Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski shows off a kuspuk given to her last November by Democratic U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola. (Anchorage Daily)
Lisa Murkowski is a Democrat, a secret sleeper.
Murkowski is a horrid person and serial liar who helped push ranked choice voting in Alaska that will throw elections to Democrats for decades to come. Ranked choice voting already cost Alaska Republicans their one GOP representative seat.
In September Republican candidates received 60% of the vote and Republican candidate Sarah Palin lost to Democrat Mary Peltola. This is thanks to Lisa Murkowski who gave the state away to Democrats in order to help her chances in the general election.
Lisa does not care about the future of Alaska. She only cares about her political future.
Lisa Murkowski previously courted Senate Democrats for support in her primary election that she lost to Kelly Tshibaka.
Republican “leader” Mitch McConnell supports Lisa Murkowski and cut funding from Arizona candidate Blake Masters in order to help Lisa Murkowski who is not even the GOP candidate in the race.
This weekend Lisa Murkowski announced she is supporting the Democrat in the Alaska House race.
The socialist left may soon be in complete control of Alaska thanks to Lisa Murkowski. She’s OK with that as long as she remains in office.
The Anchorage Daily News reported:
Alaska’s Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she plans on ranking Democratic U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola first in the U.S. House race on the November ballot, where Murkowski’s own name will also appear as she runs for a fourth term.
Murkowski broke the news after delivering remarks to a packed room of delegates at Anchorage’s Dena’ina Center, where she was greeted with a standing ovation and frequently interrupted with rounds of applause. Her remarks focused on what she sees as reasons for optimism for the state, in particular the massive amounts of federal funding set to pour in as a result of pandemic relief and infrastructure spending.
“This is the largest infrastructure investment in our history,” Murkowski said, noting that more than $2.4 billion is slated for Alaska in the coming years, a large portion of it earmarked for rural communities. “It’s a historic investment in your communities.”
Her speech also touched on the U.S. House seat held for almost five decades by the late Don Young, and recently won in a special election by Peltola, who is running in the Nov. 8 general election for the full term that begins in January.
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