RUMOR: Dean Phillips to Face Primary Challenge for House Seat

In the midst of Democrat Congressman Dean Phillips’ presidential aspirations, rumors are floating that he could face a primary challenge from the left. The former-liquor salesman from the west metro has gained national attention for his criticism of President Biden – agitating the left-wing establishment.

Reporter Blois Olson shared in his Morning Take newsletter on Monday that Phillips could face a challenge from former-Democrat Senator Melisa López Franzen of Edina.

Phillips is not exactly the anti-establishment politician that the media has made him out to be. In fact, he gave speeches on the House floor for Minority Leader Hakeem Jefferies back in January.

The left is now considering an attack on Phillips (54) because he dared question Biden’s ability to hold the office of President. At 80 years old, nearly every voter acknowledges that the President is far past his prime.

This just goes to show how ruthless the Democrat establishment is. Step out of line and get run over.

It is unclear whether or not López Franzen will actually make a run against Phillips. Since leaving office this year, she has remained very active in politics. She currently serves as a Minnesota co-chair of the far-left abortion group, Women Winning.


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  • William Beck
    published this page in News 2023-08-07 10:56:26 -0500