservative, Republican endorsed candidates: $17,930 to prop up Nurse Natalie Barnes's opponent and $19,457 to prop up Bret Bussman's opponent. They were successful in those races.

But the Chamber wasn't successful in its attempt to beat Health Freedom Advocate, Dr. Bill Lieske. They spent $10,972 to prop up his opponent. Dr. Lieske won by a +20 margin on election night. They also failed in beating Pam Altendorf despite spending $10,884 on her opponent as well. 

SEE THE COMPLETE PRO JOBS MAJORITY REPORT

Another Establishment group, Minnesota's Future, contributed $73,786 to the effort of defeating grassroots, conservative candidates. They spent thousands of dollars in texting programs in an attempt to beat conservative Tom Dippel in Senate District 41. But Dippel easily defeated his Establishment-backed opponent, Tony Jurgens. Minnesota's Future also tried beating Dr. Lieske and failed.

The most notable part of their report was that they spent a whopping $46,822 to defeat Lisa Hanson, who made headlines in December of 2020 when she defied Governor Walz' orders to shut down her bistro. Hanson eventually was sentenced to 90 days in jail and is seen as a heroic, conservative warrior who stood up to the radical leftist Governor Walz. Minnesota's Future spent money to help F-Rated Senator, Gene Dornink win.

SEE THE COMPLETE MINNESOTA'S FUTURE REPORT

 


Walz's 'Feeding Our Future' Fraud Lie - Video Breakdown

Governor Walz LIED about his Administration's involvement in the country's largest pandemic fraud case. $250 Million of YOUR money and 48 federal indictments - this is a serious issue. Walz stated that a Ramsey County judge forced his Administration to continue paying the fraudsters, but that was a lie. Judge Guthmann sent out a press release calling the Governor's statement "false."

So why did Walz lie about a judge forcing him to continue paying the fraudsters? And how badly did the media cover for him? 

Here's the deal - this should be headline news. But the media is burying the story. Watch our newest video where we break it all down. And please send to others so we can get this story out!