EXPOSED: Main Street Republicans host new attack on conservatives
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Steve LaTourette and the Main Street Republican Partnership scheduled a planning session with John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, and twenty-five other members of Congress. The event is scheduled next weekend on Amelia Island at the Ritz Carlton. The sole purpose of the Main Street Republican Partnership is to defeat conservatives in Congress. If you’re not up to speed on this organization please read my previous article on this group.
Main Street Republican Partnership has a history of accepting contributions from left-leaning groups like those funded by George Soros and labor unions. Caught in the crosshairs of the faux Republican PAC, the Tea Party candidates.
An offshoot of the Republican Main Street Partnership, Main Street Advocacy, is hosting the event and attendees have donated $5000 each to the PAC. With offices housed on 7th Street in Washington D.C. the group hopes to lure in non partnership members and entice them with contribution sources.
The focus of this group is to squash any and all conservative challengers in upcoming primary elections with an opportunity to unseat establishment republicans.
On Main street Advocacy’s website you will see the following:
“It’s unity instead of division, pragmatism instead of social dogma. It’s what conservatives have traditionally stood for.”
“Our values unite rather than divide”
“Our goal is unity instead of division, supported by a commitment to governing with core principles.”
Rather ironic given it is not unity they seek, but exclusion. Continue to check back as exposing organizations and individuals who pretend to be something they are not is my new mission. Stay informed, and do not buy what they are selling.
For a complete list and contact information of the elected members of Republican Main Street Partnership, click here.