GOP Establishment Seeking Primary Challenge to Conservative Firebrand Thomas MassieThe Republican establishment seeks to take out the populist libertarian.
By Richard Moorhead
Big League Politics
Jul. 05, 2019
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Rumors emerged Wednesday of an establishment Republican effort to mount a primary challenge against Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie.
Massie’s a populist libertarian known for holding down the conservative and nationalist element of the liberty movement. He’s a fierce Trump supporter known for his opposition to disastrous neoconservative foreign policy, having gone so far as to call for the firing of arch-warmonger John Bolton from Trump’s National Security Council.
Massie is also staunchly pro-life and is favorably reviewed by immigration patriot organizations.
Reporting from Kentucky’s Courier Journal indicated that state representative Kim Moser was being groomed for the task. New York’s Elise Stefanik, a liberal Republican congresswoman closely affiliated with establishment old boys such as Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan, is said to be a key figure in the backroom campaign. However, Stefanik characteristically denies interfering in a Kentucky election.