Exclusive: Kathy Barnette Refuses to Support GOP Nominee for Senate if It Is Not Her

Exclusive: Kathy Barnette Refuses to Support GOP Nominee for Senate if It Is Not Her

GOP U.S. Senate candidate Kathy Barnette in an interview on Monday morning refused to support the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania if she does not win the nomination on Tuesday.

Asked during an appearance on Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM 125 the Patriot Channel on Monday by Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow if she will support whoever wins the nomination, she said she will not.

“If you do not win tomorrow, do you intend to support the Republican nominee whoever it is?” Marlow asked.

In reply, she said she will not support the Republican nominee against the likely Democrat nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. It is worth noting Fetterman is an avowed socialist, so Barnette refusing to support either Dr. Mehmet Oz or businessman David McCormick if one of them wins instead of her essentially means she would be helping a socialist Democrat win in the general election.

“I have no intentions of supporting globalists,” Barnette said. “I believe we have ran out of room on this runway for this spaceship. I believe we have very little rope left to just roll the dice and we’ll see how it all works out on the other end. I believe our country is in trouble. I don’t believe we have much longer and I believe what I have done is I have made it possible where Pennsylvanians do not have to hold their nose and vote for the lesser of two evils this time. I don’t think we have room to just vote for any old warm body with an R next to their name. I think we can do better than that.”

That also means she could be, depending on what happens elsewhere in America, helping Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) remain the U.S. Senate Majority Leader. Schumer’s slim majority would fall if the GOP takes back a net one seat from Democrats in the midterm elections. This vacant seat for which Barnette, McCormick, and Oz, among others, are running is currently represented by outgoing GOP Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA). Losing this seat for Republicans would mean that the GOP needs to take two Democrat-held seats elsewhere–no small task, given the Democrat advantages in the 2022 U.S. Senate map–and hold every other battleground seat to retake the majority.

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McCormick, in his own interview on Breitbart News Daily later in the show, said he would support whoever wins the GOP nomination even if it is not him.

“I think this race could not be more important,” McCormick said. “I think the country is at stake. So, yes, I would support the nominee. I think the risk of Chuck Schumer staying as the Majority Leader, the risk of this extreme agenda is continuing to take our country in the wrong direction. I believe I’m the best candidate and I will win the general election and I will be a hugely effective senator on day one fighting for our conservative principles but this isn’t about me, this isn’t about any particular candidate.

“This is about doing what’s right for the country, so yes I would support whoever is nominated. I hope and expect that will be me, but as I said this is about our country.”

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Oz, meanwhile, has not appeared on such shows and has not answered this question anywhere.

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Democrats Signal Dave McCormick as Biggest Threat in Pennsylvania Senate General Election 

Democrats Signal Dave McCormick as Biggest Threat in Pennsylvania Senate General Election 

Democrats have signaled that they are most worried about facing businessman Dave McCormick in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate election, according to recent attacks from the Democrat Senate Campaign Committee (DSCC).

McCormick is currently in a statistical tie with celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz and Kathy Barnette in Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate primary, according to recent polls.

DSCC’s latest attack tweeted out on Friday criticizes McCormick for his work with former President George W. Bush’s administration. Senate Democrats painted McCormick as a “wealthy Wall Street insider” out to destroy social security.

On the other hand, Democrats are reportedly “salivating at the prospect” of running against Barnette in the general election. Democrats would similarly see no issue with Oz as they have indicated they would use his ties to Turkey against him in the general election.

FILE - Mehmet Oz takes part in a forum for Republican candidates for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference in Camp Hill, Pa., on April 2, 2022. Former President Donald Trump's late endorsements in hypercompetitive Republican Senate primaries in Ohio and Pennsylvania have unlocked a flood of support for his chosen candidates, including millions in cash. But the endorsements have also provoked backlash from some Republicans. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)FILE - Mehmet Oz takes part in a forum for Republican candidates for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference in Camp Hill, Pa., on April 2, 2022. Former President Donald Trump's late endorsements in hypercompetitive Republican Senate primaries in Ohio and Pennsylvania have unlocked a flood of support for his chosen candidates, including millions in cash. But the endorsements have also provoked backlash from some Republicans. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

Mehmet Oz takes part in a forum for Republican candidates for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference in Camp Hill, PA, on April 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

If the amount of tweets spent attacking candidates is any indication, the Democrats likely perceive McCormick as their biggest threat in November.

DSCC has consistently tweeted attacks against McCormick and his campaign since March. Most of their attacks accuse him of being a “fraud” or an “outsourcer.”

In comparison, DSCC has only tweeted about Oz three times since the beginning of 2022, with two of those sent in early January.

Additionally, the Senate Democrats’ Twitter account has made no mention of Barnette or her campaign, giving credibility to the reports that Democrats are not afraid of facing her in the general election.

Although the Democrats are seemingly worried most about McCormick, former President Donald Trump believes that Oz is the candidate “most able to win the General Election against a Radical Left Democrat.”

Pennsylvania Republican voters will decide which candidate to send to the general election when the primaries occur on Tuesday, May 17.

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Report: Pennsylvania Democrats ‘Salivating at the Prospect of Facing’ Kathy Barnette in November 

Report: Pennsylvania Democrats ‘Salivating at the Prospect of Facing’ Kathy Barnette in November 

As Pennsylvania Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kathy Barnette’s popularity is increasing ahead of next week’s primary, Democrats are reportedly “salivating at the prospect of facing Barnette in the general election.”

Barnette has thrust into the top three candidates after her performance in last month’s debate, and a recent clip explaining her birth being the product of her mother’s rape at age 11 went viral.

Recent polls show the race is a statistical tie between Barnette, Dave McCormick, and Mehmet Oz, who has the blessings of former President Donald Trump.

However, after recent questions about Barnette’s military service surfaced and controversial tweets were unearthed, Democrats are “salivating at the prospect” of facing Barnette in November, according to the Daily Beast.

“I’m sure many of us are hoping she sustains it and wins. Because she’s certainly — [it] would be very tough to elect her,” said T.J. Rooney, the former head of Pennsylvania’s Democrat Party.

“If somehow she wins the nomination, we will see through the course of the campaign, she simply doesn’t have ideas that match our state’s values. She just doesn’t,” said Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-MA), who defeated Barnette by more than 20 points in Barnette’s failed 2020 congressional campaign.

Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate Kathy Barnette speaks during a Republican leadership forum at Newtown Athletic Club on May 11, 2022 in Newtown, Pennsylvania. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Prominent Republicans echo Dean’s sentiments about Barnette’s ability to appeal to voters in a statewide general election.

Fox News host Sean Hannity has used his platform to warn Pennsylvania voters against sending her to the general election. Newsmax’s Greg Kelly accused Barnette of being a “con woman race card playing scammer.” Trump’s former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell drew attention to Barnette’s old tweets and warned she would be unelectable and “drag all Republicans down.”

However, Barnette wears the Republican criticism as a “badge of honor.”

But Hannity, Kelly, and Grenell are not alone in their criticism of Barnette. Trump has also warned against her ability to court Pennsylvania voters in the general election.

“Kathy Barnette will never be able to win the General Election against the Radical Left Democrats,” Trump said in a statement on Thursday.

Trump alluded to the controversy over her military service, noting Barnette has “many things in her past which have not been properly explained or vetted.”

Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidates Kathy Barnette and Dr. Mehmet Oz walk off the stage after speaking at a Republican leadership forum at Newtown Athletic Club on May 11, 2022 in Newtown, Pennsylvania. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

“I believe that Mehmet Oz will be the one most able to win the General Election against a Radical Left Democrat looking to do unthinkable harm to our Country,” Trump said.

Even though Barnette is facing criticism from some on the right, she still has support from prominent conservatives like Jack Posobiec and Mike Cernovich. Posobiec reached out to Barnette’s team earlier this week and released her Army Reserve and National Guard records amid the controversy about her military service. 

“LOL at the Oz supporters harping on Kathy Barnette’s US service records,” Posobiec tweeted. “Your boy was in the Turkish Military voting in Erdogan elections! Holy shlit!”

Cernovich recently touted Barnette’s pro-Trump messaging since 2016 in an appearance on Breitbart News Daily. He applauded Barnette for being “original MAGA” when it was “very hard to be a Trump supporter.” Cernovich also dismissed questions about her military service as “stupid and dishonest.”

Cernovich, however, added in a tweet on Friday that McCormick is the most electable candidate in November for Republicans:

Pennsylvania GOP voters will decide which candidate to send to the general election when the primaries happen on Tuesday, May 17.

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Senate Democrat Effort to Create Massive Expansion of Abortion via Federal Law Fails by 11 Votes

Senate Democrats wanted to manufacture a political optic using the hot button issue of abortion.  The senate pushed a bill for a massive expansion of abortion, far beyond Roe -v- Wade, to the floor.  However, the bill needed 60 votes to pass cloture, end debate.

Embarrassingly, and in a pure political stunt, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer summoned Kamala Harris to the upper chamber in the event she was needed for a “tie-breaking” vote.  However, cloture requires 60 votes, not 50, so the optics of Harris only highlighted the insufferable politics.

The cloture vote failed 49-51, far short of the 60 votes needed to end debate and attempt to pass the bill.  Democrat Senator Joe Manchin voted with republicans to block the cloture effort.  The federal abortion legislation now disappears back into the filing cabinet from which it came.

WASHINGTON – […] In a 49-51 vote, the Senate rejected the Democratic legislation, with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and all Republicans voting against the measure. While the outcome was no surprise and mirrored a similar vote on abortion protections the Senate took in February, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer suggested the court’s draft opinion, published by POLITICO last week, had raised the stakes.

“Today’s vote is one of the most consequential we will take in decades because for the first time in 50 years, a conservative majority, an extreme majority on the Supreme Court, is on the brink of declaring that women do not have freedom over their own bodies,” Schumer said in a floor speech Wednesday morning, adding that the decision “will live in infamy.” (read more)

According to Manchin’s earlier statement, “Democrats are “trying to make people believe that this is the same thing as codifying Roe v. Wade. And I want you to know, it’s not,” he argued, referring to the bill’s ban on some state restrictions on the procedure currently allowed. “This is not the same. It expands abortion.”

Kamala Harris has a sad moment in the Senate, created by Chuck Schumer {Direct Rumble Link} WATCH:

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Senate Democrat Effort to Create Massive Expansion of Abortion via Federal Law Fails by 11 Votes

Senate Democrats wanted to manufacture a political optic using the hot button issue of abortion.  The senate pushed a bill for a massive expansion of abortion, far beyond Roe -v- Wade, to the floor.  However, the bill needed 60 votes to pass cloture, end debate.

Embarrassingly, and in a pure political stunt, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer summoned Kamala Harris to the upper chamber in the event she was needed for a “tie-breaking” vote.  However, cloture requires 60 votes, not 50, so the optics of Harris only highlighted the insufferable politics.

The cloture vote failed 49-51, far short of the 60 votes needed to end debate and attempt to pass the bill.  Democrat Senator Joe Manchin voted with republicans to block the cloture effort.  The federal abortion legislation now disappears back into the filing cabinet from which it came.

WASHINGTON – […] In a 49-51 vote, the Senate rejected the Democratic legislation, with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and all Republicans voting against the measure. While the outcome was no surprise and mirrored a similar vote on abortion protections the Senate took in February, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer suggested the court’s draft opinion, published by POLITICO last week, had raised the stakes.

“Today’s vote is one of the most consequential we will take in decades because for the first time in 50 years, a conservative majority, an extreme majority on the Supreme Court, is on the brink of declaring that women do not have freedom over their own bodies,” Schumer said in a floor speech Wednesday morning, adding that the decision “will live in infamy.” (read more)

According to Manchin’s earlier statement, “Democrats are “trying to make people believe that this is the same thing as codifying Roe v. Wade. And I want you to know, it’s not,” he argued, referring to the bill’s ban on some state restrictions on the procedure currently allowed. “This is not the same. It expands abortion.”

Kamala Harris has a sad moment in the Senate, created by Chuck Schumer {Direct Rumble Link} WATCH:

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Ultra MAGA Candidate Kathy Barnette is Surging in GOP Pennsylvania Senate Race

With eight days to go before the republican primary in Pennsylvania, ultra-MAGA candidate Kathy Barnette is surging.  In a recent republican-leaning Trafalgar Poll {SEE DATA HERE} Barnette has shot to second place with 23.2%, only 1% behind Dr. Mehmet Oz who is at 24.5%.

President Trump has endorsed Dr. Oz, however, a considerable number of people in the grassroots MAGA base do not trust Oz, view David McCormick as an establishment candidate, and they are going strong with support for Kathy Barnette {WEBSITE HERE}.

A victory is within reach for the candidate who says “Now more than ever, America requires strong, authentic Republican voices to stand up and defend the U.S. Constitution and the rights we hold dear. I will be that voice — for Pennsylvania and our great nation.”

After winning the Pennsylvania straw poll in April, Barnette has continued to gain momentum and increased attention.

Ballotpedia: “Barnette worked as a political commentator and in corporate finance after serving in the United States Army Reserves. Barnette identifies herself as an America First candidate, a term often associated with the platform of Trump and candidates who say they support Trump’s agenda. In response to Trump’s endorsement of Oz, Barnette said, “MAGA does not belong to President Trump . . . although he coined the word, it belongs to the people. Our values never shifted to President Trump’s values. It was President Trump who shifted and aligned with our values.” (link)

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Ultra MAGA Candidate Kathy Barnette is Surging in GOP Pennsylvania Senate Race

Ultra MAGA Candidate Kathy Barnette is Surging in GOP Pennsylvania Senate Race

With eight days to go before the republican primary in Pennsylvania, ultra-MAGA candidate Kathy Barnette is surging.  In a recent republican-leaning Trafalgar Poll {SEE DATA HERE} Barnette has shot to second place with 23.2%, only 1% behind Dr. Mehmet Oz who is at 24.5%.

President Trump has endorsed Dr. Oz, however, a considerable number of people in the grassroots MAGA base do not trust Oz, view David McCormick as an establishment candidate, and they are going strong with support for Kathy Barnette {WEBSITE HERE}.

A victory is within reach for the candidate who says “Now more than ever, America requires strong, authentic Republican voices to stand up and defend the U.S. Constitution and the rights we hold dear. I will be that voice — for Pennsylvania and our great nation.”

After winning the Pennsylvania straw poll in April, Barnette has continued to gain momentum and increased attention.

Ballotpedia: “Barnette worked as a political commentator and in corporate finance after serving in the United States Army Reserves. Barnette identifies herself as an America First candidate, a term often associated with the platform of Trump and candidates who say they support Trump’s agenda. In response to Trump’s endorsement of Oz, Barnette said, “MAGA does not belong to President Trump . . . although he coined the word, it belongs to the people. Our values never shifted to President Trump’s values. It was President Trump who shifted and aligned with our values.” (link)

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