Buyer Beware – AOC Challenger Candidate Launch Has Familiarity….

The launch of a “republican” political challenger in NY-14 to challenge Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Sherie Murray, follows a very familiar political ploy…. A fake candidate intended to protect AOC in 2020.   In June of 2018 Sherie Murray was an avid AOC supporter.

In the last 36 hours you may have seen “republican” candidate Sherie Murray promoted, seemingly out of nowhere, by a variety of media platforms (social media and traditional). However, when there is an obviously coordinated effort to push a rapid high visibility roll-out; and that effort is for a singular congressional district; it is always worth doing some background research.

(Twitter Link)

BEWARE – Having watched this type of political scheme for several years; and accepting people for what they do, not what they claim to be; in my opinion Murray is likely in place to protect AOC in the 2020 race.  This perspective is bolstered by how the launch/roll-out was also timed and scheduled by Fox News.

Tick-Tock Hannity is a favorite political deployment tool of the Murdoch interests. [It’s not cynicism, it’s an objective, albeit annoying-to-admit, aspect.]   Hannity has strong support from viewers who are republican, conservative and politically engaged.   If you want to elevate a faux candidate, and shield yourself in the process, Hannity is the place to go.

Remember, these interviews are pre-scheduled.  Fox producers didn’t stumble upon Scherie Murray on the first day of her campaign launch and sign her up for an interview less than twelve hours later.  This was a structured, pre-planned, coordinated effort.

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Is it possible that Scherie Murray was a strong activist supporter of President Obama and candidate AOC in the primary of 2018 [key note: ‘the primary] and then suddenly had a change of heart in 2019 after seeing AOC’s political activism in action?….

Possible, yes.

Probable, no.

A person who is engaged in the outcome of a political primary is an engaged political person.  Ms. Murray likely knew exactly what AOC was about (democrat-socialism) when she was congratulating her and looking forward to what AOC would deliver.

In addition to noting how Murray is not responding to any inquiry about her prior political support and ideology…. well, just, trust your gut instinct.

No further comment needed.  Moving on…

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370 Responses to Buyer Beware – AOC Challenger Candidate Launch Has Familiarity….

  1. Mooch says:

    AOC has some powerful forces behind her. This challenger pops up out of now where to be on the Hannity “tick-tock/buckle-up” everything is breaking news show?

    Suspicious cat indeed.

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  2. zaq123 says:

    As great an article as this is, like the rest, if there’s anyone that thinks AOC is going anywhere, no matter who runs against her, I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you and some beachfront property in Arizona. Only way AOC gets gone is if someone more radical and socialist than she is runs. Hardly anyone voted for her anyway, given the paltry voter turnout in the district. If she ever faced a “serious” challenger, the fraud would set new standards.

    She isn’t going anywhere. Neither are Tlaib, Pressley or Omar(if she can keep her fraudulent marriages and tax fraud under the rug). Either way, all four are safe until someone like them or even more loony comes along.

    While it appears that we really don’t have much say or have a lot of choices sometimes(Romney, McCain), the lack of political engagement and indifference is what has caused our country to be where it is, from the federal level and, more importantly, to the local level.

    The AOCs, Omar’s, Tlaib’s, Pressley’s, as there are many more like them, are the ones running our school boards, county commissions, city councils, zoning boards, HOA boards, you name it. And we’ve let them do it.

    In 2017, Denver effectively made going to the bathroom in public, LEGAL, as it is in SanFran and Seattle. Snopes says that all they did was “lessen the penalties”, they can’t even hide it. So, in the real world that means that it’s LEGAL.

    Liberals and the Left destroy everything in their path. They are like the aliens in Independence Day that show up, destroy a location and then move on to the next one. Folks on the Right are running out of places to go. When you think that Colorado, Nevada, Montana and Idaho were all, at one time, pretty solid RED. Now, not so much.

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    • Ospreyzone says:

      Your comments are accurate. Generational complacency is the vehicle that brought us here and cultivated stupidity will ensure we stay.

      Observe people around you and you will note they are immersed in their phones or tablets 8+ hours per day. They literally have a world of information at their fingertips and yet, if you ask them to name their Congressmen or Senators, they give you a blank stare. They have no clue who governs them, much less how they are performing.

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    • Padric says:

      I’m going to disagree with you on this. AOC is very much in danger of being ousted as are the rest of the “Squad” for one simple reason: they’re making Pelosi miserable.

      The Dems are in the exact same position that the Republicans were in back in 2010-2012: A president the base of the party loathes and recently taken over the House. For Republicans it was the Tea Party surge that got them the House, for Dems its AOC and her socialist ilk.

      Republicans ran on winning the House in order to repeal Obamacare, Dems on impeaching president Trump but those were goals that the bosses within the party knew they would never or likely never do. But now Pelosi, like Boehner back in the day, now has a group of newly elected congress critters and a base expecting results on those promises. Any reading of the comments sections of articles about the recent impeachment vote tells you all you need to know: The far left of the Dem base is *not* happy with Pelosi and want her gone.

      I expect the Dems to run a 2020 campaign that goes something like this: Whoever the presidential nominee is will remain relatively disconnected from the Senate races and Dems will make the argument in the Senate races that if Donald Trump wins a second term, they need the Senate because, “Gosh, we couldn’t do anything with just the House because we knew those mean ole Republicans in the Senate would never actually support impeachment”. Reverse the parties and you have the exact same argument the GOP made in 2012 and 14 about the Senate.

      But Pelosi knows public polling is dead set against impeachment. She knows the party will get wrecked at the polls if they even tried it so she won’t go near it. She’d love to, sure. That’s why she changed the rules, just in case the polling numbers were there and she could go for it. In the meantime though, she’s got all these freshman who actually believe what the party sold them and Pelosi can’t have them running around actually trying to get impeachment done because it makes her look a) weak and b) an outright liar to the party base while simultaneously turning off potential swing voters. It’s the “weak” part she won’t stand for. She could care less if she looks like a liar to the base because she knows the base isn’t going anywhere, at least not yet.

      So it would not surprise me one bit if as the campaign unfolds we start seeing stories about how the Democrat party isn’t kicking the needed funds for re-election towards the Squad but do offer some lip service support to the media.

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    • ILOT says:

      You are preaching to the choir. Any informed reader at CTH knows what you just wrote but I take serious exception with the AOC isn’t going anywhere. We know what her candidacy was about, that a mere 600k votes got her into office and that she is a shill that auditioned for the part of representative in NY 14. We also know her primary handler is a conniving communist, full-on, unabashed and open communist. We also know she is a standing member of the DSA. The fact remains she is a true danger to the Republic and needs to be defeated; to throw in the towel is ridiculous. She can be defeated and the victory lies in deploying tactics and strategies that have impact. Suggesting the only way she and others like her lose is someone “more left” is nonsense. You accurately point out all politics is local. The great thing we have going on is the cortez, omar etc are freshmen and think they can actually fight above their weight class by going up against PDJT. PDJT is very effectively handling this and they are losing with a 23% and 9% approval rating respectively …..That’s a FACT. About 90% of the people do not support what they say or stand for and meanwhile Rasmussen has PDJT UP 4 points since this dust-up started. Yet you say it can’t be defeated?

      The article points out that Murray may be a red herring and this possibility needs to be confronted. A counter may be as simple as Mr. Cummings running as a Democrat as I asked in an earlier post, but in the mean time many posters are doing their part to push hannity, ingraham et al to dig for answers and not simply buy into the possible screed. There is a lot that can be done and I’m growing a bit tired of folks in my fox hole raising the white flag on many fronts. Pointing out the obvious doesn’t make you smart, but throwing in the towel does make you ineffective if not counter productive. I appreciate your insight yet really don’t appreciate you telling me to effectively “give up” and wait for it to get worse.

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      • I will not run as a Democrat. I do not espouse Democrat ideals and will run as a republican. He will, however, seek the Conservative Party endorsement in NY. My Campaign is running on I Am You. – That means that I am a servant of the people. I am one of you! I eat in the local restaurants, lives in the neighborhood, and grew up there. I sit in the same traffic on the Cross Bronx that every resident sits in.

        My campaign is about transcending party. We are not throwing in the towel – Since my announcement on Wednesday – everything has kicked into high gear. The donations are starting, and people believe in me.

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  3. Scherie Murray is simply building her profile, whilst Cortez is being slammed by POTUS it’s smart for her to use her contacts in the TV industry to make herself noticeable. Scherie knows there is zero chance of a R winning that district, she can however build her profile and a good showing could make her someone the R’s look at to run for other positions.

    There’s no grand conspiracy.

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    • ILOT says:

      I disagree, at least to the point it needs to be considered. She may be self serving in her efforts, but in light of what brought cortez about it would be a mistake to rule out the inverse of their tactic with an “R” may not be a possibility If you haven’t studied the DSA and exactly what that Chakrabarti guy is all about, do yourself a favor and do some DD. These communists have a new strategy and to underestimate is a real mistake.

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      • artichoke says:

        It is a mistake to underestimate it. But that doesn’t mean she’s beatable by a Republican. (And this candidate, whose “business” promotes integration rather than jobs, is a lousy Republican and sounds so scripted trying to act like one.)

        AOC can be primaried. Chakrabarti might actually help. What happened just before Trump’s “send them back” tweet was Chakrabarti throwing the squad under the bus on something or other, can’t recall right now. But the DS may have decided to change course and build toward 2024. I would if I were they.

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        • ILOT says:

          Understood, and I agree an R likely can’t beat the vile one in NY 14. Precisely why I asked Mr. Cummings in a post below if he has considered running as a D. Pure political posturing but may be worth consideration. DSA and company will need to recover from the debacle they have created with the squad. It’s a mess and even dems are saying so. Once exposed it should be easier to defeat.

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  4. bessie2003 says:

    This morning had the TV on the Fox Business Varney & Co. show, it was on mute at the time, his next guest was being shown on the screen as Varney was starting his segment with this guest, which was Scherie Murray, and watching her on the TV, before saying a word, and it was obvious she had no idea the cameras were fixed on her – the look in her eyes were very cutthroat mean, b then I turned the sound up as his introduction was over and realizing the cameras were on her she immediately put on a most gracious, happy and charming face.

    If you can find that clip, and it shows the moments before she realizes she’s on camera, will speak volumes if a picture is worth a thousand words; I knew immediately I was looking at an actress. But that’s just me, so am glad to see that others are also taking a cautious approach to this sudden new ingenue to ‘take on’ AOC.

    This morning, at the time it all reminded me of the fake Tea Party candidates running in the statewide Republican primaries so the Democrat candidates would have the weakest Republican candidates to run against in the general election.

    So I think Sundance’s on to something here, a cautious approach and better RNC vetting needs to be done. Was really glad to see this post here. Thank you!

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  5. TwoLaine says:

    Laura called her out on the tweet tonight. The woman’s tone changed drastically.

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  6. PolskaBella says:

    Watched her interview on Sean’s show. My red flag was when she said more money was needed for education. In the comment sections of blogs the following day, she was given much support. My gut said “nope, there’s something not quite right about her.”
    Glad to see my intuition was validated… 😉

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    • I don’t recall show I was listening to, but she said she was in favor of “comprehensive immigration reform.” That means massive amnesty immediately with a promise of border enforcement, which is not serious.

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  7. scrap1ron says:

    Yesterday I received an email from candidate Murray’s campaign for a donation. I’ve seen this movie before and so have you all. They’re out to farm the suckers for some fast $$$ just like all the clown car participants running against President Trump.

    True America First Republicans in the corrupt New York political class are as rare as unicorns. They’re much too close to the globalist ground zero of Wall Street.

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  8. HA says:

    I don’t get how her candidacy helps protect AOC.

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  9. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Saikat Chakrabarti is probably her handler, too, and will funnel Murray’s contributions (with her knowledge) to Cortez. And the FEC will investigate that one also.😆

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  10. Brenrod says:

    Reminds me of Jason Kessler who was a George Soros occupy Wall Street activist and immediately after the election switched to being a “right winger“ and the leader of “unite the right“, and proceeded to create an event in Charlottesville by inviting real conservatives along with neo-Nazis as moles to incite violence so that George Soros could bring in the rest of his brownshirts, Antifa and BLM.

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  11. willthesuevi says:

    I really don’t have a dog in this hunt except to see AOC gone. I went and looked through here twitter timeline and what I saw looked like she has aligned with Republicans at least back to 2013. Unless I am missing something I only see someone who has run for various offices as a Republican for the past few years. She looks to be from the Bush/Romney wing of the party but she still supported Republicans.
    Most of the negative comments on here twitter feed are from self identified progressives and or supposed independents. I mostly trust Sundance, but something is weird with this whole thing.

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  12. Tom says:

    Anybody who doesn’t think that this article is correct in its hypothesis forgets Alinsky principles. It is not beyond the pale to think that his disciples infiltrate the Republican Party to double their chances of their end goal, power.

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  13. Randy Clark says:

    If AOC has taught us anything it to do some research on any person running for political office there are plenty to replace her.

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  14. I will you, got that!

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  15. Commenter says:

    If you look back at some of her Murray’s tweets from the same time period as her Ocasio-Cortez tweet, you will notice she does say a number of conservative things. I don’t think this conspiracy theory holds much water.

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  16. I am concerned about all of this because Hannity and Laura Ingraham are ignoring him – Even Dan Bonginol (who I campaigned for Maryland when he ran for office). For some reason, people do not believe that John is good enough to represent the people of the district? Because It was OK for him to risk his life for the community, to be permanently injured for the community, and to teach their children. But now, when he has stepped up for the community, he is not appropriate because of the color of his skin? I am shocked that now he cannot serve the people.

    A woman in the race seems to hold more credibility than a man that sacrificed himself for the community and went back to help build it. Ask anyone of John’s classmates if he ever looked at the color of someone’s skin to define who they were. Ask his students if he looks at the color of their skin when they ask him for help to pass a test or to graduate. .

    John has grown up in that neighborhood. His dad was a police officer in the neighborhood, many years ago as well. He grew up in Parkchester, which does not resemble Trump Tower. ITis the inner city.

    As the voice of the women’s basketball team for 20 years, He has been instrumental in getting Connecticut University to provide scholarships to inner-city kids John introduced Connecticut University to St Raymond’s, and the relationship has been a positive one. Scholarships to major a university are hard to come by. St Raymonds students have received Free scholarships based upon merit. BECAUSE of John. Many of the kids he has mentored and taught over the years have gone on to become what Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says is impossible – success. All without the government’s help. The program is successful because people like John have instilled the values necessary to survive. Not only are scholarships given, but the St Raymond’s students succeed at a large rate – larger than most

    John was the first person I met in High School 45 years ago, he was a friendly young man, who even back then people looked to as a leader. When someone was bullied, it was John who stood up for the person. (How do I know this – I was one of the people bullied)..No one messed with John because he was a young man of integrity. He had qualities that were hard to come by then and now. As a man – he has more integrity than most people I know.

    John doesn’t look for accolades, and he got in the race at the urging of his students. Who told him his excuse for running was now “lame”. Whenever someone needed John he was always there. Ask some of his students the levels he would go for them to succeed. Ask the parents of his students who he has also helped through trials. It isn’t easy growing up in the 14th district., and John was far from a privileged

    I want to see John elected – not just to defeat AOC, but to bring sanity to Congress. We need John. I am proud to endorse him as a friend.

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  17. Cyndi says:

    I have heard #Walkaway campaign founder Brandon Straka is considering challenging AOC.

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